Monthly Archives: January 2018

Book Review: Witness the Night by Kishwar Desai

I recently read Witness the Night (Mystery 210 pages) by Kishwar Desai, which was a book I picked up during my travels. “Durga. A fourteen-year-old girl, found all alone in a sprawling house in Punjab. Silent, terrified, and the sole suspect … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Silver Mask by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare

I actually finished the fourth book in the Magisterium series, The Silver Mask (Young Adult 232 pages) by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare earlier this month but I was mildly distracted by other things that needed to get done. I lack the … Continue reading

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2018 Asexual Reading Goals

I recently found an article by Tor about “Five Books With Asexual Protagonists” and I decided to make it one of my goals for 2018 to read at least one Ace book per month. I searched the internet and found … Continue reading

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2017 in Review and 2018 Ideas

While I am normally very good about posting my year in review and my goals for the upcoming year fairly close to the actual beginning of the new year, after the last six months I’ve had, I decided to spend … Continue reading

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Book Review: the Bronze Key by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare

I actually started and finished the third book in the Magisterium series, The Bronze Key (Young Adult 249 pages) by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare last week on Wednesday but things in my life have been a bit busy lately so I’m … Continue reading

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Book Review: the Copper Gauntlet by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare

My first book for 2018 was The Copper Gauntlet (Young Adult 264 pages), which is the second book in the Magisterium series by Holly Black and Cassandra Clare. “The enemy is close. Very close. Callum Hunt’s summer break isn’t like other kids’. … Continue reading

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