“Sorcery of Thorns” by Margaret Rogerson

4/5 stars This book had my name written all over it so of course I had to read it! A book about books and libraries and the girl who was raised in them… you might as well have written my name across the cover with a bright flashing sign screaming, “READ THIS!” And for theContinue reading ““Sorcery of Thorns” by Margaret Rogerson”

“Crave” by Tracy Wolff

Beautiful. Bloody. Broken. Brilliant. Bewitching. Those are just a few words to describe this book but I’m not sure if I’ll ever have enough. I took one look at the cover and I just knew I was going to love this book. And wow, it still blew my mind and exceeded all my expectations. IContinue reading ““Crave” by Tracy Wolff”

“Shielded” by KayLynn Flanders

4/5 stars I received this book as an ARC and I’m voluntarily leaving a review. Three words: short and sweet! I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book which somewhat caught me off guard. I had seen reviews of people saying that the pacing was too fast, but I would actually disagree. I think the pacing wasContinue reading ““Shielded” by KayLynn Flanders”

“The Prince and the Poisoner” by Helena Rookwood

5/5 stars I’m not sure where to even begin with this review. I’m voluntarily reviewing this book as I was given an ARC for it. I requested this ARC because of the beautiful cover and the fact it mentioned fae, a fantastically magical carnival, and the title hinted at a slight fairytale retelling aspect. IContinue reading ““The Prince and the Poisoner” by Helena Rookwood”

“All the Stars and Teeth” by Adalyn Grace

“A pirate, a princess, a stowaway, and a mermaid.” As princess, Amora wants nothing more than to rule her kingdom and take care of her people. However, in order to prove she’s worthy of being the queen, she has to pass a test in front of many of her people. This should be easy; she’sContinue reading ““All the Stars and Teeth” by Adalyn Grace”

“What I Like About You” by Marisa Kanter

“The flowers are dead, I’m surrounded by orange, and a suitcase has been disemboweled in the search for a phone charger.” I’m a firm believer that the first line of a book is incredibly important. This one caught my interest and before I knew it, I was face-to-face with a main character who might asContinue reading ““What I Like About You” by Marisa Kanter”

“The Way of the Househusband,” Vol.1 Review

3/5 stars This was a short, fun read! A former yakuza (basically means a really powerful gangster) has now left his notorious legacy behind and is now taking on a new daunting mission–the mission of being a househusband! With his wife being a dedicated businesswoman, he is left to take care of the chores likeContinue reading ““The Way of the Househusband,” Vol.1 Review”

“The Phantom’s Curse” by Shelley Wilson

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.3.5/5 stars Let me start off by saying that this is probably not the kind of book I would normally choose to read. I think it was probably intended for a slightly younger audience than myself. However, despite the fact that this bookContinue reading ““The Phantom’s Curse” by Shelley Wilson”

“Spy x Family, Vol. 1” Review

I received an ARC of this manga from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This was honestly one of the most enjoyable mangas I have ever read. I know it is only the first volume, but I am already so invested into this series. As I was reading, I was mostly laughing hysterically! TheContinue reading ““Spy x Family, Vol. 1” Review”

“The Court of Miracles” by Kester Grant

I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was first intrigued when this book was said to be similar to Six of Crows and Les Miserables as those are two of my favorite things. However, I had also been concerned that this would just be a poor remake ofContinue reading ““The Court of Miracles” by Kester Grant”

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