Book Review

The Shadowed Sun

The Killing Moon gives us a really beautiful mentor/apprentice relationship in Ehiru and Nijiri. It isn't a relationship that is explored as often as I'd like in main through-lines of fantasy, probably because the Hero's Journey format is more about a mentor who comes and goes as needed, or different characters filling different mentor-like roles… Continue reading The Shadowed Sun

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Book Review

The Killing Moon

There’s a lot of beauty in this book. I haven’t read Jemisin’s Inheritance trilogy yet (I’m borrowing it from my cousin later this summer), but her writing flows. There’s grace in it, in the way she describes the settings and the mannerisms of the characters. I really admire when an author can jump right into… Continue reading The Killing Moon

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Pride and Presumption

Instant Netflix just added the Keira Knightley Pride & Prejudice, which I love. It has a fantastic soundtrack, beautiful shots, and a stubborn and willful leading couple. I love it when main characters share my faults, and stubbornness is certainly one of them. With such a simple title, you’re really encouraged to think about what… Continue reading Pride and Presumption