April 2020 — A Wrap-Up

LIFEL1K3 by Jay Kristoff You’ll find the review here. The Program by Suzanne Young I require more than a bone-chilling atmosphere where teenagers have some sort of sword hanging over their heads or another from my reads these days. This 400-pager failed to deliver that. Teenagers are committing suicide after becoming depressed, making the issue a global…

April 2020 — Netgalley Reads

Death in Delft by Graham Brack This is going to be a long one. Find my ravings here. Sharks in the Time of Saviors by Kawai Strong Washburn What I Didn’t LikeWhen you read the blurb for this book, you go in expecting powers. I did and there wasn’t much super about the three protagonists. So, there’s…

Forays into the Enderverse

First Meetings in Ender’s Universe by Orson Scott Card This anthology seemed like the light at the end of the proverbial tunnel that this series has become. That’s because, in it, we find some of the humor that made the previous books sparkle. It also shows us how long the military had been planning to reap…

March 2020 — Netgalley Reads

Something is Killing the Children Vol. 1 by James Tynion IV What I Liked: The art is lovely. I loooove all the scenes when Erica Slaughter pulls her mask on and proceeds with some ass-kicking. The way the grief and how it makes different people react differently is depicted was also done well. Survivor’s guilt and…