• The Shadow Kingdom by C.J. Inkson

    Hello Everyone! Today I am reviewing The Shadow Kingdom by C.J. Inkson! This book was published on October 31st so it is still relatively new! I got this book through NetGalley and I am so happy that I read it! I found the book’s concept so original and interesting. Imagine a land where all the color was sucked out, leaving its people with shades of black and white. Many years ago, a Shadow Curse was cast on an island, draining it of its color and leaving the people alone and in the dark. Elliot West comes from a line of Watchman, tasked with keeping watch in case there is any…

  • A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J Maas

    Happy 2019 EVERYONE! It is finally the New Year and what better way to kick it off then with this AMAZING book review! Okay so FOREVER people have been recommending Sarah J Maas’ series A Court of Thorns and Roses to me. Well, I finally read it, and HOLY SH*T why didn’t I do it sooner? If you know me, you know I love the fae genre, and this book doesn’t dissapoint. Overview A Court of Thorns and Roses (henceforth referred to as ACOTAR), tells the story of Feyre (pronounced fay-ra), an 18-year-old girl who hunts to support her father and two older sisters (sort of a reverse Hunger Games).…

  • Most Anticipated 2019 YA Books

    Good Morning Bookies, Today I am going to be listing my most anticipated 2019 YA books! They are listed in order of release date and the un-dated ones are on the bottom! I have already added these to my “Want to Read” list on Goodreads and I recommend you do the same! Without further ado, here we go:   The Wicked King by Holly Black – January 8th, 2019 You must be strong enough to strike and strike and strike again without tiring. The first lesson is to make yourself strong. After the jaw-dropping revelation that Oak is the heir to Faerie, Jude must keep her younger brother safe. To…

  • The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead

    Hello Lovelies, Happy Thursday! Today’s review is The Glittering Court by Richelle Mead. This book is perfect for fans of the Selection and The Jewel. The book tells the story of a Countess who wishes to run away from her life. Her family title was losing money so her Grandmother arranged a marriage. Not wanting to go through with it, she assumes the identity of a servant girl and joins the Glittering Court. The Glittering Court is a finishing school for ladies of the lower class with the goal of selling them into marriage with wealthy men. I had high hopes for this book and found the beginning to be quite enjoyable,…

  • The Darkest Star by Jennifer L Armentrout

    OH HOLY ALIEN BABIES EVERYWHERE Hello Everyone! I am so excited to be writing this post on THE DARKEST STAR BY JENNIFER L ARMENTROUT. The day I got my signed copy was the highlight of my month, yes the entire month. I have been waiting for this book since I finished Opposition and it did NOT disappoint. The story is from the point of Evie Dasher, and you may recognize her last name from one Jason Dasher, the sergeant that we all hated from Origin and Opposition. One night, she happens to find herself, with her friend Heidi, at a club rumored to be a hangout spot for Luxen. Keep…

  • Behesians by Isaiyan Morrison

    Good Morning Lovelies, This week I am reviewing Behesians by Isaiyan Morrison. I know this isn’t my usual review posting you, but on the bright side, you get two this week! I got this Review Copy through Lola’s Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. Here is a Summary of Behesians: Summary From tragedy comes destiny. Cassidy is a 17-year-old girl being raised by her father in San Diego, California. Her existence is a mixed blessing, full of life but burdened with the knowledge that her mother died while giving birth to her. Her mother’s absence constantly weighs on her mind, but she trusts her loving father to protect…

  • Wintersong by S . Jae-Jones

    “There is music in your soul. A wild and untamed sort of music that speaks to me. It defies all the rules and laws you humans set upon it. It grows from inside you, and I have a wish to set that music free.”   Happy Thursday! This week I read a beautiful story, Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones. It tells the story of Liesl, a young woman living with her family in approximately 18th century Bavaria. There is a Liesl, a closeted musical prodigy who keeps her talents in the dark, Kathe, the beautiful, carefree sister with no worries, Josef, the star of the family for his musical talents, and…

  • The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

    Hello fellow bibliophiles! This week I am reviewing The Cruel Prince by Holly Black! The first time I read a Holly Black book was way back in 3rd grade when I began the Spiderwick Chronicles. Those books were my first introduction into the world of fae. I was so excited to find this book so that I could once again fall in love with her writing. The book captures the audience’s attention right from the prologue. A seemingly normal family on a Sunday morning whose lives are then interrupted by a strange man. He kills the parents reclaims his lost half-fae daughter. Not being completely heartless he takes her human…