This meme comes from Shanah at Bionic Book Worm!
This weekly meme comes from Shanah at Bionic Book Worm!
I’m finally getting back into the swing of things with Top 5 Tuesday, a weekly meme hosting by Shanah at BionicBookWorm!
The Near Witch is only an old story told to frighten children.
If the wind calls at night, you must not listen. The wind is lonely, and always looking for company.
And there are no strangers in the town of Near.
These are the truths that Lexi has heard all her life.
But when an actual stranger-a boy who seems to fade like smoke-appears outside her home on the moor at night, she knows that at least one of these sayings is no longer true.
The next night, the children of Near start disappearing from their beds, and the mysterious boy falls under suspicion. Still, he insists on helping Lexi search for them. Something tells her she can trust him.
As the hunt for the children intensifies, so does Lexi’s need to know-about the witch that just might be more than a bedtime story, about the wind that seems to speak through the walls at night, and about the history of this nameless boy.
Sometimes you’ll think a book just isn’t for you, and then it takes a hard left and it’s everything you’ve ever wanted. This week’s meme celebrates just that! This meme comes from Bionic Book Worm, who’s been doing some really cool stuff lately, so be sure to check her out!
Back for another Top Five Tuesday from Bionic Book Worm! Continue reading “Top 5 Tuesday: The Prequel Edition!”
I grabbed this from my pal Destiny, so be sure to go check out her answers! (Tbh, I think I’ve only ever done one tag before?) Anyway, it’s like, just barely October, so how can it be the end of the year? Well, it’s what I plan on doing the rest of the year. So, let’s dive in! Continue reading “End of the Year Book Tag”
Kate Harker and August Flynn are the heirs to a divided city—a city where the violence has begun to breed actual monsters. All Kate wants is to be as ruthless as her father, who lets the monsters roam free and makes the humans pay for his protection. All August wants is to be human, as good-hearted as his own father, to play a bigger role in protecting the innocent—but he’s one of the monsters. One who can steal a soul with a simple strain of music. When the chance arises to keep an eye on Kate, who’s just been kicked out of her sixth boarding school and returned home, August jumps at it. But Kate discovers August’s secret, and after a failed assassination attempt the pair must flee for their lives. Continue reading ““Sing You a Song and Steal Your Soul” A Review of This Savage Song”