YA Book Review

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

"The Ice Court had been built to withstand an onslaught of armies, assassins, Grisha, and spies. When she'd said as much to Kaz, he'd simply replied, 'But it hasn't been built to keep us out." (Bardugo, p. 134). Six of Crows is a fast paced, action packed adventure that is sure to thrill you! Think… Continue reading Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

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“Books I’ll Probably Never Read” Tag

Happy Monday Lovlies! Today I am doing the "Books I'll Never Read" tag, tagged by the awesome Fuzzy Bookworm. Go check out her blog and give her some love! A hyped book you're not going to read: Probably The Flame In The Mist because it had gotten so much hype and now has a lot… Continue reading “Books I’ll Probably Never Read” Tag

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The “Get To Know You” Book Tag and Mini Review on Pan by K.R. Thompson

Happy Friday everybody! Today I decided to tag myself in The Get To Know You Book Tag I saw posted on Sydney's Shelves Blog. We are unaware of who created this lovely tag, so if you know who, please link them in a comment.  1. What's your favorite book? At the moment my favorite book… Continue reading The “Get To Know You” Book Tag and Mini Review on Pan by K.R. Thompson

YA Book Review

Red Riding Hood by Sarah Blakley-Cartwright

"Once upon a time there was a girl, and there was a wolf." (Cartwright). Red Riding Hood will take you on an enchanting journey in to a village haunted by a wolf. It is full of danger, passion, and betrayal. This retelling will feel like the true story of Little Red Riding Hood. It is… Continue reading Red Riding Hood by Sarah Blakley-Cartwright

YA Book Review

The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden

"...though the story of Frost was an old tale, and they had all heard it many times before." (Arden, p. 5). The Bear and the Nightingale will immerse you in to a world of Russian folklore and faerie tales. This story will feel old and familiar, all at once. It is magical and lyrical and… Continue reading The Bear and the Nightingale by Katherine Arden

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DNF – The Crooked Boy by Moses Barraza – Spoilers Ahead

I knew the day would come when I would finally be able to say that I did not finish a book. I am usually quite determined to finish a book I start, and I made it 68% of the way through this one, so I feel like I read enough of it to write a… Continue reading DNF – The Crooked Boy by Moses Barraza – Spoilers Ahead