Children of Blood and Bone deals with some really heavy, intense issues. There are huge topics like privilege, family vs “what’s right”, oppression, and more. It’s not a lighthearted book, and that’s what I loved about it.
These are all the new physical books I got in February! It’s not as epic as my January book haul, but it’s still pretty awesome. This is the end of my crazy book-buying spree though so I know March won’t be anywhere near this big. […]
I’m really disappointed that I didn’t love The City of Brass like I wanted to. It was such a cool setting and the main character was pretty great, but sadly I think information overload weighed me down and massively affected my enjoyment of the book.
To Kill a Kingdom was everything it promised: sirens, kingdoms at war, enemies falling in love, and an interesting look at nature vs nurture.
I was actually fully prepared to give Heart of Iron 4 stars because I enjoyed it a lot, but then I didn’t like how things turned up in the end. I really didn’t like who turned into a bad guy. Ending spoiler: It just kind […]
Is it just me or is 2018 looking to be an AWESOME year of releases? I’ve already read several 2018 releases and loved them, and there are so many more yet to come!
Honor Among Thieves was a good book (and OMG look at that cover!) but sadly I didn’t really connect with it the way I hoped I would. This led to me being indifferent about the book overall. I didn’t love it, but I didn’t hate […]
January was such an awesome month! I got tons of new books and almost every book I read was fabulous. Hopefully February will be just as good. 😉 New books! Above is my physical book haul. It’s pretty insane! This is definitely not going to […]
The Queen’s Rising is an interesting kingdom/rebellion story, which thankfully reads like a standalone!
If you’re a fellow bookworm then odds are you have a huge pile (or several shelves!) of books that you haven’t read yet. Below are 15 books that have been in my TBR pile for at least two years (some far longer!). 1) Bitterblue (Graceling […]