Mistborn: The Hero of Ages—Book Review

As always, this review is spoiler-free. The Hero of Ages is the third and final book in Brandon Sanderson's Mistborn trilogy. I devoured the book over the course of a week. Here are my thoughts: Great Build Up—With all the suspense and tension of the first two books, it would be easy for book three... Continue Reading →

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Time Jumpers—Book Review

As always, this book review is spoiler-free. Time Jumpers is the fifth and final book in Brandon Mull's Five Kingdoms series. The book follows the adventures of Cole, a kid from Arizona, on his quest to save the five kingdoms, their princesses, and stop evil forces from destroying the world. Here are some of my thoughts about... Continue Reading →

The Father Christmas Letters—Book Review

As always, this review is spoiler-free! The Father Christmas Letters is a compilation of letters by author J.R.R. Tolkien to his children written under the guise of Father Christmas (Santa Clause). The letters span the years 1925–38 and contain original artwork by Tolkien. Here are some of my impressions of The Father Christmas Letters: Glimpses of The Lord... Continue Reading →

The Halloween Tree—Book Review

As always, book reviews are spoiler-free, designed to highlight the the best qualities of a book and examine its weaknesses. The Halloween Tree is a children's book by Ray Bradbury, author of Fahrenheit 451. The story follows eight boys on a cinematic adventure through time and place on Halloween night. Here's what you should know: Read Aloud—The Halloween Tree begs... Continue Reading →

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time — Book Review

Note: This review, as always, is spoiler-free. I devoured Mark Haddon's novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time in less than one day and thoroughly enjoyed it. However, it is NOT a children's book. The story follows a fifteen-year-old British boy named Christopher who sees the world in a strictly logical way as he... Continue Reading →

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