The Orphan Of Cemetery Hill by Hester Fox | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Orphan Of Cemetery Hill by Hester Fox? Previously, I had listened to The Witch Of Willow Hall, Hester Fox’s debut and just fell for its spooky gothic vibes. The Orphan Of Cemetery Hill seemed to also promise vibes that would be spooky and gothic. I just knew I had to give […]

The Nature of Fragile Things by Susan Meissner | Book Review

I love that feeling of being swept away by a book. The Nature Of Fragile Things by Susan Meissner was one of the first books that swept me away this year. Meissner is an author I am fast coming to really appreciate. After all, I really enjoyed The Last Year Of The War and Stars Over Sunset Boulevard. […]

These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong | Book Review

I am always down for a good re-telling. Now, when we add in 1920s Shanghai, Shakespeare, and madness? I simply cannot resist. These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong is an excellent young adult historical fantasy. Personally, I devoured this book and cannot stop recommending it. Also? I wish I had the second book right this instant. […]

Why You Should Read Margaret George’s Nero Duology

The Confessions Of Young Nero by Margaret George I feel as though 2020 might just be my year of long and meaty books. The Confessions Of Young Nero by Margaret George kicks this off for me. You see, I lowered my Goodreads challenge goal by about 50 books so I would not be nervous to take […]

9 Books That Will Give You The Feels

When I am reading a book, my number one requirement is to feel something – whether it is for a romance, excitement for the plot or a sense of place. I need to get some kind of emotion for what I am reading. It is why I love young adult books so much. However, as […]

Last Christmas In Paris by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb | Audiobook Review

What Did I Think Of Last Christmas In Paris by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb? I am so glad I listened to Last Christmas In Paris by Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb. I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect – except that this book is set during World War I and takes places through letters. As […]