In this week’s chapters, Phèdre escapes La Dolorosa, narrowly escapes drowning … and ends up in the hands of a notorious pirate. Let’s discuss Kushiel’s Chosen. Spoilers follow for chapters 45 through 55.
As Phèdre heads to La Serenissima in search of her answers, she gets a few surprises along the way – both at home and on the road. But what awaits her at her destination? Let’s discuss Kushiel’s Chosen. This week’s discussion contains spoilers for chapters 18 through 30.
The Wyrd and Wonder Read-along of the Kushiel novels by Jacqueline Carey returns! We are picking up Kushiel’s Chosen for a group read and some juicy Q&A action. This is a reread for me, but it’s been a while so a lot of my memories of this book are spotty at best. This will be interesting.
I do love a good rendition of I Waited Forever For This And It Was Worth It. Let’s talk about The Obsidian Tower.
As we approach the finish line, our heroes face the harsh realities of war, but any victory feels short-lived as things take an unexpected turn on the journey back to Terre D’Ange… Let’s discuss Kushiel’s Dart. Spoilers follow for chapters 62 through 79.
A daring escape, a harrowing journey, and a safe return… But what’s next for our heroes? The newly crowned Queen has some ideas… Let’s discuss Kushiel’s Dart. Spoilers follow for chapters 48 through 61.
The situation gets dire in this week’s chapters, and no one is out of the woods yet… Let’s discuss Kushiel’s Dart. Spoilers follow for chapters 32 through 47.
It’s the second week of this read along, and things are starting to get more interesting – and more dangerous, as tragedy strikes the Delaunay household… Spoilers will follow for chapters 17 through 31.
It’s time to turn on the lights in the library and find a space on a shelf, because today I am talking about a book that has, curiously, taken up quite a bit of space in my mind since I read it. That book is Love Bites by Ry Herman, a queer romantic comedy published by Jo Fletcher Books and provided to me in ARC form for a review (thanks, guys!) as part of their blog tour. What do I …
It’s been a difficult month in a string of continuing difficult months, but there have been a few bright spots in it for me, and I have … tentative plans? Let’s look at what June did.