It’s hard to put this book down. It’s also hard to give a review of this book without giving too much away. It’s about two siblings dealing with the loss of their mother. It got confusing at times and it’s one of those books you try to figure out the whole time you’re reading it. Even though I was a little confused, I kept reading and it was worth it. I absolutely loved this book. Again, I can’t say much without ruining anything but you should read it.
This retelling of the Princess and the Frog turned out to be really charming! It sort of reminded me of The Princess Bride, from what I’ve seen of it, with the sword fighting and the romance. It seemed a little bit slow in some parts but it was nice to have that instead of the normal insta-love in young adult books. I don’t know if it matters that I haven’t read any of the other books since this one is labeled as #5 but it made perfect sense to me. There may have been characters from previous books that I would have recognized if I read them in order but it still made sense just reading this one. I definitely recommend this book. I loved it! 🙂
Rating: 5 bookmarks
I think every time I get a cookbook, I love it more than the last one! I loved the way this book was written and how it looks like a notebook. I just wish I had more time to make the delicious recipes! My 2nd semester of school ends December 16th and I’m planning on bringing all of my cookbooks in the kitchen and making whatever I want to. I can’t wait to try the Fronion Rings (onion rings covered in french fries.) Thank you Blogging for Books for another amazing book.
Homemade Decadence by Joy Wilson
Rating: 5 bookmarks
Just looking at this book can give you a craving for something sweet! It has everything from syrup, to pancakes, to pies and it makes me want to get in the kitchen and make it all! Everything looked absolutely delicious and I think this has been one of my favorite cookbooks so far! 🙂 Definitely going on my favorites shelf!