Wherein Michaela and I try to review this translated Epic Poem while having very little experience in the genre. Do we still talk for 20 minutes about what makes this book feminist or not, you know we do.
Wherein we complete 1 of our joint review challenges, start another, and discuss a new diverse middle grade fantasy book with Korean folklore!
Wherein Michaela and Gretchen answer the prompts put forth by the Heathers Book Tag.
Wherein me and Michaela let you in on their history with fantasy as well as give you some recommendations of favorite fantasy reads for all ages.
Wherein Michaela and Gretchen review a book they both read on a whim this week.
Wherein Gretchen and Michaela talk about the mini challenges they are plaining to use to help guide their buddy reads this year! We have been known in the past to use similar challenges to help us pick book club books and we also use them to help make sure that we are stepping out of our comfort zones and reading books that represent more than just our own experiences.
Wherein Gretchen and Michaela discuss the books they are guilty of ignoring all of 2020 and want to read at some point in 2021.
Wherein Michaela and Gretchen discuss some of the changes in the book industry at large and how they may effect the rest of us here in the book community.
List of links we reference: Jess’s Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNvn… Non-Amazon Bookish Alternatives mentioned: https://beta.thestorygraph.com https://libro.fm https://bookshop.org
Wherein Michaela and Gretchen review the first book in the new Crescent City Series by Sarah J Maas. Spoiler alert: She’s written better.