It has been a while but I finally finished a book again! And an eARC at that! So today I finally have a review for you all again. The book I finished is The 22 Murders of Madison May, an adult sci-fi mystery. Not my usual genre but also not that far from what I like to read. The title is definitely what grabbed my attention first. Let’s see how I feel about the rest of the book!
Continue reading “Review | The 22 Murders of Madison May – Max Berry”
I’ve said this recently, but lately the darker books with some twists and turns have really been my favorite. Contagion is a book I’ve had on my shelf for quite some time. A friend and I decided to pick it up as a buddy read. After reading it I really wonder why it took me so long to read this one. Keep on reading to find out more about Contagion and what I thought!
Continue reading “Review| Contagion – Erin Bowman”
Today I’m back with another book tour hosted by TBR and Beyond Tours. This week there’s a tour for Fragile Remedy by Maria Ingrande Mora. I got to interview the author! So keep on reading to find out more about this book and what questions I asked Maria.
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The Martian has been on my wishlist for about 5 years! And last November I finally bought a copy. Of course I didn’t read it right away haha. But recently I picked the book back up and I’m happy to say I finally read the whole book. And today I want to share some of thoughts with you all. So let’s dive in. Continue reading “Review | The Martian – Andy Weir”
Aurora Rising has been a book on my radar since its release. I actually even had it on my shelf the day it released, haha. Except it took me a year to read (oops!), haha. Then again, after reading the ending, I’m happy I waited closer to release day. Let’s talk about what I thought about the first book in The Aurora Cycle!
Continue reading “Review| Aurora Rising – Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff”
I read and reviewed Lifel1k3 quite some time ago, but didn’t take the time to read the sequel, Dev1at3. Before I started I did a reread of Lifel1k3 and then dived right into Dev1at3. All I can say before starting my review is saying that I’m very happy I decided to wait. After that ending, I need the third and final book. But first, let’s talk about Dev1at3!
Continue reading “Review| Dev1at3 – Jay Kristoff”
We have been having fun with Top Ten Tuesday, so we decided we will do one every week. This bookish meme was hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and has been going since June 2010! Since January 2018 Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl.
This week’s topic is Books I Wish I Had Read as a Child but I wasn’t really feeling that. So I decided to go with the genre freebie from a couple of week ago. I don’t read as much science fiction as I would like to so I decided to take a look at some of the science fiction books on my TBR! Let’s dive in. Continue reading “TTT #130 | Science Fiction Books On My TBR”
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”
B.B. Easton is an author I’ve heard about before, but have never read a book by her. When I heard about the release of Fighting for Rain, I became curious. Seeing how that was the second in the trilogy, I needed to read book one first. So today I want to tell you about Praying for Rain.
A big thanks to the author and Social Butterfly PR for providing me with a digital copy of the book to read and review!
Continue reading “Review| Praying for Rain – B.B. Easton”
As soon as I saw To Be Taught, If Fortunate by Becky Chambers on Netgalley I knew I had to read and review it. It’s only a novella, so it’s a short and fast read. I read it almost immediately but it took me quite a while to write a review. This is not a novella like any I’ve read before so I had to sort out my feelings first. And today it’s finally time to share those feelings and my thoughts about To Be Taught, If Fortunate with you all! Let’s dive in. Continue reading “Review | To Be Taught, If Fortunate – Becky Chambers”