The cheese thief has done the right thing.
We are pleased. The female is pleased. A hugeeeeeee bag of shredded Colby Jack was also offered.
For those who are uncertain of the significance of this, the male stole the female’s quarter pound block of Colby Jack. She did not get any of it. She has been holding a grudge ever since the theft.
She did not get any of her Colby Jack, humans. Not a scrap. She found the violated packaging of her cheese the next day. Gone. Gone, gone, gone.
The male has been the cheese thief ever since.
He has done the right thing.
We of the Furred Management are relieved the male should survive his blunder. We were concerned.
Today is day five of the book faire! As the female is trying to limit how much she is working, the book faire will resume on Monday, and will continue Mon-Fri until everyone’s books have been shared.
The female is tired, and she needs to finish a book that was supposed to be done approximately three days ago, so as such, there is only one book today.
Royal by Blood by S.A. McClure (Fantasy/Greek Mythology)
Purchase Link: Amazon (Kindle Unlimited)
Age Rating: Teen/YA Fantasy.
Note(s) from the Publisher: No notes on this one, humans!
A lost princess. A tyrant king. A battle for justice.
Robots defend the king. Personal Electronic Assistants (PEAs) are implanted in each person. Technology mimicking magical creatures’ abilities are being created illegally. And, a rumor is spreading that the assassinated fae princess may still be alive.
Orphaned at a young age, Layla Dione has learned to fend for herself in the slums of Mitier’s capital city. As a fae, she’s a second-class citizen who has fought for everything she has. But, when the king sends his soldiers to find the missing princess, her life is thrust into chaos.
The more she discovers about her past, the more questions she has…and unlocking her family’s secrets could cost her the one friend she values most.
Our Thoughts: We do not know how the cover relates to the description, human, mainly because the female’s eyes are old and tired and there is many things going on in the cover. Too many details, too compromised a brain space. So we’re going by the description only on this one.
Orphan, check. Royalty, check. Slums, check. Chaos, oooooh.
This looks like it hits every YA dystopian trope type to have ever troped, so if that’s your thing, this might be your book. And it’s in Kindle Unlimited, so… go forth and trope!
Note: this is a shorter read at 191 pages.
Happy readings, humans, and see you on Monday!