Monthly Archives: July 2012

Batman Knightfall: Part One: Broken Bat

Title: Batman Knightfall: Part One: Broken Bat Author: Chuck Dixon Publisher: DC Comics Publication Date: Sept 1993 Classification: Graphic Novel       Summary from Goodreads: This riveting book sets Batman on a path that will change his life forever. A mass escape from Arkham Asylum and the emergence of Batman’s most threatening foe, Bane, sends Gotham City spinning into chaos and takes Batman to the limits […]

Darkness Before Dawn

Title: Darkness Before Dawn Authors: J.A. London Publisher: Harper Collins Publication Date: May 2012 Classification: YA Novel Challenge: none       Summary from Goodreads: This electrifying new trilogy blends the best of paranormal and dystopian storytelling in a world where the war is over. And the vampires won. Humans huddle in their walled cities, supplying blood in exchange for safety. But not even that is […]

Waiting on Wednesday (29)

This is a great weekly theme hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine to show off the books that we are looking forward to that haven’t been released yet. Summary: Chronicling the rise of the Keepers, this is the stunning prequel to Andrea Cremer’s internationally bestselling Nightshade trilogy! Sixteen-year-old Ember Morrow is promised to a group called Conatus after one of their healers saves her […]

July 2012 Read It Pass It

I was inspired by Felicia @ Geeky Bloggers Book Blog to start doing the Read It Then Pass It Program. She describes it as: Read It Then Pass It Program is a brilliant idea originally thought up by Steph @ Paper Cut Reviews (who has retired) and Chas @ Lovin’ & Livin’ Life Reviews. What is Read It Then Pass It Program? It is when […]

Tune In Tuesday [18]

Tune In Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Ginger at GReads. It is a way to share with others old or new music you are listening to. You can link up and join on Gingers Blog. Go ahead and start sharing your awesome music! So I am pretty excited to share some new (well new to me) music I have been listening to. Last […]