Mr. Dickens And His Carol by Samantha Silva | Book Review

Mr. Dickens And His Carol by Samantha Silva is just the ticket when you’ve finished listening to Tim Curry narrate A Christmas Carol, have already watched The Muppet Christmas Carol 10 times in December and just need something different. This book does not retell A Christmas Carol. Instead, it imagines the writing of the famous book and […]

Girls Made Of Snow And Glass by Melissa Bashardoust | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Girls Made Of Snow And Glass by Melissa Bashardoust? Girls Made Of Snow And Glass by Melissa Bashardoust absolutely appeals to me because it is a feminist retelling of Snow White (at least that is my impression). I felt like this book was completely up my alley. I saw it […]

Hocus Pocus And The All-New Sequel | AW Jantha | Review

Witch, please! I was actually really excited to get my hands on and read through Hocus Pocus And The All-New Sequel by AW Jantha. Normally I am not a huge fan of movie novelizations. They just are not my thing at all. However, nostalgia hits pretty hard. I am absolutely a child who grew up during […]

Strange Grace by Tessa Gratton | DNF Review

Why’d I Pick This Book To Read? Strange Grace by Tessa Gratton is the kind of book that makes me think of fall. The storyline looks dark. The setting and writing is quite atmospheric. Also, there are witches. I thought I would enjoy this because a long time ago, I liked Gratton’s Blood Magic book. Unfortunately, […]

I Believe In A Thing Called Love by Maurene Goo | Book Review

I Believe In A Thing Called Love by Maurene Goo hits ALL the right spots for me. Initially, I had this book on my want to read list but had to bump it up when trusted blogger Jamie at The Perpetual Page Turner recommended Goo’s books as great for people who loved To All The Boys […]

Sadie by Courtney Summers | Book Review

Sadie by Courtney Summers is her best book so far. I mean, I love all of her books and how complicated and messy the main characters are. She really takes these big leaps in her books – like with This Is Not A Test. So, I seriously could not wait to see how Summers’ writing abilities […]