Monthly Archives: December 2017

I read the Grisha Verse series by Leigh Bardugo in 2015 and adored it. I picked it up because it was Russian inspired – and this Russian vibe was definitely present. I’ll admit there were a lot of inconsistencies that someone familiar with or part of the Russian community will find grating (naming conventions are sometimes......
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I learned years ago that planning what I’m going to read never works (reading challenges are sadly not for me). Instead, what works is having a lot of books on my to-read list and choosing whatever I feel like reading. This month exemplified that perfectly. I read Uprooted because I was still in the mood for......
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