Truthwitch by Susan Dennard | Book Review

Truthwitch by Susan Dennard kicks off her Witchlands series which is quite a departure from Something Strange And Deadly and I am totally down with this. I mean, I enjoyed Something Strange And Deadly, however, there’s just something about witches and fantasy books that really gets me. One awesome thing about this book is that I read […]

The Accidental Highwayman by Ben Tripp | Book Review

In theory, I should have loved The Accidental Highwayman: Being The Tale Of Kit Bristol, His Horse Midnight, A Mysterious Princess And Sundry Magical Persons Besides by Ben Tripp.

The Rithmatist | Brandon Sanderson | Book Review

I am forever and always a fangirl of Brandon Sanderson. There are very, very few of his books that I have not read yet, not including the Wheel of Time books that he wrote when taking over for the deceased Robert Jordan. You guys, this dude, this writer has an AMAZING imagination. He builds these […]

Girl of Nightmares Kendare Blake Book Review

Girl of Nightmares by Kendare Blake picks up a few months after Anna Dressed in Blood concluded yet Cas still hasn’t been able to move on from what happened. He is racked with guilt and confused about the emotions that he is feeling regarding Anna. Oh, and there is also the fact that he is […]

Dark Companion Marta Acosta Book Review

Marta Acosta’s young adult debut Dark Companion certainly has an interesting concept for the plot to be built around.  Jane Williams, a foster kid living in the ghetto of Helmsdale, is offered the chance of a lifetime – a full ride scholarship and living allowance at the Birch Grove school, a posh private academy for […]

Anna Dressed In Blood Kendare Blake Book Review

THIS IS AN ALLISON REVIEW <3 “Just your average boy-meets-girl, girl-kills-people story.” This is the tagline for Anna Dressed in Blood by Kendare Blake. Maybe it’s because I don’t really have much experience with ‘boy-meets-girl, girl-kills-people’ type of stories but honestly I didn’t find ANYTHING average about it. The prose is exquisitely beautiful and pulled me […]