It had a fairy tale feel to it, something atmospheric in a sense, that made reading it not feel like a child’s tale, but more a cozy story you’d sit next to a fire while listening to it being told to you.
Beautifully rendered and utterly magical, Wolf Winter is a gritty, dark, and atmospheric read set in 1717, in the Swedish Lapland.
Baba Yaga had that distinct, gritty feel to her words, as you would expect, but with that wise grandmother feel I'd want her to embody. It was a perfect read, and a timely one, on being your own woman, Baba Yaga style.
'tis the season for rom com holiday books.
On Netflix right now is a meet-cute show called Dash & Lily, based on Dash & Lily's Book of Dares by David Levithan and Rachel Cohn. It got me thinking about those few meet-cute books I've read, and all the seemingly good ones out there.
The sequel to “I Saw Ramallah”I Was Born There, I Was Born Here. ولدت هناك.. ولدت هنا
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Books set in the Icelandic landscape
A fairytale-esque fantasy, Beneath the Haunting Sea explores betrayal, bloodlines, and identity.
Pine is unsettling.