A couple of months ago, I read Well Met and it was a fast and fun read. Even though I did want a bit more romance. The sequel, Well Played, released at the end of September and it was the October swoonalong read! Today I’m going to talk about what I thought of this book!
Every month I get the Tor.com newsletter and with that comes a free ebook. Last month that was The Haunting of Tram Car 015. That title immediately grabbed my attention, probably because 015 is my area code, and I looked the story up on Goodreads. I found out this novella was the second in a series and that the first short story was for free on Tor.com as well. So I decided to read both as soon as possible. And I’m so happy I did! So today I have a mini review for both stories. Let’s jump in. Continue reading “Mini Reviews | A Dead Djinn in Cairo & The Haunting of Tram Car 015 – P. Djèlí Clark”
Today I’m back with another book tour hosted by TBR and Beyond Tours. Like I’ve said a lot lately, I’ve really been loving middle grade books. The Boy, the Wolf and the Stars sounded like another fun adventure and it has a stunning cover!
A big thanks to the publisher for providing me with an e-arc to read and review.
I read Kingdom of the Wicked at the beginning of October (I was luck enough to get an e-arc from the publisher on Netgalley) and I could’ve sworn I had already written a review. When I wrote my October wrap up, I realized that wasn’t the case. So today it’s time to review this new book by Kerri Maniscalco. What did I think? Keep on reading to find out!
Vampires of Moscow is a book I saw awhile ago on Twitter and people were talking about. When I read about it, I have to say I was curious. Not too long ago the authors were looking for some bloggers for the tour of this book and I just had to sign up. A big thanks to the authors for providing me with an e-arc to read and review.
Today I’m going to tell you about the book and what I thought and later today an interview with these authors will be posted, so keep an eye out! But first let’s talk about Vampires of Moscow!
Candyce participated in the blogtour for The Inheritance Games a little while ago but I really wanted to share my thoughts as well. Jennifer Lynn Barnes is one of my favorite authors and I truly think she is underrated. Yes she has a extended backlist and a lot of people probably heard about her, but I don’t think nearly enough people actually read her books or in any case, not enough people talk about reading her books! So here’s my review on her newest book. Continue reading “Review | The Inheritance Games – Jennifer Lynn Barnes”
Okay, so I know it’s weird to post a review about a Christmas book on Halloween, but I just couldn’t resist this book! Christina Lauren is an author duo I really enjoy and I needed a book full of holiday spirit. One that leaves you warm and fuzzy on the inside when you read the last page. Did In a Holidaze meet my expectations? Keep on reading to find out!
LJ Evans has quickly become one of my favorite authors and with every book proves why she’s on this list. The newest Anchor novel, Damaged Desires, is available to read now and after reading Guarded Dreams, Forged by Sacrifice and Avenged by Love I was so excited to get my hands on this newest story in the series. Keep on reading to find out more!
A big thanks to the author for kindly providing me an e-arc to read and review.
Januari 2020 I bought Pumpkinheads, it was reasonably priced and I wanted to read it since it was released. Of course I had to wait until October before was actually allowed to read it haha. And recently it was finally time for me to pick it up! So today I want to give my quick thoughts about this book. Let’s jump in! Continue reading “Mini Review | Pumpkinheads – Rainbow Rowell & Faith Erin Hicks”
I think I’ve talked about The Mall before it released and I’ve finally gotten around to reading it. The audiobook was on Scribd and when I saw it there I was really excited. I wasn’t a teenager in the 90s, but I remember going to the mall and loving it. So did this book live up to my expectations? Keep on reading to find out!