ARC Review: Revenge and the Wild by Michelle Modesto

Revenge and the Wild

After reading and loving three YA westerns last year, I expected Revenge and the Wild to be another winner but sadly, I was let down. I went into this book expecting my mind to be blown and was ready to fall in love but that didn’t end up happening. Instead, I was very disappointed. One […]

ARC Review: Assassin’s Heart by Sarah Ahiers

AssassinsHeart

This book is a prime example of wasted potential. It had assassins, it had drama, it had high stakes – yet the excution left much to be desired. At times, the story became too ludicrous, the world building too farfetched, and the characterisation too inconsistent fot there to be any ounce of believability. We begin […]

(Blog Tour + Giveaway): The One Where You Find Out What Alison Goodman’s Favorite Dessert is

Dark Days Club-BlogTour-2

The Social Potato welcomes you to a fun game of WOULD YOU RATHER with Alison Goodman A couple years ago, Alison Goodman stole my heart with Eon so when I found out she had a new book coming out, I WAS EXCITED. It seemed so different from the Eon series and I was looking forward to diving […]

Review: The Demon King by Cinda Williams Chima

The Demon King

I was so afraid I would not like this book, as I know Maraia, Cait and Sarah are all huge fans and I don’t think I could bear the combined force of their wrath ;) Thankfully, the mythology and characters in this world are solid – so I immensely enjoyed it despite the uneven pacing. […]

ARC Review: The Impostor Queen by Sarah Fine

The Impostor Queen

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: Soundless by Richelle Mead

Soundless

Soundless by Richelle Mead was not exactly what I had hoped it would be. I went into the book expecting to be blown away but I wasn’t. I liked the book and ended up devouring it but I couldn’t help feeling that Richelle Mead could do 1000x times better. When I first started the book, […]

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

City of Thirst

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 […]