Wires and Nerve Vol. 2 Gone Rogue by Marissa Meyer

Iko and the gang are back in the conclusion to The Lunar Chronicles spin off, Wires and Nerve. With the Peace Festival fast approaching, and the threat to Cinder and her friends from Alpha Lysander, Iko and Kinney are determined to protect stop him. However, Kinney still struggles with seeing Iko as having humanity and…

Wires and Nerve Vol. 1

Marissa Meyer's Lunar Chronicles continues with it's first graphic novel, Wires and Nerve featuring Iko! Iko is front and center in this adventure set between the end of Winter and the epilogue that appears in Stars Above. Lunar wolf soldiers are on the lose on Earth and it's up to Iko to track them down.…

Fandom Quote Friday: Stars Above

Most of these quotes are from The Princess and the Guard, but the is also one from The Little Android, and from Something Old, Something New. A single word, her own name, that brought more dread with it than a thousands threats. ~ Winter She knew what was wrong with her. She knew hot to…

Stars Above by Marissa Meyer

Stars Above is a short story collection set in the Lunar Chronicles Universe and detailing back stories for most of the characters and an epilogue featuring the wedding of two of the characters. The Keeper tells the story of how Cinder came to be in Michelle Benoit's care and parts of Scarlet's childhood with her…

Fandom Quote Friday: Winter

Here are some of my favorite scenes from the final full volume of The Lunar Chronicles. These have some of my favorite lines in them, some witty, some sarcastic, and some some full of emotion. I just finished Stars Above, an anthology of short stories. So keep your eyes out for a review and favorite…

Winter by Marissa Meyer

After waiting six weeks, I finally got my hands on Winter! The cataloging department took their sweet old time getting out to patrons. I'm just glad I was number 4 on the list so I got one as soon as it was done being processed. So with no further gilding the Lilly, and no more…

Fairest by Marissa Meyer

So I finished Fairest on my recent trip to Illinois to see relatives (My aunt was turning 80 and we all decided it was too big a milestone not to do something big. And, yes, you read that right, I said aunt.) and it was awesome! Fairest is a short novel prequel of sorts to…