The TBR Pile of DOOM!

Greetings! I have decided to show you all an update on my books. I bring you: The TBR pile of DOOM!~ Ok, maybe not so much. People ask why I always have a book handy and this is why. I decided to make this post to show you a little more about myself! How many…

[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…

[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] Throne of Glass

I have finally read Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas. This was her debut novel and it was amazing! I thought this was her second series but I was wrong! The introduction was great and captured my attention in the best way. Celaena’s character had me asking what mysteries she would uncover and was…

[REVIEW] The Golden Compass

This adventure is about Lyra and her dæmon Pantalaimon. To begin, Dæmons are an extension of the human soul which take the form of an animal. They have the ability to transform into any animal until they settle on one in the beginning of puberty. This is such a unique idea that the story revolves…

[REVIEW] Seraphina

A Summary To begin, Seraphina is an entryway into a thoroughly planned out world containing dragon and humankind. The characters were thought out and development was superb! The book does well as a stand alone but a sequel has been published. Rachel Hartman introduces us to Seraphina, our protagonist and forbidden spawn of a dragon…

[REVIEW] The Sinner

The Sinner To begin, this book is quite triggering. It isn’t a psychological thriller for no reason. The Sinner by Petra Hammesfahr is not for the feint of heart. The story begins with Cora, the main character, going out to a day on the beach. She had planned to kill herself this day but for…

[REVIEW] A Secret History of Witches

A Secret History Of Witches by Louisa Morgan This book follows the tale of the power of witchcraft passed down from generation to generation. Stemming from one grandmother and escaping from France, the story begins with Nannette and her entry to witch-hood. From there we see how the power is passed on to the next…