I’ve heard of Julie Kagawa for years, but I never got around to reading her books. Why? No idea. But now that she has a book about a ninja and a fox shape-shifter, all of a sudden I’m in. Come see if Shadow of the Fox held my attention!Continue reading
Long before I was a K-drama junkie, I was (and still am) a lover of books. As of the last few weeks, my viewing schedule has been light on dramas, so I decided this was the perfect time to dig into a good book— one that I’ve been wanting to read for some time! Read on to see what I thought about Marie Lu’s book Warcross.Continue reading
You know what’s awesome? Not one, but TWO fantastic Korean Crush books by our very own DramaRookie. She’s continued the story of Letty from her first book, Flower Boy Tour Guide, and WOW. This Maknae was surprised and delighted. Come join me, Clkytta, and Kmuse as we discuss Reality Show Romance.Continue reading
Since everyone is in Crazy Rich Asian love The Maknae and I decided we would go the extra mile and read the book. Come join us as we share our thoughts on the novel.
Many many years ago I came across a blog and couldn’t stop laughing. It was witty, entertaining, and had a unique writing style that was very engaging. Through a series of comments, the blogger and I (a noobie to the blogging game) became friends. Eventually, real life caused this blogger to no longer be able to blog full time and she decided to join the DWASOK family. During the summer you are privileged to experience this blogger’s entertaining reviews. Yup, I am talking about our very own DramaRookie. So I am equally as excited that she spent the last year working on a Kaddict themed novel Flower Boy Tour Guide. The book I will be reviewing today.
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Y’know what I hate? When a review starts off with a recap of the plot. If I’m interested in the book, I’ve already read the plot synopsis and nothing anyone puts in their review really tops what the publisher/author has already written.
WHEW. So glad I got that off my chest. Here’s what’s on F.C. Yee’s site about The Epic Crush of Genie Lo:
“The struggle to get into a top-tier college consumes sixteen-year-old Genie Lo’s every waking thought. But when her sleepy Bay Area town comes under siege from hell-spawn straight out of Chinese folklore, her priorities are suddenly and forcefully rearranged.
Her only guide to the demonic chaos breaking out around her is Quentin Sun, a beguiling, maddening new transfer student from overseas. Quentin assures Genie she is strong enough to fight these monsters, for she unknowingly harbors an inner power that can level the very gates of Heaven.
Genie will have to dig deep within herself to summon the otherworldly strength that Quentin keeps talking about. But as she does, she finds the secret of her true nature is entwined with his, in a way she could never have imagined…”
You know what’s really hard? Finding niche books that scratch the itch for this avid reader. When I ran across Jennie’s books (well before I found her here on the blog!), I was delighted! Continue reading