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. […]

Why You Should Read the Rebel Belle Series

I might have had a somewhat rocky start with the Rebel Belle series (I didn’t fall in love with it right away) but I have come to love it. Seeing it end absolutely sucks but I don’t think Hawkins could have written a better finale. It gave me everything I wanted (except for perhaps more […]

Review: The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye Walton

WARNING: Lots of gushing. I, just, can’t even review this book, guys – I mainly just want to roll around on the floor and occasionally scream at passer-bys into reading it. This book has elements of everything that I love about fiction, it pushes at the boundaries of our imagination while telling raw truths about humanity. […]

ARC Review: The Suffering by Rin Chupeco

Last year, I read and adored The Girl from the Well but for some reason, it completely slipped by me that The Suffering wasn’t a new standalone, but rather the sequel to The Girl From The Well. Given that it had been some time since I had read the book, it also took me some time […]

ARC Review: Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley

If you’re going to ask me to describe Magonia in one word, that word would be charming. It was elegant, magical and absolutely captivating. Reading this book was like floating on a magical, puffy, pink cloud. While eating fairy dust and watching shooting stars. That’s how alluring this book was. The only other time I’ve […]

[Blog Tour]: Miss Mayhem by Rachel Hawkins

Oh Miss Mayhem. How I loved you. You are a cruel book that deserves some reprimanding for how you decided to break my heart with that ending. It’s funny though because that ending, as cruel as it is, actually sealed my love for the book. It’s surprising, and those of you who have read the book […]

ARC Review for The Sin Eater’s Daughter by Melinda Salisbury

This book though. It is so deliciously intense and I cannot help but want to jump up and down with equal parts excitement and fear. There is so much I want to say about this book but so much I cannot say without spoiling certain things. For starters though, I would like to commend Melinda […]

ARC Review: The Inquisitor’s Mark by Dianne K. Salerni

Series: Eighth Day #2 Genres: Fantasy, Sci Fic, Middle GradeRelease Date: January 27st, 2015Publisher:  HarperCollinsSource:  eARC from EdelweissCheck out on GOODREADS After the all-out Eighth Day war in Mexico, Jax, Riley, and Evangeline have gone into hiding. There are still rogue Transitioners and evil Kin lords who want to use Riley, a descendant of King Arthur, and Evangeline, a powerful wizard with […]