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Book Review: Renegades Trilogy by Marissa Meyer

This is officially my second Marissa Meyer book review (my first is linked here if you want to read it) and I think it’s safe to say that, at this point, I am an official fan of Marissa Meyer’s work. So, without any delay here’s my review on her Renegades trilogy. How can we expectContinue reading “Book Review: Renegades Trilogy by Marissa Meyer”

NetGalley Review: Poetry As Spellcasting by Tamiko Beyer, Destiny Hemphill and Lisbeth White

And welcome back to another NetGalley Book Review! Firstly, I want to thank NetGalley for giving me access to this ARC in return for an honest review. I love being able to review novels and poetry using NetGalley so I’m always excited to do one of these types of reviews. So, this is going toContinue reading “NetGalley Review: Poetry As Spellcasting by Tamiko Beyer, Destiny Hemphill and Lisbeth White”

Book Review: I Love You So Mochi by Sarah Kuhn

I have absolutely no memory of how I ended up reading this novel. But, that’s okay, because I want to thank whatever force that convinced me to read this because this easily became one of my all-time favourite novels. I know, it’s not very often that I fall in love with a novel (I tendContinue reading “Book Review: I Love You So Mochi by Sarah Kuhn”

Book Review: Because You Love To Hate Me by Amerie (editor)

This is an anthology of short stories by various authors, all relating to villains. Yup, short stories about villains. All I knew about this collection of short stories was the concept: a more in-depth look at some villains, some we know well and some new ones. Ultimately, the idea of this anthology was interesting, soContinue reading “Book Review: Because You Love To Hate Me by Amerie (editor)”

Book Review: All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

This is a novel I picked up because it was recommended to me by a friend in high school, so it has been a while since I’ve read it. However, since the movie adaptation was released in 2020, I figured now would be a good time to post my review on the novel. (This bookContinue reading “Book Review: All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven”

NetGalley Book Review: The Art of Prophecy by Wesley Chu

Surprise! I know I usually post three times a month (on the 1st, 15th and 28th or 29th of every month for those who are unaware) but today instead of reorganising my scheduled posts I thought of surprising my lovely audience with a bonus book review this month. The book that I will be reviewingContinue reading “NetGalley Book Review: The Art of Prophecy by Wesley Chu”

A List Of My Favourite Authors

Let me just say that scrolling through my Goodreads and going through all the books I’ve read really took longer than it should. It’s no secret that I love reading and that I do read a lot (I read 80 books in 2020, 60 books in 2021 and 80 books in 2022), but when itContinue reading “A List Of My Favourite Authors”

Book Review: The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli

This was a novel I discovered after purchasing my first ever book subscription box from Litjoy Crate a few years ago. I don’t buy monthly subscriptions from book subscription services very often (the most recent was OwlCrate’s January 2022 Box, which I reviewed here). I won’t go through all the other bookish items I received in myContinue reading “Book Review: The Last Namsara by Kristen Ciccarelli”

My Favourite Dystopian Novels

Since I’ve reviewed some of the most popular dystopian novels previously on my blog, I thought now would be a great time to make a short list of some of my all-time favourite dystopian novels. When dystopian novels were popular back in 2014, I read a lot of dystopian novels. Why? I don’t really know,Continue reading “My Favourite Dystopian Novels”

Book Review: The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu

This was a novel I did not expect to fall in love with. Okay, to be fair I say that with all most all the novels I read, but this time I actually mean it! Historical fiction is a genre I don’t necessarily reach for when I’m in a reading rut, so I was trulyContinue reading “Book Review: The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu”