Publisher: Bloomsbury Children’s
Publication Date: May 5th, 2015
Series: A Court of Thorns and Roses, #1
After seeing the popularity of this book in the blog-o-sphere and all over Instagram, I figured it was high time that I found out what all of the hullabaloo was about. And I must say, now I can why everyone is making such a fuss.
I read this book as fast as I could. And part of me isn’t quite sure why. Continue reading “A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas”
Publication Date: June 14th, 2016
Series: False Hearts, #1
Genre: Science Fiction
It’s difficult for me to give a definitive review and rating on this book, as I was only given a lengthy excerpt as opposed to the full length novel. However, I shall do my best. Continue reading “False Hearts by Laura Lam Review”
It’s been an interesting month as far as my reading as been concerned. I read some amazing books and some truly heinous books. It was a busy month, yet I still managed to read eight books.
Let’s get right to it then. Continue reading “May #Shelfie”
It’s a big week for me. I am a vendor at a large Star Wars event on Friday, so most of my energy has been been put into preparing for that. I have new Star Wars designs in the store, and will be adding more, so please take a look!
But I couldn’t resist when The Last Star ended up in the mail on my front porch. I just had to read this book. Continue reading “The Last Star by Rick Yancey (The 5th Wave Series, #3)”
No. No. And let me think, NO! This is not how I expected this review to be going at all. I was so excited for this book.
“For the winner of the game, there would be unimaginable power.
For the defeated, desolate oblivion.
The Crown’s Game was not one to lose.”
Funny because it seemed to me that Nikolai and Vika’s resolve to win the game lasted for all of two seconds! Continue reading “The Crown’s Game by Evelyn Skye”
“Everything looks like a painting: blue sky, white house, bright flowers.
How can the world look so perfect when I feel so broken?”
Isn’t that last sentence gorgeous?
Continue reading “Some Kind of Happiness by Claire Legrand”
“Citizens of Leratia be warned,” it read. “MAGIC IS RUNNING OUT! We are fast speeding towards a FUTURE without sorcery. Without HEALERS. Without a DEFENCE AGAINST INVADERS. Without MACHINES. The Society of Magical Preservation invites you to learn of this IMPENDING PERIL, and how it might be AVOIDED.”
Continue reading “ARC: Thief’s Magic by Trudi Canavan”