I’m pretty upset I hadn’t heard about this book until October. It only came out in September, but I do enjoy Kemmerer’s books, so I’m sad I couldn’t get started reading it SOONER! I powered through this book in a good way. It was super interesting, especially since I saw so much of what happened … Continue reading Defy the Night Review: Robin Hood with a twist!
The Graveyard Book Review: who would have thought a graveyard could feel like home?
Reading this book has been quite the feat. Not because it was difficult at all, but because I kept getting distracted from it. I've read it a little, listened to the audiobook a little, and taken way too many breaks. But FINALLY I finished it and it was totally worth it. Bod is a very … Continue reading The Graveyard Book Review: who would have thought a graveyard could feel like home?
The Last Namsara Review: Strong Female Lead? Yes Please!
Friends. FRIENDS. This book was marvelous. I didn't have a lot of expectations going into it. The description really interested me and I read a review about how Asha was a little like Aelin form TOG, but still her own complete character. Let me just say, that if you like Aelin, then you're gonna like … Continue reading The Last Namsara Review: Strong Female Lead? Yes Please!
Heir of Fire Review: TOG Marathon Day 3
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 Heir of Fire Review: TOG Marathon Day 3
Exit, Pursued by a Bear Review: a Shakespearian retelling about trauma
I found this book super randomly and the title intrigued me. After learning what it was, how it connected to the book, and what the book was about, I had to read it. I'm glad I did. I don't usually read contemporary fiction unless it's romance. I've been interested in how girls deal with and … Continue reading Exit, Pursued by a Bear Review: a Shakespearian retelling about trauma
Ruin & Rising Review: The End Has Come
I'm still in shock from this book. Still feeling weepy and I cannot be expected to emotionally engage right now. However, I will attempt to put my thoughts and feelings about this book into words. Starting with: WHY YOU GOTTA DO ME LIKE THAT BARDUGO?! There are spoilers in this post cause I cannot … Continue reading Ruin & Rising Review: The End Has Come
Siege & Storm Review
OOF. Sequels kill me. They are always filled with strife between couples, and there's usually another love interest added to the mix and you can't help but like him. I don't know what I would have done if I didn't know how these books lead to the events in the King of Scars. I'm thankful for … Continue reading Siege & Storm Review
King of Scars Review
Leigh Bardugo does it again. Oh. My. Gosh. Bardugo always blows me away with her characters, plot, and world-building. Also, she makes me CRY SO MUCH. She really gets me in my feels. I love books that show the after of war and destruction. The rebuilding is also so important, and I love how Bardugo … Continue reading King of Scars Review
The Darkest Star Review: Sometimes a girl needs hot aliens
Your girl needed some paranormal romance that would go down real easy. This book did not disappoint. I have read all the Luxen books already, so I already love the idea of these aliens, and I was so ready to jump back into some angsty and hot alien romance. I wasn't disappointed at all. I … Continue reading The Darkest Star Review: Sometimes a girl needs hot aliens
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Review
I finally did it. I read this book. I have loved the characters of Wonderland for years, but I've never actually read the book. I've seen the animated movie. I've seen the Tim Burton movie. The Cheshire Cat and the Mad Hatter are some of my favorite characters in children's literature. I was not disappointed … Continue reading Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Review