May 2021 Wrap Up: graduating college and indecisive reading

I graduated from college this month and I had a book hangover from Rule of Wolves so that all affected my reading this month. I've also been in the mood for a good YA romance but haven't been able to find one that caught my undivided attention. However, I DID manage to get some reading … Continue reading May 2021 Wrap Up: graduating college and indecisive reading

Storm of Locusts Review: monster-slaying excitement and great character growth

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

Rule of Wolves Review: this better not be the end of the Grishaverse

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

Prepped Quick Review: doomsday prepping and a coming of age

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

Three Dark Crowns Review: deadly sisters and so many POVS

I think this book is doing really incredible things. We get to read from so many different character perspectives. Yet, there are still secrets and surprises. So I feel like I have a good idea of the cast of characters and the plots map, but I honestly don’t think I know the half of it.  … Continue reading Three Dark Crowns Review: deadly sisters and so many POVS