Another MAC2 addition to my TBR has been tackled! How did My Life as a White Trash Zombie stand up? Will I be craving brains now? Check out my review today!
Medical and personal mysteries abound in this debut novel by Cuyler Overholt. Read my review of A Deadly Affection, a novel set turn of the century NYC.
The Apothecary’s Daughter fits firmly into the Recency period and doesn’t stray from the predicable route. Although I certainly had hopes after our heroine, Lilly, returned home after just over a year in London and took over her father’s shop.
I was lucky enough to get my hands on a copy of Zenn Scarlett from our local library. I’ve heard of this series and its author since I started attending ICON a couple years ago. It didn’t take me long to become absorbed in Zenn’s world and her love of animals. Living on a colonized Mars in a cloister, Zenn is fighting for her independence, her love of animals and her desire to become an exovet, a veterinarian who specializes in alien creatures. All of this as she is starting to notice boys (no love triangle here, folks!), struggling with the whereabouts of her absent father and a colony that it struggling to survive. Zenn and her positive attitude come shining through bringing the story together with her adventures and investigations. Zenn is surrounded by some very curious creatures—some of them she cares for and others she works with, namely Hamish. I adored Hamish. He provided a bit of comic relief as he struggled to escape the hive mentality he was a part of and find a way to fit into human culture and norms with in the cloister. Zenn and her uncle handled Hamish’s hive habits well and provided […]