I have never enjoyed school as much as I have loved the last two years of grad school. It was amazing to spend time with classmates and professors who are all passionate about the things that I'm passionate about. I have no idea why it took me so long to discover this career path, but I feel like I've finally found my niche. I've also discovered a few things about myself: when it comes to librarianship, I am truly excited about programming.
|Teens making TARDIS keys, eating fish custard, and discoving their Time Lord names|
|Doctor Who Cubees|
|Captain Jack Harkness Intergalactic NERF Training|
|Teens create their own Journal of Impossible Things|
Another issue I had with the story was the quick resolution of conflicts (particularly the last one - nothing really seemed resolved there) and the vast number of conflicts. I'd list them, but I don't want include spoilers here - just know that there are many and they are diverse.
All in all, Savannah Blues is a decent summer/beach read, but don't choose this book if you really want to dig in to something. (*****)
Thanks for sticking with me! Hopefully I won't neglect you anymore :) Oh, and support your libraries!!!