3 on a theme: you’re my reincarnated love (and my name is probably Daniel)

Usually my 3 on a theme posts involve books read close together or even concurrently.  In this case, however, it was more a feeling, much like the heroines of these stories, that I had read this before. In Fallen by Lauren Kate, the main character Luce finds herself drawn to Daniel, a broody type who … Continue reading 3 on a theme: you’re my reincarnated love (and my name is probably Daniel)

3 on a theme: living houses

I am often reading between 3 and 5 books at the same time, and occasionally there’s a theme that might not be remarkable in one book… but when I see it in three books, I take notice. It's a common trope, the haunted house.  But not so common when the house becomes its own character... … Continue reading 3 on a theme: living houses

3 on a theme: books within books

I am often reading between 3 and 5 books at the same time, and occasionally there’s a theme that might not be remarkable in one book… but when I see it in three books, I take notice. Well, I started this blog post with three recent titles, then I kept finding more.  I'll try to … Continue reading 3 on a theme: books within books

3 on a theme: brotherly (and sisterly) love

I am often reading between 3 and 5 books at the same time, and occasionally there’s a theme that might not be remarkable in one book… but when I see it in three books, I take notice. I've become accustomed to YA books that heavily rely on romance.  So YA books that do not have … Continue reading 3 on a theme: brotherly (and sisterly) love

3 books on a theme: brothers who died in the war

I am often reading between 3 and 5 books at the same time, and occasionally there's a theme that might not be remarkable in one book... but when I see it in three books, I take notice. In the Shadow of Blackbirds by Cat Winters included among its characters a set of brothers, one of whom … Continue reading 3 books on a theme: brothers who died in the war