The Paisley Reader

Reading the Alphabet is now the Paisley Reader: YA and NA book reviews and more!

Review: Heritage by S.M. Boyce

Heritage by S.M. Boyce Kara Magari isn’t normal, even by Ourea’s standards–and in a world of shape-shifters and soul stealers, that’s saying something. To the royalty, she’s a loose cannon. … Continue reading

08/27/2014 · 12 Comments

Body & Blood by Amanda Havard

Body & Blood by Amanda Havard This is Book 3 in The Survivors series and, because of that, I have done my best to keep this review spoiler free.. For … Continue reading

08/30/2013 · 2 Comments

Review: Lichgates by S.M. Boyce

Amazon | Goodreads | Barnes & Noble Lichgates by S.M. Boyce Hidden on Earth are Lichgates to the hidden world of Ourea.  Twenty-year-old Kara Magari, unknowingly steps through one while … Continue reading

07/21/2013 · 14 Comments

Review: Jabberwocky by Daniel Coleman

Jabberwocky by Daniel Coleman I chose to read Jabberwocky because when I was picking out the book for H, I saw Hatter by the same author.  Jabberwocky was written first, … Continue reading

07/17/2013 · 4 Comments

Book Blogger Challenge, Day 5

Tearjerkers…the topic of Day 5 in the 15 Day Book Blogging Challenge. Day 5: Recommend a tearjerker. So yesterday was about books that made you so angry or disappointed that … Continue reading

07/13/2013 · 14 Comments

G: Graceling

Graceling by Kristin Cashore Graceling is one of those books that I knew I would read when I started to read the alphabet.  As people learned that I liked to … Continue reading

07/11/2013 · 2 Comments

F: Forever Neverland

Forever Neverland by Heather Killough-Walden Forever Neverland had been on my Kindle since April of 2011.  I have no idea how it lasted this long without being read.  Peter Pan … Continue reading

07/09/2013 · 1 Comment

Review: Coexist by Julia Crane

Coexist by Julia Crane Coexist had been on my Kindle for over a year, and it was high time I read it.  I wasn’t disappointed.  This was the first book … Continue reading

07/02/2013 · 4 Comments

The Start

So how did Reading the Alphabet start? A movie, more specifically, The Hunger Games. When I learned that The Hunger Games movie was available for free viewing thanks to my … Continue reading

06/26/2013 · Leave a comment