I haven’t been reviewing most of my purchased books lately – just the ones I get for review. So I figured I’d do a quick wrap-up of some of my last reads of books I purchased.
Cat wasn’t the badass I hoped for in Heart on Fire; she was riddled with repetitive insecurities that didn’t feel like they “fit” into the third and final book.
The bulk of Unearthed was only so-so for me, which was pretty disappointing given how much I lusted after this book at BookExpo. I did like both of the main characters, so that was a plus. I didn’t love the romance though. I think because […]
2017 was an awesome reading year for me. I’m going to share my favourite books, my my top re-reads, the biggest disappointments, then polish the post off with a bunch of cool reading stats. Favourite books 2017 started out with me addicted to sci-fi. The […]
I was a bit worried when I first started The Cruel Prince. Its depiction of fae being dark and twisted isn’t my favourite. It’s Wonderland-esque. I prefer “light”, principled, honour-bound fae.
Ever since I started university, I almost completely stopped buying physical books. While living in a small dorm room, then small apartments, I simply didn’t have the space to store any more physical books. But in September, my husband and I bought our very first […]
Do you ever reread books you didn’t finish? Sometimes I wonder if I just wasn’t in the right mood for them. Here are 9 books I’d like to give a second chance.
There are soooo many incredible looking books for 2018! This post only includes books that have final covers available or at least some pretty temporary cover art. There are still plenty of awesome books that don’t have their covers yet! (*cough* final Throne of Glass […]
I really enjoyed The Sea King, but I’ll confess I’m disappointed I wasn’t able to give it 5 stars. I had to dock a star for two key reasons…
I used to review every single book I read. I didn’t force myself to do it, I just did it naturally. I had no problem sitting down to write a review the second I finished reading. Usually I was eager to get my thoughts out […]