ARC Review: How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather

I have always been morbidly fascinated by the Salem Witch Trials so when I came across this book, I was instantly drawn to it. I think a lot of things about this book seem a little far fetched but reading the author’s note did help me understand a little about some of the decisions that […]

ARC Review: Firewalker by Josephine Angelini

Firewalker was an anticipated novel but I ended up feeling 50/50 about it. On one hand, it is a fantastic follow up to Trial by Fire but it was also filled with romantic drama and I hated that. With this book, Lily’s Tristan–the one she used to love–is back in the picture. I was actually surprised […]

ARC Review: The Shattered Court by M.J. Scott

The Shattered Court is a book that would have totally escaped my notice where it not for Nick. I am so glad she mentioned it to me because otherwise I would not have found this wonderfulness. I will begin by saying that this isn’t the best thing I’ve ever read, far from it, but at […]

ARC Review: House of Ivy & Sorrow by Natalie Whipple

Before I say anything else, I should start off by mentioning that the shelving of this book is a lie. If you’re looking for a gothic book to read, turn around and leave. This is not gothic. This is chick lit mixed with some paranormal. I went into this book with high expectations. Yes there […]

ARC Review: Stolen Songbird by Danielle L. Jensen

Stolen Songbird, while clearly good, was also boring. Boring because of the length of the novel. There were points where I drifted off or times when I had to re-read the scene because I was just bored. This book could have been condensed to 2/3rds the size and would have been a LOT more enjoyable. As […]

ARC Review: Half Bad (Half Life #1) by Sally Green

Rating: 3/5 Genres: Paranormal, Urban Fantasy, Young Adult Release Date: March 4 Publishing House: Viking Juvenile Number of pages: 416 Check out on GOODREADS Pre-Order on AMAZON | THE BOOK DEPOSITORY A stunning, magical debut. An international sensation. In modern-day England, witches live alongside humans: White witches, who are good; Black witches, who are evil; […]

Review: A Breath of Frost by Alyxandra Harvey

WARNING: The word ADORABLE has been used in excess It was winter and I had been having a bad week; I was angry, sad, paranoid and detached, then along came A Breath of Frost and warmed up my black heart. I read Haunting Violet in 2012 and fell head over heels in love. The book […]