Tag Archives: fantasy
By Awnali Mills When Izzy’s sister, Hen, follows some eerie music into the woods, Izzy follows her. Soon she finds herself in the land of Fairies, but Hen is nowhere around.
By Awnali Mills This weekend I read two books, The Underneath by Kathi Appelt which was published in 2008 and won all kinds of awards, so I won’t review it here, and Miss Ellicott’s School for the Magically Minded by … Continue reading
By Awnali Mills My quest for audiobooks took me to the Young Adult section, and I picked up The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey, and read by Julia Whelan. I wasn’t sure how I was going to enjoy it, … Continue reading
By Awnali Mills Nosewise is Merlin’s dog, and he despises doors. Doors stop him from going out when he needs to pee, and keep him out of his master’s workroom when Merlin and his apprentice Morgana are working. Nosewise just … Continue reading
By Awnali Mills The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill has been getting a lot of attention lately. It was one that I had debated about reading, and passed up the first chance I had (it’s unfair for … Continue reading
By Awnali Mills As you can tell if you look through my book reviews, I’m a fantasy reader. I’ve loved this genre since my parents read Sleeping Beauty (Little Golden Book, Disney version) to me as a child. It was … Continue reading