The Captain’s Log – the bone gap (Laura Ruby)

Ahoy there me mateys!  This was a young adult book with magical realism and fantasy mixed in.  I have no idea where I first heard about this but it has been on me list for quite some time.  I finally decided to get this one in audiobook format.  This ended up only being an okay … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the bone gap (Laura Ruby)

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The Captain’s Log – onyx & ivory (Mindee Arnett)

Ahoy there me mateys!  So this book be a young adult fantasy novel that was just an okay read for me.  I be conflicted.  Overall it was enjoyable, but I wish it had been much better. This was one of those instances where there were too many plot-lines. Ye have a) the romance subplot; b) … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – onyx & ivory (Mindee Arnett)

The Captain’s Log – airborn (Kenneth Oppel)

Ahoy there me mateys!  This was an audiobook that I picked up because I was looking for a fluffy young adult book.  I think somewhere I had heard there be dragons.  Well, there be no dragons here.  But there are cool flying animals, airships, silly fish-loving chefs, sea-adventures, pirates, lost islands, smart feisty girls, daring … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – airborn (Kenneth Oppel)

The Captain’s Log – the sleeper and the spindle (Neil Gaiman)

Ahoy there me mateys!  So a while back I listened to the wonderfully fabulous fortunately, the milk, which I adored.  I immediately added all of Mr. Gaiman's audiobooks to me list.  I have a wee bit of an obsession (for details click here) and so when I had a short bit of time I decided … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the sleeper and the spindle (Neil Gaiman)

The Captain’s Log – etiquette & espionage (Gail Carrigar)

Ahoy there me mateys!  This was an audiobook that I picked up because I was looking for a fluffy fun read and the cover, title, and the small part of the blurb that I read sounded appealing.  The story involves a finishing school where girls learn the traditional arts like dance and how to curtsy … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – etiquette & espionage (Gail Carrigar)