Category Archives: Fable/Fairy Tale/Fantasy
Magical Realism: The Buried Giant
Axl and Beatrice, ill-treated inhabitants of a rustic warren in medieval England, awaken on a fine spring day and realize that they have forgotten to do something important: they must take a few days journey to visit their long lost … Continue reading
Ranger’s Apprentice series–all here now!
We have had some guys asking for fantasy fiction with male protagonists/heroes. You want to read something great beyond The Lord of the Rings. Come checkout The Ranger’s Apprentice. We’ve filled out the series, and finally have them all. I … Continue reading
“We Were Liars”
We Were Liars by E. Lockhart As the first grandchild of Harris Sinclair, Cadence has a lot to gain. The Sinclairs are east-coast old money whose family came to the U. S. on the Mayflower. Harris owns a … Continue reading
“Shadow and Bone”
Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo Alina is an unlikely heroine. A lonely orphan whose only friend is fellow orphan Mal, she is raised without love or concern for her welfare. Both are recruited into the Ravka army as … Continue reading
“The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer”
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin Awaking from a coma, Mara remembers nothing of the accident that landed her in the hospital and killed her best friend, her boyfriend and her boyfriend’s sister. They had all entered … Continue reading
“Daughter of Smoke and Bone”
Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor Karou has been filling her sketch book with strange creatures for so long that her few friends have treated those creatures as a part of her life. The strange wishmonger … Continue reading
More sequels are here!
We realized that some of our series are running very popular now and that we needed more copies of the sequels! Here are some that are just in–so you shouldn’t have to wait anymore. Come on over and check … Continue reading
Truth, lies, and fiction: Mac Barnett in TED Talk
He’s right–fiction is the intersection between truth and lies. Readers, writers and artists have always known this, but Mac Barnett has a great way of making us fall in love with that knowledge. Enjoy!