The Gilded Wolves Review

And oops, won't you look at that. I skipped a Thursday. I'm terribly sorry but life got a little hectic and I was hectic with it. So without further ado, The Gilded Wolves by Roshani Chokshi. I picked this book up because I saw it on somebody's Youtube channel (right now, I can't remember who) … Continue reading The Gilded Wolves Review

The Lost Sisters by Holly Black

I've just gone through a binge of the Folk of Air series (Book 1 is The Cruel Prince and Book 2 is Wicked King both of which have reviews up on this blog, just click their respective titles) and this is the novella was released to supplement it. The lost sisters retells a lot of … Continue reading The Lost Sisters by Holly Black

Wicked King review

And here we are, just a few weeks ago, I reviewed Cruel Prince (click here for that review) and I've already gotten through the second book. I just keep surprising myself. The year of YA fantasy continues on with Wicked King by Holly Black, the sequel to Cruel Prince by Holly Black. This story picks … Continue reading Wicked King review

Consumerism in the book community (#5 Discussion)

I haven't done a discussion in a little while, I thought that perhaps now would be a good time to bring out a new one. Now, I know that book lovers love books. it would be hypocritical of me to say that I don't own over a hundred books and I'm not building a miniature … Continue reading Consumerism in the book community (#5 Discussion)

Children of Blood and Bone review

I did a Halfway thoughts on this book about two weeks ago, if you haven't read that click here to go check it out. I will be repeating some of the things that I said that side but for the most part, I won't repeat myself too much. Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi … Continue reading Children of Blood and Bone review

Books I read in 2019 #1

This is the part where I admit that I don't have enough thoughts on these books to make a full review but I still read them nonetheless in the past month or so. Today, I've got two books for your reading pleasure. All the other books I've read this year have their own reviews and … Continue reading Books I read in 2019 #1

Half-way thoughts #1: Children of Blood and Bone

This is a new idea that I just had (ten seconds ago) and I decided to make it a thing. So what are¬†HALF-WAY¬†THOUGHTS? And I will tell you, dear reader of this post. These are me just talking about being around the middle of a book and my thoughts on the book so far. Because … Continue reading Half-way thoughts #1: Children of Blood and Bone

My favourite healthy relationships in YA literature

Over the years, as a reader, I have read many books with romances in them. Some of them have not been healthy at all but some have been. This is a list, no particular order of such romances. Now a lot of these books aren't just YA romance's because I tend to find those boring. … Continue reading My favourite healthy relationships in YA literature

Reading Slump (book discussion #4)

Reading books is hard work. Can we all just agree on the fact that sometimes reading, no matter how much you love it, can be nearly impossible? As of recently, I went back to school after a wonderful december holiday in which I read quite a bit. I started off this new year shaky and … Continue reading Reading Slump (book discussion #4)