Book Reviews, Fantasy, Young Adult

Review: Heir of Fire

I will always have a special place in my heart for this book. I love it so much. I will also always remember the first time I read Manon Blackbeak's first POV chapter. She is one of my favourite fictional characters ever. I also really enjoy the plot of this book as a whole. Title:… Continue reading Review: Heir of Fire

Book Reviews, Fantasy, Young Adult

Review: Crown of Midnight

Hi everyone, I recently finished my re-read of Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas. I have to say, I think I enjoyed it even more the second time around. It is so emotional and action packed. Also, it is in this installment that the story and characters start to expand. There is so much… Continue reading Review: Crown of Midnight

Wrap-Up, Young Adult

January Reading Wrap-Up

Hi everyone, Happy February! It's hard to believe it's time for a monthly wrap-up already. January was a solid reading month. I finished 4 books and have 2 that I am currently reading. My first read of the month was The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E Schwab. It was a moving, atmospheric tale… Continue reading January Reading Wrap-Up

Book Reviews, Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult

Review: Throne of Glass

Happy Friday everyone. This week, I finally started my re-read of the Throne of Glass series. I have previously read 5 of the 8 books, but it's been a few years and so I decided I wanted to do a re-read before reading the final 2 books. I always feel like I get so much… Continue reading Review: Throne of Glass

Book Reviews, Fantasy, Romance

Review: Crescent City: House of Earth and Blood

Hi everyone. After seeing it almost every day on the internet since it came out, I finally read Crescent City: House of Earth and Blood. And I have to say, though I've seen some mixed reviews - in my opinion it was worth the hype. I spent almost all of Saturday reading, because I simply… Continue reading Review: Crescent City: House of Earth and Blood

Book Reviews, Fantasy, Young Adult

Review: Legendborn and Discovering CAWPILE

Hi everyone, My second read of 2021 was Legendborn by Tracey Deonn. I had been seeing it all over bookstagram and booktube, so I was thrilled when I logged into Scribd and saw that they had the audiobook available. I loved this book! I have been gushing about it to everyone, even my coworkers, who… Continue reading Review: Legendborn and Discovering CAWPILE

Book Reviews, Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Romance

Review: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

Hi everyone, I know it has been a while since my last post. I've been struggling over the last few years to find the time and energy to read. Between family, work, doing my Master's degree, and the current pandemic situation, it has been a challenge to find much extra time for anything. However, on… Continue reading Review: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue

Book Reviews, Dystopia, Fantasy, Young Adult

Review: Scythe

Hi everyone. I hope that you are all keeping safe and healthy during this covid-19 pandemic. I don't know how everyone else is feeling, but I feel like everything has a really surreal quality right now. My family of 5 and I have been in isolation with our many pets that include a Bernese Mountain… Continue reading Review: Scythe

Book Reviews, Fantasy

Review: Child of a Mad God

Hi everyone. It has been an insane amount of time since my last blog post...almost two years! How is that even possible? To be fair, reading has not been a top priority in the past few years, with work, starting my Master's degree and dealing with someone close to me passing away from a terrible… Continue reading Review: Child of a Mad God

Book Reviews, Historical Fiction, Romance

Review: The Thorn Birds

Hi everyone, Today's review is of The Thorn Birds by Colleen McCullough. Title: The Thorn Birds Author: Colleen McCullough Genre:  YA, Fantasy, Dystopia Publication Date: April 1977 Length: 692 pages Goodreads Rating: 4.23 My Rating: 5/5 -- Goodreads Synopsis: The Thorn Birds is a robust, romantic saga of a singular family, the Clearys. It begins in… Continue reading Review: The Thorn Birds