The Supernaturalist

The Supernaturalist The Supernaturalist by Eoin Colfer

Genre: Cyberpunk, sci-fic

Age: MG

POV: 3rd person

Summary: After a near death from an escape attempt from the dreadful 'so-call' orphanage, fourteen-year old Cosmo can see strange blue creatures. Rescue by a group called the Supernaturalist they patrol the city at night. Their mission is to destroy all the blue creature that suck the life out of humans.


Reading the World: The Blue Fairly Book

 Author: Andrew Lang

About the book: A collection of fairy tales from around the world.

Review:  Right from the first story, these stories are told in a fairytale-like fashion. Yes, that is the most stated obvious there is. Hear me out. There is a certain characteristic that makes a story a fairytale.


TTT #43 Animals in books

 Top ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by the Artsy Reader Girl. This weeks topic is Animals in books.

I would not recommend the first four books on the list for young kids. They have mature content that is gear to towards upper middle grade to YA. The rest of the books can get dark at times otherwise there fine. Just because a book has an animal as the main character doesn't mean it for young kids or it can't say anything about the human condition.


Reading Tastes Tag

I find this tag on booktube created by Sophia from Sophia's Thoughts

1. What is your favorite genre?


One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

 Author: Ken Kesey

Genre: Literary fiction

POV: 1st person

Summary: Boisterous, ribald, and ultimately shattering, this is the unforgettable story of a mental ward and its inhabitants, especially the tyrannical Big Nurse and Randle Patrick McMurphy, the brawling, life-loving new inmate who resolves to oppose her. We see the struggle through the eyes of Chief Bromden, the seemingly mute half-Indian patient, who witnesses and understands McMurphy's heroic attempt to do battle with the awesome power of The Combine.


My Pet Projects

This post is a teaser on some work in progress projects and blog post that I am currently working on. Sometime in the distance future there will be post on some particular movies and books.

I can promise you these post but, I can't promise you when. So, consider this a preview as to what will come.


The Demon's Mirror

James S. Wallerstein


Genre: Horror, Fantasy, Weird fiction

POV: 3rd person

Summary: A haunted mirror that lays hidden in a cave in the mountains. This is the story of the unlucky souls that find it. 


So You want to Hunt Ghosts? A Down to Earth Guide

 Author: Deonna Kelli Sayed

Genre: non-fiction, Field guide

Summary: This essential manual provides a detailed breakdown of every step on your ghost hunting journey. Explore the fascinating work of seminal figures in the history of paranormal investigation. Learn how to build a cohesive team and choose your first supernatural case. Discover crucial advice on the latest ghost hunter gadgets, the ethical way to report your evidence, and how to stay safe in your ghostly encounters.


The Library: A Catalogue of Wonders

 Author: Stuart Kells

Genre: non-fiction

Summary: A love letter to libraries and to their makers and protectors, a celebration of books as objects, and an account of how the idea of the library continues to possess our imagination. Libraries are much more than mere collections of volumes. The best are magical, fabled places whose fame has become part of the cultural wealth they are designed to preserve.


The Book of Imaginary Beings

The Book of Imaginary Beings by Jorge Luis Borges                                                                                                                                                                      Genre: Literature, fantasy

Summary: With illustrations The Book of Imaginary Beings brings together strange and wonderful creature from myth and legends to the minds of brilliant writers. From dragons to centaurs, to the Cheshire Cat. 

Review: I read this book a few years ago having no include that Jorge Borges was a great and influential writer.