I found this book after I realized that I needed to be looking for more Greek myth retellings and books with the Greek gods in them because I LOVE them. Friends, this is one of the sweetest romance novels I've ever read. Berry does such a magical job of capturing the sweet ache of being … Continue reading Lovely War Review: A Beautiful Story of Love, WWI & Greek Gods
Woah. September was a way more productive reading month than I had thought it would be. Of course, four of these books I read for school. It always helps to have mandatory reading to increase your monthly reading numbers. BUT I'm really excited to get to talk about these books because I haven't written posts … Continue reading September Wrap Up
You can read my review of the first book of the trilogy, Serpent & Dove, here. I believe that a character's flaws are what makes them beautiful and believable. I don't need a perfect heroine. I need a flawed heroine who is strong despite her flaws and grows as a person. Lou and Reid are … Continue reading Blood & Honey Review: such beautifully flawed characters
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: 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 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
This audiobook has such a fairytale before bed vibe, and since fall is coming, this is a great way to get into a spooky mood. The narrator, Moira Quirk is fabulous and did such a great job with the voices, pacing, and I can't get over her voice. She has a British accent and that's … Continue reading Bone Houses Audiobook Review
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 Wrap Up
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: YA Game of Thrones??
I have dreamed all my life of being a knight. I felt that Hazel desperately understood that desire. Because of Hazel's dream to also be a knight, I definitely connected with Hazel on a personal level. She literally lives in a fairytale and I was in love with this story and its characters from pretty … Continue reading We need more female knights: Quick Review