Theme Song Saturday



Welcome to Theme Song Saturdays, a new weekly meme, hosted by yours truly, in which we share our love of music and books! Since I love books and music, this meme is for fun to try to incorporate those two loves! Whenever I read a book, a certain song -- kind of like a soundtrack or theme song -- plays through my head.

Want to know how to play? Head over to the Theme Song Saturday introduction post to read the rules and get the code.

I just started The Cold Dish a few days ago, so I couldn't think of a suitable song. However, I was reminded of the awesome Jalan Crossland who sings about the Big Horn Mountains! Without further ado:


What's yours?  Leave a link in the comments to your post ^_^


Much love, Sinn

Follow Friday

Follow My Book Blog Friday is hosted by Rachel at Parajunkee's View and Alison at Alison Can Read. The point is to follow as many book blog as you can and make new friends! As part of the adventure, she gives a weekly question.

Here's this week's question:

Q: What is your preferred reading format? Hardcover, eBooks, paperback, etc.?



A:

Actually, it depends. Hardbacks look absolutely amazing on oak bookcases; however, they can be a pain in the ass to carry with you, read in the bathtub, etc. So, with that, I usually go for paperbacks. As for eBooks, I only read them when there is no other option (i.e., the book isn't available in any other format, someone is lending it to me, and a book tour).

Much love, Sinn

Book Review — Days of Blood & Starlight

Title:  Days of Blood & Starlight
Author:  Laini Taylor
Genre:  YA Urban fantasy
Pages:  Hardback, 513
Publisher:  Little, Brown Books (November 6, 2012)
ISBN:  978-0-316-13397-5
Opening Lines:  "Prague, early May.  The sky weighed gray over fairy-tale rooftops, and all the world was watching."

Rating



"Art student and monster's apprentice Karou finally has the answer she has always sought. She knows who she is—and what she is. but with this knowledge comes another truth she would give anything to undo: She Loved the enemy and he betrayed her, and a world suffered for it.

"In this stunning sequel to the highly acclaimed Daughter of Smoke & Bone, Karou must decide how far she'll go to avenge her people. Filled with heartbreak and beauty, secrets and impossible choices, Days of Blood & Starlight finds Karou and Akiva on opposing sides as an age-old war stirs back to life.

"While Karou and her allies build a monstrous army in a land of dust and starlight, Akiva wages a different sport of battle: a battle for redemption. For hope.

"But can any hope be salvaged from the ashes of their broken dreams?"

~Jacket copy




After reading The Daughter of Smoke & Bone, I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book.  Unfortunately, I finished it last summer, and the new book wasn't expected out until November.  Sadly, waiting was the hardest part.  And then, I just kind of forgot it was sitting on my shelves :(


Following the events of the last book, both Akiva and Karou must decide what is truly important to them: continuing with the cause or trying to follow their dreams.  However, both are pulled in different directions by their loyalties.  But all of that will change when Karou learns startling truths, and Akiva finds hope in the Kirin caves.


Wow!  I'm not sure what else can be said about this book without giving everything away.  And, even if I did have the words, it wouldn't come close to doing it justice.  As with the first book, this one is simple prose poetry.  With her words alone, Taylor is able to paint an amazing picture of the chimaera, seraphs, and the world they live in.  Once the book is opened, the reader is sucked into this world, and it is hard to disentangled oneself.  And, in all honesty, why would you want to?

The heartbreaking ending of the previous book left my gasping for breath, and I wasn't sure how Taylor would follow it up.  However, this book takes the gritty, heartbreaking, and reaching-for-the-tissues to a new level.  This book brings you up to highs and then drops you to lows.  Whenever Karou and Akiva came face-to-face, I felt tears prick the back of my eyes, and I desperately wanted to reach out to them.

This book has left me speechless . . .

Since my family is in town and I have been vainly trying to finish making a wedding present, reading this book was been severely put on hold.  However, Taylor's writing style and captivating story had me reaching for the book long after I should have been asleep, wishing I had just one minute to spare, and bargaining with myself to find more time.  It was nothing short of chasing the dragon and trying to find my next hit.  Even though the time was elusive, I was able to forestall the conclusion of the book and make the magic last.  But, like a drug, this book gets into your veins and stays with you long after it's done.







Current Pages: 8482
Current Progress:

30/50 books


Much love, Sinn

Theme Song Saturday



Welcome to Theme Song Saturdays, a new weekly meme, hosted by yours truly, in which we share our love of music and books! Since I love books and music, this meme is for fun to try to incorporate those two loves! Whenever I read a book, a certain song -- kind of like a soundtrack or theme song -- plays through my head.

Want to know how to play? Head over to the Theme Song Saturday introduction post to read the rules and get the code.

Two picks this week:






Cry Little Sister cover by Season After and It's Been Awhile by Staind both encompass so many aspects of this book.  And, if I'm honest, the previous book, as well.  Even though It's Been Awhile is more than likely about a heroine addiction, a lot of the symbolism in the lyrics make me thing of Akiva's love for Karou/Madrigal and the fact that he, in his very essence, feels like a betrayal.  If he could, he would give anything and sacrifice anything for her.  However, because of their past, she cannot see that.  Since Cry Little Sister was a theme/written for Lost Boys, I feel the tension of in the seraphim and chimaera.  Both are telling Akiva and Karou that there is kinship and familial bonds in their group, and, once part of that, you cannot leave.   

What's yours?  Leave a link in the comments to your post ^_^


Much love, Sinn

Book Review — A Perfect Blood

Title:  A Perfect Blood
Author:  Kim Harrison
Genre:  Urban fantasy
Pages:  Paperback, 497
Publisher:  Harper Voyage, February 10, 2012
ISBN:  978-0-06-195790-1
Opening Lines:  "The woman across from me barely sniffed when I slammed the pen down on the counter."

Rating



"Ritually murdered corpses are appearing across Cincinnati, terrifying amalgams of human and other.

"Pulled in by the FIB to help investigate, former with-turned-day-walking demon Rachel Morgan soon realizes a horrifying truth: others want to create their own demons, and to do so they need her blood.

"She's faced vampires, witches, werewolves, demons, and more—but this time Rachel's toughest challenge might be humanity itself."

~ Jacket copy




I love Kim Harrison and the Hollow series.  Honestly, it is one of my most dearly loved urban fantasy series.  Since Laurel K. Hamilton really screwed up the Anita Blake series, I ended up falling into this one when the first book came out.  They have had me hooked since the first page of the first book!


After the horrible fiasco of Pale Demon, Rachel has now become a day-walking demon.  With that, however, she has lost her citizenship/status as a living creature.  She cannot get a driver's license, register her car, vote, etc.  Unfortunately, she does not have all of the perks of being a demon either: no crossing the lines, no accessing the line energy, and she cannot do witch charms.  All of this is because of the silver charmed bracelet Trent made her.  While it protects her from the demons and the collective—they are convinced she is dead—she also loses all of her demon powers.  When a human hate group enters the picture and starts mutilating and killing witches, Rachel is SOL without her demon and witch magic.  However, because the humans are trying to make demons, she feels it is her responsibility to get involved and stop the killings before they go any further.  What she doesn't expect is the depth of the conspiracy behind the hate group, her inevitable feelings concerning demon magic, and the budding attraction to Trent.



From the first page until the last, this was a wonderful book!  Even though it appears as though only a few years time has past since the first book, Rachel has really grown as a character.  She is still rather impulsive and quick to action without thought.  However, I feel as though her actions are more firmly rooted in experience and maturity.  In addition, with her changing feelings toward the demonic side of her and her acceptance of being a demon, I feel that her moral and ethical quandaries will only continue that growth.  She is also starting to see that not everything is black and white.

Since Rachel was not willing to enter into a relationship with Ivy, I felt as though Harrison has been moving her to more of the periphery.  Granted, I didn't want to see the two get together; however, it is sad to see her becoming part of the shadows.  However, aside from taking her all the way into dead vampire, I'm not sure where a storyline following Ivy could go at this point.  Rachel also commented that she felt Jenks and Ivy drifting away without her.  While I can understand and see that they are moving on in their lives, my heart really hurt.  I have come to see the three of them as a pseudo Three Musketeers.  The books would not be the same without their crazy antics.

It is nice to see that Jenks is learning to survive without Matalina.  She was a huge stabilizing force in his life, and it was really touch-and-go there for awhile.  It makes me curious what will happen with Belle.  Honestly, I don't see anything romantic happening, but her caring for him and his children is quite comical.

In the beginning, I always hated Trent.  And, I hate to admit it, he has grown on me over the last few books.  Whether I like it or not, there is a method to his madness.  In addition, even from the get-go, I have always felt a sort of sexual tension between him and Rachel.  Throughout the course of this book, I held my breath and hoped they would figure it out.  And, when I read the bonus chapter, I started bouncing around saying, "I knew it!"  It gives me much hope!

The story was rather disturbing, but well played out.  In some ways, I would have liked to know a little more about Chris and Jennifer.  Also, I couldn't fully understand how they would be able to wipe out all of the Interlanders.  I felt was though Harrison didn't fully explain that.  It was also neat to finally see piece of the demons' true nature. 

And, of course, Al :)  The books would not be complete without him.  The time spent in Trent's garden made me smile and laugh.  He is a great character, and I will always love to see more of him.

All in all, this was a fun book!  Now I want to run out to the store and buy the next in the series.  To hell with the fact that I have been buying them in paperback since the first book.  I need to know what happens and see whether Rachel and Trent finally put their heads out of their asses!  Had family not come into town to visit, this book would have been finished in a matter of days.  It is a page-turner!







Current Pages: 7969
Current Progress:

29/50 books


Much love, Sinn

Theme Song Saturday



Welcome to Theme Song Saturdays, a new weekly meme, hosted by yours truly, in which we share our love of music and books! Since I love books and music, this meme is for fun to try to incorporate those two loves! Whenever I read a book, a certain song -- kind of like a soundtrack or theme song -- plays through my head.

Want to know how to play? Head over to the Theme Song Saturday introduction post to read the rules and get the code.

Here's my song this week, which comes from my grunge teenage years:





Long Way Down by Goo Goo Dolls makes me think of Rachel's struggles as a demon on this side of the lines, whether she wants to be connected to her demonic power, her fear that she is not moving on with her life, and, in a weird way, the change in her relationship with Trent.  I can also feel her need for others reflected in this song.  Even though she is strong, with her demonic powers, the charmed silver means she must rely on people like Wayde.  While she knows that she cannot do everything alone, it is hard for her to admit that she needs her friends. 



What's yours?  Leave a link in the comments to your post ^_^


Much love, Sinn

Book Review — Tomes of the Dead: Viking Dead

Title:  Tomes of the Dead: Viking Dead
Author:  Toby Venables
Genre:   Horror with zombies and Vikings
Pages:  Oversize paperback, 351
Publisher:  Abaddon Books, April 12, 2011
ISBN:  978-1-90751-69-7
Opening Lines:  "Skalla sat, his hand resting on the pommel of his sword, his chin resting on his hands, staring at the pile of bodies."

Rating:


"Northern Europe, 976 AD.  Bjolf and the viking crew of the ship Hrafn flee up an unknown river after a bitter battle, only to find themselves in a bleak land of pestilence.  The dead don't lie down, but become drauger—the undead—returning to feed on the flesh of their kin.  Terrible stories are told of the dark castle in a hidden fjord, and of black ships that come raiding with invincible drauger berserkers.  And no sooner has Bjolf resolved to leave, than the ships appear . . .

"Now stranded, his men cursed by the contagion of walking death, Bjolf has one choice: fight his way through a forest teeming with zombies, invade the castle and find the secret of the horrific condition—or submit to an eternity of shambling, soulless undeath!"

~ Jacket copy




After a friend of mine learned that I loved Norse sagas, she sent me her copy of this book.  Not only is it full of Vikings, but they are battling zombies!  Honestly, why wouldn't I read this book?!


When Bjolf's crew is chased away from a raid by their enemy, Grimmson, the end up on the shores of an island overrun by the walking dead.  Once thought an old folktale, Bjolf's crew must battle the leader of the undead army in order to free themselves and the land from the curse.  Unfortunately, it is far worse than he ever could have imagined.



Loved it!  Honestly, this book reminded me of reading Norse sagas.  I felt the author did a wonderful job crafting the story and keeping the Vikings intact.  For me, it wasn't a simple hack and slash or mindless chomp.  The author was able to blend both genres without problem.

The use of animal and religious symbolism was amazing!  Even though your average person might not know a lot about the Norse culture, the author made it accessible without watering it down.

Honestly, it is hard to talk about this book without giving the whole story away.  Suffice it to say, this was a great book, fast pace, and just enough action to keep you interested.  And the author did a wonderful job of balancing the blood, gore, and action with human connection.

Even though there were some parts that I wish were played out a bit longer, this story was completely filling and fun!  If you love sagas, Norse, and zombies, make sure this book is on your list!







Current Pages: 7472
Current Progress:

28/50 books


Much love, Sinn

Theme Song Saturday



Welcome to Theme Song Saturdays, a new weekly meme, hosted by yours truly, in which we share our love of music and books! Since I love books and music, this meme is for fun to try to incorporate those two loves! Whenever I read a book, a certain song -- kind of like a soundtrack or theme song -- plays through my head.

Want to know how to play? Head over to the Theme Song Saturday introduction post to read the rules and get the code.

Okay, I am completely and utterly behind this week.  I have a book review coming on Sunday, but I have yet to start another book >.<  Admittedly, other geeky avenues and helping out friends has kind of taken over my life this week.  So, since I have not started a book,a song based off of an awesome book!




Much love, Sinn

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