Book Review: Sea Witch by Sarah Henning

Sea Witch (Sea Witch, #1) by Sarah Henning Published by Katherine Tegen Books on July 31, 2018 Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult, Retellings Format: Audiobook Buy on Book Depository Add to Goodreads Everyone knows what happens in the end. A mermaid, a prince, a true love’s kiss. But before that young siren’s tale, there were three…

Book Review: Never-Contented Things by Sarah Porter

Never-Contented Things by Sarah Porter Published by Macmillan-Tor/Forge on March 19, 2019 Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult Format: ARC Source: Netgalley Buy on Book Depository Add to Goodreads Seductive. Cruel. Bored Be wary of… Prince and his fairy courtiers are staggeringly beautiful, unrelentingly cruel, and exhausted by the tedium of the centuries―until they meet foster-siblings Josh…

Book Review: The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi

Set in a darkly glamorous Paris, the book follows a charismatic but cursed heir of a massive fortune as he plots to steal one of three ancient and powerful artifacts of fate. He and his crew will navigate the elite gatherings of secret occult societies, traveling through Paris’ catacombs where they must confront their worst secrets as well as a destiny they never imagined.

Book Review: The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery

I regret that I haven’t read this book as a child. I believe that a child and an adult would have different interpretations of this book. I believe that for a child, this book will be all about magic and adventure. An adult, on the other hand, would not be able to help himself/herself but interpret and analyze the book as the book is full of allegory and metaphor. This duality of this book might actually be a part of its charm- The Little Prince can appeal to both an adult and child.