The Captain’s Log – driving the deep (Suzanne Palmer) – It’s Sci-Fi Month!

Ahoy there me mateys!  When I read the book, finder, I didn't know that this was the first book in a series.  It was a five star read and I adored Fergus Ferguson so much that I had to follow his next adventure.  Now I didn't bother with reading the blurb because I wanted to … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – driving the deep (Suzanne Palmer) – It’s Sci-Fi Month!

The Captain’s Log – fly by night (Frances Hardinge)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I was in a mood where I wasn't sure what I wanted to read.  Then I read Matey Nicky's review of this book where she said: I have to admit that, primed by Untitled Goose Game, I was on Saracen’s side in all of this. In any given scene, at any … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – fly by night (Frances Hardinge)

The Captain’s Log – the twisted ones (T. Kingfisher)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I continue the foray into this author's works and am so loving it.  I actually loved this fantasy horror novel even better than the hollow places.  Like that book, this one is inspired by prior works in the genre.  Like that read, I didn't read the original before tackling this one.  … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the twisted ones (T. Kingfisher)

The Captain’s Log – hollowpox: the hunt for morrigan crow (Jessica Townsend) – unpopular opinion time!

Ahoy there me mateys!  If ye haven’t read the first book in this series, nevermoor, then ye might want to skip this post and go read the first book.  Worth the read.  If ye keep reading this log then ye have been forewarned and continue at yer own peril . . . The first book was … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – hollowpox: the hunt for morrigan crow (Jessica Townsend) – unpopular opinion time!

The Captain’s Log – random sh*t flying through the air (Jackson Ford) – It’s Sci-Fi Month!

Ahoy there me mateys!  It be Sci-Fi- Month!!  This be a book two.  While I try to post no spoilers, if ye haven’t read the first book in this series, the girl who could move sh*t with her mind, then ye might want to skip this.  If ye keep reading this log then ye have … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – random sh*t flying through the air (Jackson Ford) – It’s Sci-Fi Month!

The Captain’s Log – prime meridian (Silvia Moreno-Garcia) – It’s Sci-Fi Month!

Ahoy there me mateys!  This be the sixth book I have read by the author and me sixth five star read.  Dang does she float me boat!  I have said before that what I find amazing about all of the author's books is that they feel so different from each other.  The first was a … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – prime meridian (Silvia Moreno-Garcia) – It’s Sci-Fi Month!

The Captain’s Log – a wizard’s guide to defensive baking (T. Kingfisher)

Ahoy there me mateys!  Yesterday I gushed about castle hangnail and then immediately after finishing it, me hold for this book came in.  Glee!  Another book by an author I am adoring.  The author's T. Kingfisher work is said to be for adults but much like minor mage, this would definitely work for the younger … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – a wizard’s guide to defensive baking (T. Kingfisher)

The Captain’s Log – castle hangnail (Ursula Vernon)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I learned about Ursula Vernon through her work under the pseudonym T. Kingfisher.  I was surprised to find that she has a lot of work written for children published under her "real" name.  As she says, In order to never again have that horrific experience where I find myself running in … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – castle hangnail (Ursula Vernon)

The Captain’s Log – the left-handed booksellers of london (Garth Nix)

Ahoy there me mateys!  It be no secret that I adore Garth Nix.  He was the first author featured in me Broadside No. 1 and I have re-read the Old Kingdom series many times over the years.  So I was super happy to finally read his newest standalone book. I have to admit that this … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the left-handed booksellers of london (Garth Nix)