Today’s book review is going to be for Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson.  This review can also be found on Goodreads.

CW: Torture, death

Sometimes there is nothing better than a standalone fantasy novel and this book is no exception. Sorcery of Thorns is dark and filled with dark magic. It also has books, libraries, sorcerers, and demons. The books are known as grimoires and classified by how dangerous they are. I thought this, along with the magic system was very unique. As for the characters, I loved Elisabeth, Nathaniel, and Silas. I thought their dynamic was very interesting. I also loved how Elisabeth and Nathaniel’s relationship developed. This was a great book and I absolutely loved every minute of reading it



To help me get back to blogging regularly, I have decided to participate in BlogTober hosted by Hâf from the Library Looter and Anniek from Anniek’s Library.   Today’s prompt is to post a book review.

Today’s book review is going to be for Bunnicula by James Howe.  You can also find this review on Goodreads.

Bunnicula is such a classic book. What I love about this book is that it is narrated by the Monroe family dog, Harold. The fact that the family dog is telling the story makes it unique and humorous. Strange things happen in this book when the family brings home a bunny from a night at the movies, ironically seeing a vampire movie. Chester the family cat gets suspicious of the bunny, aptly named Bunnicula after a while of observing the bunny’s and its habits. Chester recruits Harold to help him investigate. Chester is convinced that Bunnicula isn’t a normal bunny, but actually a vampire bunny, especially after reading the note that the bunny was left with, it’s all in Romanian. There is quite a bit of bonus content in this book, and it was great to read. I also enjoyed seeing all the different covers throughout the years. I loved reading this book again, it was very nostalgic.