I was really excited to read the second book in the Sixth World series and I'm honestly pretty sad there isn't another book out for me to read. I guess I'll have to wait to read it when it finally comes out. There are spoilers for this book, so read at your own discretion. You … Continue reading Storm of Locusts Review: monster-slaying excitement and great character growth
When I started this book and anticipated its release, I had no idea that this would be a "so long...for now" book and I am sad. This is probably my favorite fantasy world and I am not ready to say goodbye, especially because I am still holding out for more Kaz Brekker at some point. … Continue reading Rule of Wolves Review: this better not be the end of the Grishaverse
It's been awhile since I read this book. I got carried away reading the books really fast and then moving on to other books. You know how it is right? Well, without further ado, I will finally write my review of this book. There are spoilers in this review so read at your own discretion! … Continue reading The Raven King Review: What. An. Ending.
I'm not a doomsday person and I don't really watch doomsday prepper stuff, but I do think about the zombie apocalypse or the general apocalypse every few days, so a doomsday prepper love story seemed like my kind of book. I was really intrigued with the concept and how it played out in the community, … Continue reading Prepped Quick Review: doomsday prepping and a coming of age
This month flew by and I feel as if I spent a lot of it trying to figure out what I wanted to read. It ended up being a reread month in preparation and celebration of "Shadow and Bones" releasing and my Rule of Wolves hold coming in. Prepped By Bethany Mangle This book had … Continue reading April Monthly Wrap Up: A Month of Bardugo
These books just keep getting more and more interesting as the magical system shows that there are very few rules. Every time I think I know all the rules and all the players, BAM new people and new rules. I'm all for it though. There are spoilers in this post, so please read at your … Continue reading Blue Lily, Lily Blue Review: even farther down the Glendower rabbit hole and I’m here for it
I am a huge fan of Romeo and Juliet. I am completely aware of all of its issues, but I still find it dramatic in a great way and it has some iconic lines. "Do you bite your thumb at me, sir?" Such a classic. Having said that, I am an even bigger fan of … Continue reading These Violent Delights Review: a stylized, dark, and reimagined story that holds true to many aspects of the original story
This book lived up perfectly to the previous one, which is always very impressive to me. I was so ready to dive back into this friend group and their adventure. As I said in my post about the first book, I love friendships. This book continues to develop the friendships and the individuals. This post … Continue reading The Dream Thieves Review: Was Ronan the original bad boy?
Half way through my goal! I might increase it, but I go through reading phases, so I think I'll wait to see if I reach it early. I rated almost all of these books with four stars which I find delightful since March is all about St. Patrick's day for me. That means four leaf … Continue reading March Wrap Up: Half Way Through My Reading Goal
I'll admit it. I am head over heels in love with book friendships. They give me butterflies, make me blush, and cause me to smile to myself while reading. I mean romantic love is great, but the love of friends, it gives me goosebumps. I read this book a few years ago and I can't … Continue reading The Raven Boys Review: I’m in love with friendship