February 9, 2019: ‘The Oyster Thief’ by Sonia Faruqi/A Review

‘The Oyster Thief’ is Sonia Faruqi’s debut novel concerning the value of marine life, and what could happen if huge corporations violate precious underwater commodities. It’s a story spoken through two main characters. Coralline, a young mermaid living in the underwater world of Meristem, who is engaged to be married. Izar Eridan is the sonContinue reading “February 9, 2019: ‘The Oyster Thief’ by Sonia Faruqi/A Review”

February 6, 2018: Reading Update

I’m about 70% through with ‘The Oyster Thief’. I enjoy this underwater tale, and the world building within ocean territory is stunning. I am finding the story to be a bit traditional , the dialogue between the main character and her family a bit traditional in the modest sense. I’m eager to see how thisContinue reading “February 6, 2018: Reading Update”

My TBR list for January

Now that 2019 is underway, I want to share my TBR list for the remainder of January. While I know that half of the month is now gone, I would still love to share what I want to take on after I finish ‘Shadow and Bone’. Since it appears that we’re going to be snowedContinue reading “My TBR list for January”

January 8, 2019: Bookish Thoughts

I’m about halfway through ‘City of Ghosts’ by Victoria Schwab. It’s a pretty good story…although it’s a ‘middle grade’ novel, t has enough paranormal activity to keep me interested. I hope to be done reading it by this weekend. I want to pick up ‘The Oyster Thief’ by Sonia Faruqi next. It’s not available atContinue reading “January 8, 2019: Bookish Thoughts”