Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge | Book Review

Crimson Bound by Rosamund Hodge is a book that I 100% wanted to read sooner than I did. Yet, somehow, other books kept coming before that. Finally, I could take the temptation no more and whipped it off the shelf – right when I really had no obligations except to hurry up and wait for […]

Given To The Sea by Mindy McGinnis | Book Review

Given To The Sea by Mindy McGinnis is one of those books that just IMMEDIATELY appealed to me. The cover is so gorgeous. I am a big fan of the color palette used as well as the font. I’ve read Mindy McGinnis’s Not A Drop To Drink duology and very much enjoyed it. Plus, I like […]

A Clash Of Kings | George RR Martin | Book Review

A Clash Of Kings by George RR Martin is a book that I have had on my need to write the review list since December 2013. Three and a half years later, here we are with a sort of review. I can’t say this will be a lengthy review or very objective. However, if you […]

The Slow Regard Of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss | Novella Review

The Slow Regard Of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss is a book that I read during a Dewey 24 Hour Readathon. Essentially, I picked it for the readathon because it was short. Also, somehow I had not yet made time to read it, despite its connection with one of my favorite fantasy series. On the […]

Of Fire And Stars by Audrey Coulthurst | Book Review

Of Fire And Stars by Audrey Coulthurst is definitely a unicorn of a book, at least thus far in my reading experiences. It is a young adult standalone fantasy novel with two girls who fall in love. I mean, the standalone bit on its own is enough to qualify this is a unique experience. Then […]

Ravage by Jeff Sampson | DNF Book Review

Why Did I Pick This Book To Read? Ravage by Jeff Sampson is the third book in the Deviants series – following Vesper and Havoc. I genuinely enjoyed Vesper. Following that, Havoc was just sort of okay. However, I had hope that Ravage would be an improvement and that the second book just fell victim to that whole middle in […]