For the final installment of my 2018 Resolution Project over at Speculative Chic, I reviewed An Acceptable Time by Madeleine L’Engle. Unfortunately, this series did not end with a bang for me. You can read the full review here, and check out an excerpt below: This series, which gave us everything from aliens to angels toContinue reading “Review: An Acceptable Time (Time Quintet #5) by Madeleine L’Engle”
As I’m completing a resolution to review the rest of the books in this series this year, I was happy to return to the book that I read multiple times while growing up despite missing all the rest. You can find my full review of Many Waters at Speculative Chic. An excerpt: I may not haveContinue reading “Review: Many Waters (Time Quintet #4) by Madeleine L’Engle”
Continuing this year’s journey to rectify a series I definitely should have read while I was growing up, I recently reviewed A Swiftly Tilting Planet for Speculative Chic. You can find my full review here. An excerpt: L’Engle has taken her previous ventures regarding science and brought them to an entirely new level here. Something aboutContinue reading “Review: A Swiftly Tilting Planet (Time Quintet #3) by Madeleine L’Engle”
My 2018 Resolution Project for Speculative Chic was to read and review both the novel and film versions of A Wrinkle in Time. But I’m a completionist, so it should come as no surprise that I’d have to continue on this magical journey I somehow missed when I was a teenager.
I read this novel for my 2018 Resolution Project over at Speculative Chic, the other blog I contribute to. This year, I resolved to fill a gap in my knowledge of the science-fiction classics and read the book before the film comes out in March. I succeeded! You can find my full review at SpeculativeContinue reading “Review: A Wrinkle in Time (Time Quintet #1) by Madeleine L’Engle”
Disclaimer: I received a free electronic version of this novel from the author in exchange for an honest review. This is one of those speculative fiction books whose actually genre is hard to pin down. Though the medical issues lend a realistic air to the story, the adventure Adam embarks on feels more like science-fantasyContinue reading “Review: Intraterrestrial by Nicholas Conley”