ARC Review: The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman

If you were blown away by Ink and Bone last year, THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU. If the slowness of Ink and Bone was a little harder to bear but you loved the concept, this book is DEFINITELY for you. If you are a bibliophile who wants to read a book about badass detective librarians, THIS […]

ARC Review: Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton

Rebel of the Sands  was easily one of my most anticipated reads of the year yet I ended up not loving it as much as I had wanted to. Don’t get me wrong, I still enjoyed the book. The second half just ended up letting me down with the amount of ‘twists’ that came. The […]

ARC Review: Burning Midnight by Will McIntosh

I don’t know if I am being picky or if nothing is blowing my mind lately. Is it the book or ME? The thing is, Burning Midnight is a pretty great read but it also isn’t that substantial. This book is fantastic for a brain candy read when you just need to let go of the […]

ARC Review: The Impostor Queen by Sarah Fine

Sarah Fine is one of my favorite authors and so far, I’ve read 5 books by her (and need to read a bunch more to complete series but I am not ready to say goodbye because that’s how I roll.) The Impostor Queen is hands down my favorite book that Sarah Fine has ever written. […]

ARC Review: Blue Voyage by Diana Renn

Immediate reaction after finishing book (Look at that beautiful smile though. #brb #dying) What I liked The mystery. I love me a good mystery and that is exactly what this book offers. It is brain candy, food for my soul and so so soothing. Sometimes, a girl just need to lay back with a good mystery […]

ARC Mini Reviews: City of Thirst, The Blackthorn Key, etc.

When I read The Map to Everywhere last year, I fell in love. I am the kid who loves adventures. I grew up reading about kids who go on adventures and I love being an adult who reads about kids going on adventures. The follow-up to The Map to Everywhere however, was not about an […]

ARC Review: Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

I would like to start this review by thanking Jay Kristoff and Amie Kauffman for ruining my life. Thank you guys, I appreciate it. I am pretty sure they drink their readers’ tears to sustain themselves.  MOVING ON.  I am going to attempt to do the impossible and write a review for this book. No […]

Review + Villain Squad to Rule the World: The Young Elites by Marie Lu

The Young Elites is a hyped book. Hype is scary. This book is scary! What isn’t scary? IDK. But let’s get back to the book. When I first heard about The Young Elites, I was excited like so many other people. I loved the sound of it and I wanted to know more about this group […]