Author: R.C. Lewis

Book Review: Spinning Starlight

Posted September 10, 2015 by Lyn Kaye in book review, Lyn / 12 Comments
Book Review: Spinning Starlight

Stitching Snow is one of my favorites reads for 2015. The story was charming, and I instantly became a fan of R.C. Lewis. When the second book was announced, my excitement could hardly be contained. What else could this teacher-writer hybrid give to us? More science-y girls? More cute, on-the-target humor? Another twisted story on a famous fairy tale? I was hooked from the start. And this really hurt my feelings. This wasn’t so much of a bad book. Spinning Starlight was a good idea that never matured enough to support the story line. The Little Mermaid attributes were there, more »

Book Review: Stitching Snow

Posted April 17, 2015 by Lyn Kaye in book review, Lyn / 8 Comments
Book Review: Stitching Snow

When the start of the year rolled around, I made it a point to read the two Snow-titled books from 2014 that hit at the same time: Stitching Snow and Snow Like Ashes. So many were in favor of Ashes, while Stitching seemed to fall behind, rating-wise.  To my surprise, my personal taste went against the trend. Snow Like Ashes ended up as a DNF while Stitching Snow landed 5 stars. When I battled the two books against one another, my preference found that the challenge ended up a slaughter. Characters.  You have Essie, the bold and slightly anti-social main girl, more »