Hi Friends! This week I am reviewing a contemporary (shocking I know)! Please enjoy! Synopsis Everything about Jessie is wrong. At least, that’s what it feels like during her first week of junior year at her new ultra-intimidating prep school in Los Angeles. Just when she’s thinking about hightailing it back to Chicago, she gets […]
Happy Winter everyone, It is finally starting to get cold where I am which is why I say that 😛 Today I am super excited to be reviewing a graphic novel, Batman Nightwalker by Marie Lu. This is the graphic novel adaptation of the novel she wrote by the same name! It is all about […]
Hello, Lovelies! Today I am reviewing the second book in the Ash Princess by Laura Sebastian, Lady Smoke! This is a series I believe is vastly underrated and is so good and I believe more people should read it. I think the second installment was wonderful and cannot wait for the third and final book […]
Hello Lovelies, I am super excited for todays review because it is for a book I was highly anticipating all year, Queen of Nothing by Holly Black! This is the last book in her Folk of the Air trilogy that started with the Cruel Prince. Finally we have reached the conclusion and I am excited […]
Hello, Lovelies! I already did my worst books of the year, and now it is time to share with you all my favorite books in 2019. These were the books that were good not just technically, but also emotionally. I like to judge books by how I feel when I read them if they give […]
Good Morning Lovelies! I am super excited to be sharing with you my review for Tithe by Holly Black! This is a smaller story that is within the collection Modern Faerie Tales by Holly Black. This book does take place within the same universe as Holly Black’s Folk of the Air Series! Please feel free […]
Hello Hello Hello Today I am reviewing the second book in the Sky in the Deep Duology, The Girl the Sea Gave Back by Adrienne Young. This book was provided to me by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review so I hope you enjoy it! Summary For as long as she can remember, Tova […]
I enjoyed the Raven Boys but found myself extremely bored and drained by this one. It is an unpopular review, but maybe it is just me not vibing with Maggie’s writing. I guess I was not just as interested in Ronan’s story as I was with Blue and Gansey. Also, where was my baby Noah for the MAJORITY OF THIS BOOK?