I didn't realize how much I needed to read a YA book about two girls who help each other face their fears and their problems. This book soothed my soul in how it faced issues head on that I myself and others I know have dealt with but didn't have a story to find solace … Continue reading Edge of Anything Review: mental health, grief, and female friendship
Armentrout you did it again! Holy guacamole this was a great book. I love getting to return to the world of wardens, demons, and angels. Trinity is a really interesting and lovable character. I'm also so happy that Zayne is getting to have a happy ending (as far as he gets more a story as … Continue reading Rage and Ruin Review: wholly unprepared for that ending
Friends. This is my last post about the Throne of Glass series! I actually finished the series months ago, but this summer/fall has been... well you probably know because you've been living your own version of what I've been living. So, I don't think me taking months to write this post about a series I … Continue reading Kingdom of Ash Review: TOG Marathon Finally Done!
This world and its magical elements in this book are out of this universe. I can totally understand why this book took the YA fantasy genre by storm. The magic of this world is so interesting and inspiring. It reminded me of Percy Jackson because I was thinking about how I would love to know … Continue reading Children of Blood and Bone Review
Unpopular opinion: this book did not live up to the expectations people had given me. Of course it's an interesting book with a beautiful concept and engaging characters, but I found the ending to be predictable and... not tragic enough? I know. I know. I'm a monster, but hear me out. I might have just … Continue reading Night Circus Review & Unpopular opinions
What was your favorite book you read this month? Let me know in the comments and I'll tell you mine! I've never done one of these, but I thought it would be a fun way to post more and allow people to get a more wholistic view of what I read during a month. I … Continue reading August 2020 Wrap Up
That's right I read it in a day! Armentrout has her crown as the queen of YA paranormal romance and now she's coming for the new adult fantasy romance crown. I think she might win it if she keeps it up with these books. Oh man friends, this BOOK. https://videopress.com/v/z2KBOB5D?preloadContent=metadata The world was so intriguing … Continue reading House of Blood and Ash Review: The Perfect Dark Fantasy Romance
The book is marketed as like a YA Game of Thrones. I've never read or really watched Game of Thrones, but I'm not sure that this book is a that much like it. I say that because the stakes weren't high enough for me. It felt like Hunger Games in a way because these teens' … Continue reading House of Dragons Review: YA Game of Thrones??
I love Tintera. She writes some of my favorite strong female leads. I LOVE her Reboot duology and her Ruined trilogy is fabulous. So, when I found out that she was writing a new duology, I've excitedly anticipated the release of this book. The cover is also freaking gorgeous! https://videopress.com/v/E1K2IM5S?preloadContent=metadata Clara will be joining the … Continue reading All These Monsters Review: Tintera creates another strong female lead
I've heard a lot about this book and it deserves all the acclaim it has and more. It reminds me of how much utopian societal books make you think and feel. This seems like a thought experiment as well as a wonderful young adult book. https://videopress.com/v/KDidiXl7?preloadContent=metadata The characters are wonderfully like us as well as … Continue reading Scythe Review