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: We Are the Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson

If you like confusing books where you’re never sure about what is actually going on, We are the Ants is for you. This is an incredibly well-written book that will tell you a lot of things that might or might not be true. The real mystery is trying to figure out what the fuck is […]

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 […]

ARC mini reviews: Middle Grade Edition

 Mr. Puffball: Stunt Cat to the Stars by Constance Lambardo Genres: Humor, Graphic Novel, Middle GradePublication date: Sepetember 29th, 2015 by Katherine Tegen BooksFormat: eARC PURCHASE: | Amazon | Book Depository | Goodreads |   As a cat person, this little chapter book appealed to me at a spiritual level. I saw that it was about […]

Review: End of Days by Susan Ee

I find it very hard to put into words what exactly this series means to me and seeing it end, I don’t quite know what to say. It hasn’t quite hit me that there will be no more of Penryn and Raffe and that my life will continue to go on without these two.

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 […]

Review: Duplicity by N.K. Travers

Duplicity is a book I can easily classify as brain candy. I had a lot of issues with the book itself but the premise just made it so much fun to read about even if the main character and  I didn’t get along at all. This book is fantastically imagined and the fact that I […]

ARC Review: The World Forgot by Martin Leicht

It seems that none of the books in this series ever really blew my mind but I will say that this one was a worthy conclusion to the series. I felt a little sad after finishing the book because it was kind of like saying goodbye to that nice co-worker who you were never really close […]

Review: The Bridge by Jane Higgins

I went into The Bridge expecting something that involved more secret agents but what I got was an intense dystopia that did not hold back on the realities of war. I have to say, with two good dystopias on my recently read list (this being one of them), I might just be ready to give dystopia […]