ABC Book Challenge ✰ F

I saw this challenge over on The Bibliophagist ♥ I thought I would give it a go and show you all my favorite books. This week, we are up to F (for friends who do stuff together). Just a reminder that the photos may look a little wonky on mobile but hey at least they’re good! ✰…

[BOOK REVIEW] Empire of Storms

Title: Empire of Storms Author: Sarah J. Maas Pages: 693 Genre: Fantasy, Romance, Young Adult, Action & Adventure Rating: 5 out of 5 stars Wow wow wowzzers. Empire of Storms is the Fifth book in the Throne of Glass series and began right where we left Aelin in Queen of Shadows. We follow Aelin as she, yet again,…

[BOOK REVIEW] Till Death

Title: Till Death Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout Pages: 384 Genre: Mystery, Romance, Adult Fiction Rating: 3 out of 5 Stars Ten years ago, Sasha was the only one to escape the notorious serial killer, The Groom. Now, she has returned to her hometown to begin a new life at her family’s Inn. But when Sasha…

[BOOK REVIEW] Warcross

Title: Warcross Author: Marie Lu Pages: 357 Genre: Young Adult, Adventure Fiction, Sports Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars It finally happened! I received an email from Goodreads letting me know that Warcross was on sale for 3$! Of course, I had to jump on this and quickly purchased it. Being excited for this new…

[BOOK REVIEW] Maid For Love

Title: Maid For Love Author: Marie Force Pages: 267 Genre: Romance, Love & Relationships, Contemporary Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars This is a romance novel (if you couldn’t tell by the traditional cover). Maid For Love is written as a “perfect romance” type story. Maddie is a single mother who has made a life…

[BOOK REVIEW] A Natural History Of Dragons

I have had my eye on this book for so long. But, I was on a book ban. Luckily, my husband took pity on me and let me buy it for our honeymoon! Now I read this amazing book on our balcony and can tell you how equally wonderful it is. Written in what seems…

[REVIEW] Birds of Wonder

Another gorgeous novel from Cynthia Robinson. This spin on a mystery/crime story takes the perspective of six different people and weaves them together to show what truly happened that night. For the photo: My mother had just finished showing me her collection of cucumbers and squashes from her bountiful garden when I ran outside. I…

[REVIEW] Good As Gone

Reading the synopsis, this book had me hooked. The first chapter, insta-hooked. The rest of the book, not so much. Good As Gone is a pyscho-mystery akin to that of gone girl in a way. Julie is a young girl taken from her home at a young age. Suddenly, nine years later, Julie appears again…

[REVIEW] That’s NOT What Happened

A warning: This book will show what happens after school shootings and how the victims cope and relive what they experienced. Leanne Bauer was one of six survivors of Virgil County High School‘s shooting. But her story has not been fully told. Now, she is writing a letter to those who need to know the…

[REVIEW] Exile

Do you like Space? Science Fiction? Aliens? Spaceship battles? Well all of this is included in this great book! When scouring the booths of Bookcon, we stumbled upon a booth solely dedicated to Exile. The lady at the booth merely scanned our badges to allow for only one ARC per person, and we were gifted this wonderful…

[REVIEW] Labyrinth Lost

Another great book that I obtained at Bookcon. This time, I can’t place the exact moment I got this book, but I do know that it is a great fictional epic that should be read. To begin, I love the representation in this book. The main character lives in NYC and this book really emphasizes…

[REVIEW] The Butterfly Garden

If you have a liking for the same weird and effed up stories as I do, then this book is right up your alley. It begins with an unnamed girl being interrogated by the police. She and 23 other girls had just been rescued from someone named ‘The Gardener.’ We are then introduced to the…