If you’ve been following the blog, you know I’m a big fan of Rebecca Yarros. Even though I know her books normally break my heart she has an amazing way with words. The Reality of Everything is the fifth book in the Flight & Glory series. I can tell you that this was another emotional roller coaster ride, but it was amazing. Keep on reading to find out more!
A big thanks to the author for providing me with an ARC to read and review.
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I’ve mentioned it quite a few times lately, but middle grade books are something I’ve been loving lately. So when I saw the signups for The Beast and The Bethany I knew I had to be a part of that! This book doesn’t release until October, but believe me it’s worth the wait!! Keep on reading for all of my thoughts about this book.
A big thank you to Dave from The Write Reads and Egmont UK for providing me with an e-ARC to read and review.
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Well Met is a book that we’ve both had our eye on since it released. If you look at the cover and know it takes place a Renaissance Faire, it should be clear why we needed to read this book. Add a group discussion to the mix and it was decided we’d both read this book in August. Today we want to tell you about this book. Did it live up to our expectations? Keep on reading to find out!
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After reading Be Not Far From Me earlier this year, I was really curious about Mindy McGinnis’ other books. Heroine was one I’ve seen around for awhile and saw that it was available on Storytel. I can tell you that this author really knows how to suck you into a story!
I do want to start off by saying that this book has major trigger warnings. Before you read this book, you should know that drug use/abuse, overdosing, addiction and even goes into detail how these drugs are used. Be warned when you pick it up!
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It has been quite a while since I read the first volume of The Backstagers and I figured it was finally time to read the second volume. This volume can be found on Scribd so that is where I read it. Since this is a graphic novel, this review won’t be super long, so let’s jump in! Continue reading “Review | The Backstagers vol. 2: The Show Must Go On – James Tynion IV”
When Taylor Danae Colbert announced she is publishing a new book I’m always excited. I’ve enjoyed all of her books so far (It Goes Without Saying, Off the Record, Rowan Revived, Fighting Words, The Way Back and Bumps Along the Way) and she keeps amazing me. Back to Shore released this week and is the first book in the Meade Lake series. I can tell you this author did it again! I loved every minute of this book!! Keep on reading to find out more.
A big thanks to the author and Wildfire Marketing Solutions for providing me with an ARC to read and review!
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Today I have a bit of a different review for you all! As you may know, I love reading graphic novels. And you can find a lot of amazing stories online in the form of webcomics. These are just graphic novels or comics but you can read them online, often for free! I use Webtoon to read webcomics and my current favorite is Lore Olympus. Last weekend I finished the first ‘season’ of the story and I figured that would be the perfect moment to write a review. So let’s dive in! Continue reading “Review | Lore Olympus S1 – Rachel Smythe”
I love Meghan Quinn, because she gives us books that can be emotional, but also really funny. I’m a bit behind on the Getting Lucky series, but really enjoyed That Forever Girl. This week the last book in this series released, That Swoony Feeling. I can’t tell you how much I loved this book. My face hurt from smiling so much. Keep on reading to find out more about this book!
A big thanks to Meghan Quinn for providing me with an ARC to read and review.
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We both had Slay by Brittney Morris on our TBR and decided it was time to pick it up! The story has a gamer aspect we’re both interested in and the racism aspect makes this a very important read. But was it also an enjoyable read? Let’s take a look at our thoughts! Continue reading “Buddy Review | Slay – Brittney Morris”
We’ve seen The Diviners around in the bookish community and have been wanting to read it forever. It was time to choose a new buddyread, so we decided to give this series a go! What did we think? Did it live up to our expectations? Keep on reading to find out!
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