Confusing, Then Addictive – Illuminae Review

Starting Illuminae, I was blown away, yet after fifty or so pages, I started getting confused. Right off the bat, I got to tell you that I spent more time learning who was who rather than reading what was actually happening. Afterwards, I lived fro the conversations between Kady and Ezra, such love, hope and more […]

Anti-Space Capitalism WITH ROMANCE – This Shattered World Review

These Broken Stars was such a great book, I immediately purchased both This Shattered World and Their Fractured Light. I absolutely loved the first book, yet I was saddened when I found out this was an anthology. This Shattered World had a strong military vibe and was much heavier with the politics compared to These Broken […]

The Wrong Decisions – Thirteen Reasons Why Review

I had three copies of the exact same edition through the last five years, and I only got past half way this time. I was forever fascinated by its topic, suicide, risky but very important to talk about. While an interesting approach, it failed to grasp me as much as it did to others. While intriguing […]

Endless Tears – We Were Liars Review SPOILERS

e. Lockhart is a cruel evil bastard of an author who I feel is playing a great joke on us. We Were Liars is a brilliant and quick novel which will leave you begging for more. Let me give you my reasons why. BEWARE OF SPOILERS – DO NOT READ IF YOU HAVENT READ WE […]

A Reversible Jacket? – A Darker Shade Of Magic Review

A Darker Shade Of magic is a beautifully written fantasy novel which I got lost in myself. Wanderlust took over as I followed the journey of Kell and Lila. As gorgeous as it was, it just wasn’t one of my favourites. It took me a while to read and on my first try of reading […]

Gambling With Lives and Hearts – The Winners Kiss Review

A fantastic ending to the Winners trilogy, goodbye Kestrel and Arin, the best and top OTP in YA. The Winners Kiss is packed with emotion and action, Marie Rutkoski has the most beautiful writing. You should check out the action scene, so tense switching between Kestrels and Arins views. All the way through, there is no […]

Since You’ve Been Gone: #squadgoals

Since You’ve Been Gone is a perfect book for summer reading. At first glance, I thought it was a really long book. Yet, but the time I passed the 400th page, I was begging for more than the 49 pages I had left. The book made me want to read more of Morgan Matson’s works. Owning […]

Criminal prodigies with MAGIC: A Six OF Crows Review

Beautiful book, inside and outBeing able to revisit the grishaverse was a gift given to me, us. When Sankta Alina wasmentioned i squealed with joy in hopes of seeing her in this book, but Six of Crows and and The Grisha Trilogy are set far away from each other. Its like comparing Eleanor and Park […]

Kids Of Appetite: A Solemn Story with Beautiful Characters

 How come every book David Arnold thinks of is so bloody original? Just like Mosquitoland, Kids Of Appetite is a more solemn work of art which only gets better as you read. While David Arnold makes his books more about his characters, he makes them so rich in quality, the world building and plot were […]