I can’t believe I haven’t posted this review yet! The Wayward Children series by Seanan McGuire is a favorite of mine and one of my most anticipated releases this year was Come Tumbling Down. I read it pretty soon after the release and today I will finally share my review with you all. Let’s jump right in. Continue reading “Review | Come Tumbling Down – Seanan McGuire”
The Test had been on my TBR for a bit and when I came across it for a decent price I just had to get it. This was one of my first books for the O.W.L.’s readathon. It’s a very short book so this won’t be a very long review but I wanted to share my thoughts nonetheless. Let’s dive in!
Continue reading “Mini Review | The Test – Sylvain Neuvel”
There are always a few books every year that I’m really looking forward to and have high expectations for. Gideon the Ninth was one of these books. After hearing about it and the book community being very excited, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it! I finally had the chance to read it. Did it live up to my expectations? Keep on reading to find out!
Senlin Ascends had been on my wishlist for years and years and years. For my last birthday Candyce gifted me this beauty of a book but if I’m being honest, I thought it would take me awhile to actually pick it up. Luckily Melissa also got this one recently so we planned a buddy read! And today I have my review for Senlin Ascends by Josiah Bancroft for you all. Lets dive in! Continue reading “Review | Senlin Ascends – Josiah Bancroft”
Today is my spot on the blog tour for the third book in the Magnus Blackwell Novels series, Seize. This book released at the end of March and today I have an excerpt to share with you all. There’s also a tour wide giveaway, so take a look!
Taylor Jenkins Reid is known for emotional books and The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo was definitely an emotional rollercoaster ride! This book was a lot different than either of us expected. Keep reading to find out what we thought about this book!
I read mostly YA and MG books but every now and then I also pick up an adult novel. The title of today’s book intrigued me right away and the synopsis sounded interesting as well. I was provided with a copy of The Psychology of Time Travel by Netgalley in exchange for a honest review. Was my venture into adult fiction fruitful? Keep on reading to find out! Continue reading “Review | The Psychology of Time Travel – Kate Mascarenhas”
I first heard about The Murderbot Diaries by Martha Wells in one of Emily Fox’s booktube videos and thought it sounded pretty interesting. And then I found out all four of them were available on Scribd. So I binge-listened to them super quickly. They are novellas so they’re all quite short and you will go through them in no time at all. There will be a full length Murderbot novel in 2020 and I’m very excited about that. But for now, let’s see what I thought about the four novellas. Continue reading “Mini Reviews | The Murderbot Diaries – Martha Wells”
I saw this beauty of a book in a couple of places and was really intrigued! The title, The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle, sounds pretty ominous and the synopsis is quite interesting. When I came across it on Netgalley I requested it but totally forgot about it after not being accepted for a while. I grabbed it at the bookstore a couple of times, put it in my online basket but never actually ended up buying it since it’s an adult thriller and those hardcovers are expensive! Imagine my surprise, and delight(!), when all of a sudden I did get approved for a copy on Netgalley. I started reading immediately and here’s my review for you all. Enjoy reading! Continue reading “Review | The Seven Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle – Stuart Turton”
A couple of months ago, I saw the sign up to this blog tour. This book sounded just like a book for me and the cover looked really cute. I thought it would be the typical book where a couple hits some bumps in the road and then they live happily ever after. I have to say this book took a turn I didn’t see coming.