Guys, I can’t believe the S&D series, one of the first books I decided to review on here, has come to a close! I’m so happy with its ending, yet I still feel bittersweet that it is finished. Since following Shelby on Instagram, I feel like I have come to know her and what theseContinue reading “Gods & Monsters: I’m not crying, you’re crying…”
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The Prison Healer: The Audacity of this Book
Ummmmmmm, who gave this book the right to end the way it did? I am quite shooketh. I had been eyeing The Prison Healer for some time, and when I saw it on the shelf, I knew I had to read it. However, I really didn’t know what to expect from this YA novel… especiallyContinue reading “The Prison Healer: The Audacity of this Book”
The Bridge Kingdom: Why Haven’t You Read This Yet?
Howdy folks, ’tis I… back again from my mini unintended blogging break. The entire month of June has been wildly busy, so I sadly haven’t had much time to read, but c’est la vie! That is life, and now I’m back and vibing. Honestly, I started The Bridge Kingdom several weeks ago, and I wasContinue reading “The Bridge Kingdom: Why Haven’t You Read This Yet?”
These Violent Delights – My Teenage Heart is Racing
Like any other twenty-something, I love me some angsty forbidden love, the 1920s, and gangsters, and These Violent Delights had all of that and more. I thoroughly enjoyed this YA novel, and I’m glad I finally read it after it sat on my TBR list for some time. Set in Shanghai in 1926, this bookContinue reading “These Violent Delights – My Teenage Heart is Racing”
The Crown of Gilded Headach – I Mean, Bones
Ehhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. Let me paint a picture in your head… you find a new restaurant, and at that restaurant you try the most delicious meal you’ve had in a long time. Your days afterward are spent remembering every second of that meal, the taste, the satisfaction. You are obsessed with the memory of this meal, youContinue reading “The Crown of Gilded Headach – I Mean, Bones”
The Priory of the Orange Tree – I’m Just Here for the Dragons, tbh
I’m aliiiiiiiive! Friends, I’m back from my weeks of reading The Priory of the Orange Tree. This book was an undertaking, and I do not say that lightly. Big books are the best, and normally I love to brag as much as any bookworm about how quickly I can make it through large books likeContinue reading “The Priory of the Orange Tree – I’m Just Here for the Dragons, tbh”
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue: A Punch to the Gut (But Like a Good One)
Damn if this was not one of the best books I’ve ever read. Seriously. I was neck deep in a reading slump, struggling to stay afloat, and Addie LaRue gave me life. Addie LaRue was born on March 10, 1691, in Villon, France. She was a wild child, a dreamer, and she was not satisfiedContinue reading “The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue: A Punch to the Gut (But Like a Good One)”
Red Queen – Am I Into It? Or Am I Still Trying to Fill a Void?
I’ve had the Red Queen series on my TBR pile for a looooonnnggg time, maybe even years, and I’ve finally decided to pick it up and dive on into it. I’m a huge fan of Victoria Aveyard as a person, and I love all of her writing tips that she’s so open about on Instagram.Continue reading “Red Queen – Am I Into It? Or Am I Still Trying to Fill a Void?”
The Once and Future Witches – A Feminist Masterpiece
I’m back on my witch shit, and let me tell you: this book was fantastic. I was blown away by the beautiful writing and the powerful message behind the story. The Once and Future Witches isn’t just a book about the tales of witchcraft, but a book about what it means to be a womanContinue reading “The Once and Future Witches – A Feminist Masterpiece”
The Lamplighters – A Job for Mystery, Inc.
I was lucky enough to receive an ARC of The Lamplighters to dive into (pun intended), and it was honestly a refreshing change up from my usual fantasy books. To start this off, I know absolutely nothing about Lighthouses. Yo girl lives in landlocked Colorado, so I find this as no surprise. In fact, myContinue reading “The Lamplighters – A Job for Mystery, Inc.”