“Itachi’s Story” by Takashi Yano and Masashi Kishimoto

Man do I love Itachi. He's like the most perfect specimen, besides Sasuke that is. This book is so so wonderful. And this is the first book that I red a bit late, I finished it at about four in the morning on Sunday night. But, I only had to read fifteen pages at that … Continue reading “Itachi’s Story” by Takashi Yano and Masashi Kishimoto

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“The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley” by Hannah Tinti

Let's start at the beginning. I read this book because a contact I have with Penguin Random House was giving out Advanced Reader Copies to a few select librarians. Although I am not a librarian, I work at a library so he wanted to give me "first crack at it." And honestly, I would do … Continue reading “The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley” by Hannah Tinti