The Vault: Lacklustre Creature Feature

“All our stories and legends and religions have roots in some form of reality. As scientists, we are trained to believe that it was man’s primitive way of explaining nature…We have seen something that is behind all stories…We may argue over whose god is the real God but no one will argue when they meet…

4 Middle-Grade Adventure Books with Female Protagonists!

Good morning book ghouls! Today, I want to talk about really awesome adventure books. Books filled with ancient artefacts, spooky supernaturals, mysteries and mayhem—all starring dashing and daring leading ladies! The middle-grade serials written by Rick Riordan comes to mind when I consider elementary-level novels for the kiddos—Percy Jackson and the Olympians, The Chronicles of…

Bout-of-Books 16 Progress!

Good afternoon, friends! The time here in California is 1:27pm, which means that it’s officially a little past the halfway point for the readathon that I’m currently partaking in, Bout-of-Books 16. My next book fell into my lap, quite literally as my cat walked on my desk and shoved the sucker onto my legs, and…

Review: Akatsuki no Yona (Manga)

I am going to start this review by blatantly stating that Akatsuki no Yona is one of the best manga serials that I have read in a long time, quite possibly ever. Fear not, the spiel as to why my love for this story is so profound will follow with bits of fangirling theatrics, but…