This year middle grade has had a lot of amazing books and I have a feeling there are quite a few to come. The Wild Path is one of these books. It sounded so amazing that both of us knew we needed to read it. So we knew we had to sign up for the book tour. Today is our stop on the tour hosted by TBR and Beyond Tours. We’re going to share our review and some favorite quotes.
Last week Isabelle posted her review for the Chasing Starlight book tour and today it’s my turn. I really enjoyed Teri Bailey Black’s book A Girl at the Grave, so was excited when she announced this one! Chasing Starlight takes place in Hollywood and it interesting to dive into the world of glitz and glamour. There’s definitely more to this story though. Keep on reading!
A big thanks to TBR and Beyond Tours for hosting this tour and the publisher for providing an e-arc!
Jennifer Lynn Barnes is an author I’ve really come to love (even if I do have a few books to catch up on…). The Inheritance Games is her newest book and I’ve been excited about it since the author announced it. Today is my spot on the blog tour hosted by The Write Reads. Keep on reading to find out what I thought about this book!
A big thanks to Penguin for providing me with an e-arc on Netgalley to read and review!
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!
I’ve said it before, but this year I really want to starting reading more books out of my comfort zone. Or really just books outside of the usual fantasy and contemporary books that I normally read. There’s nothing wrong with those, but I’ve noticed I really enjoy other genres as well. So I decided to give A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder a go and I wasn’t disappointed! Keep on reading for my full review.
Not too long ago I reviewed the book Deadly First Day and instantly became a fan! The sequel, Lethal Queen Bee, recently released. The author was really sweet and sent me an e-arc to read and review! A big thanks to her for that! Today I want to tell you what I thought of the next book in the Embassy Academy series.
We wanted to do another bookish meme on Wednesday and after doing Can’t Wait Wednesday a few times we decided that would be a fun one to bring around more often! About twice a month you’ll see this meme on our blog.
Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine.
At the moment both Candyce and I are participating in the O.W.L.’s readathon and one of the prompts was to read a book with a white cover. After coming across the audiobook of Sadie on Scribd I decided to finally pick that one up. And today I’ll share my thoughts with you all!
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Books that take place at school or at boarding schools are something I love to read. If you add a little mystery and romance, I’ll definitely give it a chance. Deadly First Day, the first book in the Embassy Academy series, checks off all of those boxes. With the sequel releasing later this month, I thought it was the perfect time to review Deadly First Day!
After finally reading and loving This Is Our Story I was in the mood to read another mystery with a hunting component in it. And I just happened to own S.T.A.G.S. With a tagline like this; Nine students. Three bloodsports. One deadly weekend. I knew it would be exactly what I wanted to read. Did I love it as much as This Is Our Story? Or was is a bit of a disappointment? Keep on reading and find out!
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