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.
Review: The Queen’s Rising by Rebecca Ross
The Queen’s Rising is an interesting kingdom/rebellion story, which thankfully reads like a standalone!
Reign the Earth was everything I hoped it would be!
To be honest, I don’t want to review Reign the Earth. For me it was one of those books that was so perfect that I don’t even want to sit and be objective about it. I don’t want to go over details and pick it apart. I just want to bask in its amazingness and all the beautiful feelings I have about the book.
The first time I read Heir of Fire I gave it 2.5 stars, this time I gave it 5
The first time I read Heir of Fire I gave it 2.5 stars (here’s my first review). But I just did a reread and gave it five stars! I think this is really interesting so I want to talk a bit about why I think […]
Review: Blood Rose Rebellion by Rosalyn Eves
What I liked: Very cool setting! It starts in London and moves to Hungary. Plus we see a few other places along the way (Austria). It was really interesting how magic was intertwined with the class system. The rich get magic, the poor do not. […]
Review: Material Girls by Elaine Dimopoulos
I started out liking Material Girls. I think it had a super powerful message and I could easily draw comparisons to our real lives! It’s like the current fashion world, but multiplied and blasted into the future. You know how there are trends today? Things […]
Review: Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
I need to say right off the bat that THE ENDING KICKS ASS!! It was so exciting, intense, and full of death! OMG! Aaaanyway! There was a bit of a romance/love triangle in Red Queen but it was subtle. I was glad for that because […]
How Could I Have Almost Not Read The Book of Ivy?
I LOVE it when I give a book five stars without hesitation. And to think that I almost didn’t read The Book of Ivy. I saw it on NetGalley. Pass. I saw it in Entangled Teen’s newsletter. Pass. Why the bloody hell did I keep […]
Review: Captive by Aimée Carter
For the most part, I really liked Captive. It was a really good second book in a series and actually felt important (unlike most second books). We had an intense story about Elsewhere, which was really cool to read about! Plus there were more secrets, […]
Review: Talon by Julie Kagawa
Talon wasn’t what I imagined Here’s what I THOUGHT Talon would be: Dragon lore/history Dragons blending in with society to take over government/military/organizations Dragons in disguise assassinating humans Dragon politics, hierarchy, and structure Epic dragon battles and wars Dragon training programs FIREBREATHING Forbidden romance Here’s […]