This month, I have been crazily on fire with my TBR list! I mean, ok, yes, I bought more I wasn't reading off my shelf but I read nine novels this month! NINE. Last month I only read textbooks and I must admit I should have been reading textbooks this month as well... (awks). So, … Continue reading May Wrap-Up!
This is the sequel to A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab, the second of a trilogy. The first is paramount to the second, to understand how Red London works and how magic works in this realm. There are English and American covers and I have to admit I'm a little jealous of the … Continue reading Review: A Gathering of Shadows (Shades of Magic #2)
I have to admit I was first drawn to the cover of Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard - crown dripping blood? Ok, I'll bite - what's it about? A world divided by power and blood - the Silvers are the elite, they posses actual powers like super strength/speed, mind control, healing, (it's like the X-men) and … Continue reading Review: Red Queen
I first read this book in my teens. I had tired of dragons and the Jackie Wilson books and stumbled upon a series about magic quite by chance. I read the first book in the trilogy Poison Study and devoured the other two. I didn't read them again but even when the characters names had … Continue reading Review: Poison Study
It's a long title, but the book itself (which I will call A&D from this point on, because that's a long ass title to keep rewriting) is about 379 pages so it is shorter than the title. I read it on my kindle, it was another bargin buy from amazon and I love it so … Continue reading Review: Aristotle and Dante discover the secrets of the universe
Eleanor and Park By Rainbow Rowell. Firmly categorical as YA Romance, E&P is set in the 80's over the course of one school year. Eleanor is the new girl - she sticks out like a sore thumb with her bright red hair, mismatched clothes and defensive attitude. Park just wants to fit it, but is … Continue reading Review: Eleanor and Park
This is a kindle free book, and it sounded pretty interesting so I thought I'd give it a try. It's kinda paranormal, which isn't usually first choice but it's free and sounds like it might be good, so, who am I to fight that? Apparently there are two covers. As a kindle, I get the … Continue reading Review: The Girl In Between