I’ve recently been stepping out of my comfort zone when it comes to reading lately and the darker books have been catching my attention. When a group of friends decided to start a series book club I had to jump in. The first series we’re reading is Six Stories (same title as the first book) and I’m so glad I joined. Today I want to talk about Six Stories and what I thought. Keep on reading to find out more!
As a contemporary reader I have to say I love reading romance, but a book about friendship is something I love to read as well. Except these books tend to be harder to find. Recently I saw a booktuber talk about When You Were Everything and I knew I needed to read it. A friend of mine thought the same and we did a buddyread. I can tell you it was really worth it. If you want to find out more about this book and what I thought, keep on reading!
On Monday we posted part 1 of our Vampires Never Get Old review. Today we’re back with part 2 to talk about the last five stories of this anthology. As you could tell some of the short stories have been hit or miss for us. What about the last five? Keep on reading to find out!
Anthologies can be tricky, because short stories have to grab your attention pretty quickly. When we heard about Vampires Never Get Old we were both excited. Stories about vampires can be pretty interesting. The line up in this anthology was amazing and that made it even easier to pick this one up. We decided to split our review into to two parts, because there are quite a few stories. So keep on reading for our review of the first six stories. On Wednesday part 2 will be posted with our conclusion as well. Keep on reading to find out what we thought!
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!
I’m all for books that are filled with adventure and All the Stars and Teeth seemed like a book that would be filled with that. I’ve been wanting to read it since it released a few months ago, but finally got around to it this month! A couple of friends and I did a buddy read and today I want to tell you what I thought!
After reviewing Every Heart a Doorway (Isabelle’s Review & Candyce’s Review) and Down Among the Sticks and Bones, we’re back with the review for the next book. Beneath the Sugar Sky is the third book in the Wayward Children series. Once again, Seanan McGuire brings us an unique book. Keep on reading to find out what we thought of this one!
After reading Devil Side by Lacey Dailey, I became curious about her other books. That’s when I came across Alma Underwood is Not a Kleptomaniac. This book is really different than Devil Side, but it still sounded like something I would love. And I was right and today I wanted to share my review!
We both read Every Heart a Doorway and loved this story and were both really excited to continue with this series. Down Among the Sticks and Bones was another interesting installment of this story and we can’t wait to talk about it. Keep on reading to see our review!
I’ve seen the Wayward Children books all over the place in the bookish community and thought the covers were stunning. For some reason, I never got around to picking them up, even though I wanted to. A friend of mine and the creator of the TBR & Beyond group set up a group read for this series. Every Heart a Doorway is the first book and I’m mad at myself for not picking up this book sooner! Isabelle already read and reviewed this, click here for her review.