I’m a librarian with a book blog (I know, how original right?) I’m a nerd who just wants to blog about books, comics, and other stuff.
I must confess, I am guilty of many snotty literature crimes: I like YA novels, I like comics, not graphic novels mind you, I actually have a pull-list at a comic book store (#movetheneddle), but my biggest crime: I think Steven King is overrated.
I’m weird, I know it. I’m somewhere between geek and book nerd, I keep my comics in Dewey Decimal order.
I’m the odd librarian out.
“The trick is not to mind.
Not to mind about it hurting.
Not to mind about anything.”
Author: Sally Green
Nathan is like other sixteen-year-old boys. He lives in a cage. He’s half black witch. He needs to undergo a magical ritual on his seventeenth birthday or he will die. Normal teenage problems really.
By: Becky Cloonan, Brenden Fletcher, and Karl Kerschl
“It’s just the bat-signal. Same old thing as every other night.”
Welcome to Gotham Academy, the most prestigious boarding school in Gotham city . . . Oh that across the street? Uh, well, that’s Arkham Asylum. It’s fine really!
“Be careful,” he said dryly, “Don’t die.”
Remember when you were a kid with those activity/coloring books with the maze pages you could solve in like 10 seconds? That’s what reading The Maze Runner felt like.
This is the novel equivalent of a popcorn chick flick. You know how this Cinderella story ends, but you’re watching it anyway and singing along with the soundtrack.
“Bloodthirsty little beasts. Never trust a duck.”
In 1878 Tessa Gray is searching London for her brother. What she finds is the world of vampires, demons, warlocks, and shadowhunters.