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: My Lady Jane by Brodi Ashton, Cynthia Hand and Jodi Meadows

Some of you might know that The Princess Bride is one of my favorite novels in the scope of reality and others might not. Well now you do. I’ve had My Lady Jane on my TBR since it was first announced. I saw the 3 wonderful authors who had decided to get together to write […]

7 Reasons Why The Star-Touched Queen Needs to be on your TBR

Before I say anything else about the book, I want to mention that this book is not inspired by Indian Mythology but rather Hindu Mythology. Many might assume that the two are the same thing but they are not as India is not comprised of one religion.   1. It’s amazing. Of course it is. […]

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 […]

Review: The Forbidden Wish by Jessica Khoury

You can’t imagine how happy I am to announce that I liked The Forbidden Wish -I have been having an awful 2016 reading wise, this little gem was so refreshing. Amongst a sea of tepid heroines and a distinct lack of strong female bonds, The Forbidden Wish shone bright. “As the poets say, stories are […]

ARC Review: Reign of Shadows by Sophie Jordan

So, are you here to read a ramble-y review about all my feelings about Reign of Shadows by Sophie Jordan? Well, you are gonna be disappointed because today I have decided to attempt doing a review in GIFS. After all, they do say a picture is worth a thousand words… Overall reaction to the book How […]

ARC Review: Banished by Kimberley Griffiths Little

I am now officially calling 2016 the year of the meh books because I have yet to read a book that has truly blown my mind and makes me want to roll around in the mud with joy. Banished is by no means a bad book, I would actually say that on the whole, it […]