Fav YA books 2010-2019

I'm a little late to this, and when I say a "little" I mean a lot. I watched Regan at Peruse Project do this on a video from late 2019. I thought it was an interesting exercise in picking favorite books. Like Regan, I am choosing books based on their publication year, not when I … Continue reading Fav YA books 2010-2019

Throne of Glass Marathon Day 3: Heir of Fire

Friends, I did it! I moved on to the next book in this series after six years! It's a social distancing miracle! *Crowd cheers for Grace as she runs laps around her living room.* Thank you! SPOILERS Five Stars This book made me fall in love with this series. As I said before, Crowd of Midnight is … Continue reading Throne of Glass Marathon Day 3: Heir of Fire

Social Distancing Suggestions #3

Grace Year by Kim Liggett is a crazy book because it’s frighteningly believable and mind blowing. It’s a combination of Lost, Handmaid’s Tale, and The Village. If you’re a fan of any of those you need to pick this book up! I read it for CYBILS YA SPEC FIC 2019 and it blew my mind!

Throne of Glass Marathon Day 2: Crown of Midnight

As I said about having reading Throne of Glass before; I also read this one before I stopped reading the series. It's a rough one, isn't it? It can't just be me who thinks this book is heartbreaking. This contains spoilers, so beware if you have not read this book! Three Stars This is a hard … Continue reading Throne of Glass Marathon Day 2: Crown of Midnight

Throne of Glass Marathon Day 1: Finishing what I started 6 years ago

WELCOME TO THE THRONE OF GLASS MARATHON! I finished this series while we've been social distancing, so I thought I would post my reviews of the series consecutively. So if you haven't read this series, buckle in! If you have, I want to hear your thoughts. But without further ado, let us begin the Throne of … Continue reading Throne of Glass Marathon Day 1: Finishing what I started 6 years ago

Great Goddesses: I love my Greek Girls

As the title so clearly declares, I'm a HUGE fan of Greek mythology. I've been especially interested in the women in Greek myths. They're not as explored as the male characters in the myths and often the mortal women don't have a voice in the stories. This is the second book I've read by Nikita … Continue reading Great Goddesses: I love my Greek Girls