We’re planning to see Avengers: Infinity War on Saturday, so by the time you read this I will know ALL THE THINGS. But as I write this on Friday, that’s still in the future, so infinite possibilities abound. But I can’t wait to see Thor on a road trip with Rocket and Groot. That’s going to be awesome!
If you’ve seen my past few Sunday Posts, you might recognize that The Queens of Innis Lear keeps showing up on Sunday as “Coming Next Week”, but doesn’t quite make it to the finish line when the day comes. I usually only list a particular title three times before I figure out that it isn’t meant to be, for whatever reason. But this time I’m positive the review will appear, because I’ve already finished the book – and it is marvelous. For those not familiar with the genesis of the book, The Queens of Innis Lear is a fantasy telling of one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays, King Lear. But the full title of that play is The Tragedy of King Lear, so don’t go in expecting a happy ending. But do expect a fantastic as well as a fantastical story.
A+ Review: Why Kill the Innocent by C.S. Harris
B+ Review: Total Bravery by Piper J Drake + Giveaway
B Review: Someone to Care by Mary Balogh
A- Review: A Scandalous Deal by Joanna Shupe + Giveaway
A Review: Twenty-One Days by Anne Perry
Stacking the Shelves (285)
Coming Next Week:
The Queens of Innis Lear by Tessa Gratton (review)
May I Suggest Giveaway Hop
The Poppy War by R.F. Kuang (review)
Lowcountry Book Club by Susan M. Boyer (review)
Path of Love: Cinque Terre, Italy by M.L. Buchman (review)