Time and time again, the age old issue continues on… Who really has the right to rule? Continue reading The End of a Civilization Over the Birth of Another, Is Revolution Ever the Answer? Thoughts on Crier’s War by Nina Varela
A sea of rainbow colored hair unfolds in front of me. Reds, pinks, greens, and all hues of blue. Smiling faces, eager and bright, speaking in hushed tones, interrupted only by bursts of laughter and shy but welcoming glances. People who have already found their tribes of fellow bibliophiles flocked together, happy for the camaraderie, … Continue reading Tales of an Extravert at Booknet Fest
“Life is an hourglass glued to the table…” Well Anna Nalick, you’ve never met a table like Jack E. King. Continue reading Thoughts on Opposite of Always: How Justin A. Reynolds got African American Contemporary Right
The author tries too hard to make Mackiel seem dashingly rogue-ish… and Kera, to be a renown pick pocket or “dipper,” but it just comes across as flat talk. Continue reading Thoughts on Four Dead Queens: Four Departed Royals, Three Days I’ll Never Get Back
Where did this story go wrong? Continue reading Thoughts on Mike Chen’s Here and Now and Then
Hello Bookends!!! We finally got a website and we’re so happy to share it you. Here, you’ll mostly find book reviews, our book blog, and other bookish content waiting at your finger tips. Starting a blog is important to us because we value the review content that we put out. Videos and reviews can only … Continue reading The Start of Something New!!!