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 […]

The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater? The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater is the final book in her Raven Cycle series so OBVIOUSLY I had to read it. I had to find out what happens to Blue, Gansey, Ronan, Adam, and Noah. After spending three books with these characters, I […]

Seven Realms by Cinda Williams Chima | Series Review

The Demon King is the book that kicks off the┬áSeven Realms series by Cinda Williams Chima. It is also the book that launched 1000 obsessions. For real though I am obsessed with this series and am SO glad that I finally decided to read it on a bit of whim. You see, Carla (formerly of […]

Assassin’s Heart by Sarah Ahiers | Book Review

Assassin’s Heart by Sarah Ahiers looks to be an intriguing sort of book about killer families, with a Romeo and Juliet sort of twist. Thankfully, I read Ahiers debut about a year after the release date, so I feel like I was not filled with preconceived notions or expectations. I do remember that not very […]