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.
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.
by: Suzanne Young
Sloane lives in a world where no one cries. Not because they don’t want to cry when they see a friend and classmate being dragged out of school, but because no one dares to cry. Crying is a sign that you have depression, and that means you need to be taken too.
Gone with the Wind, I’ve come back for you. This time the question we are trying to answer the question: is Gone with the Wind sexist? Are we supposed to love or hate Scarlett O’Hara? and WTF is with her and Rhett’s relationship?