Hello everyone! After recently going on Royal Caribbean's Grandeur of the Seas I have decided to start typing up my reviews of the ships that I have been on. This is to help you choose the types of cruise you are looking for and which one you will get more bang for you buck for... Continue Reading →
Title: Crescent City: House of Earth and Blood Author: Sarah J. Maas Pages: 803 Genre: Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Romance Rating: 5 out of 5 stars This is the fantasy detective novel you never knew you needed This wonderful novel follows Bryce Quinlan-- a half fae- half human who lives in Crescent City with her... Continue Reading →
Another standalone novel from the author of Four Dead Queens. This novel follows Tempest and her fight to find out the truth. Why had her sister lied about her parents death? There was only one problem. Her sister is dead. But on the island of Palindromena, the dead are able to come back to life, but only for 24 hours. When things get a little out of hand, Tempest will find there is a lot more to life than SHES ever known before
What would you do if there was an unknown outbreak on the other side of the world? . You most likely wouldn’t even know it was even happening. Well unfortunately for Theo Bishop, his brother is somehow at the very center of an outbreak of some virus that kills at a 100% mortality rate now. How and why this is, you will eventually find out (but of course not until the very last 10 pages).
Title: The Rose and The Dagger Author: Renee Ahdieh Pages: 433 Genre: Romance, Action & Adventure Rating: 5 out of 5 stars This is the second novel of this duology. Please CLICK HERE for my review of the first book The Wrath and The Dawn. I loved the first book so much I went on... Continue Reading →
Good morning, everyone! I decided to include both my wrap up for February and do my March TBR in one post! Wrapping up with February I ended up reading 9 book in total, 4 of the books I had on my February TBR list! I passed on Misty and Crooked Kingdom and I DNFd Everless.... Continue Reading →
Every morning, the Caliph kills his wife till the next day when he will wed again and begin the cycle anew. When Shahrzad's best friend is unlucky enough to be one of the his wives, Shahrzad volunteers herself in order to get her revenge. She will kill him for the sake of her best friend and those who have died before her. But when he lets her live to see not just one more day, Shahrzad begins to question why did the girl's before her even have to die? What more will Shahrzad learn from this 'evil king'?
Title: The Night CircusAuthor: Erin Morgenstern Pages: 508Genre: Fantasy, Historical(?)Rating: 3 out of 5 stars"The circus arrives without warning."This story follows the mystical and wonders that go on behind the scenes at the magical Night Circus. There is more to this festive attraction that meets the eye. A bet that has continued for millennia and the... Continue Reading →
Welcome to The Kingdom™. A wonderful amusement park where people come from all over just to see the seven princesses. But, these are not ordinary princesses, they are hybrid robots and humans and were made for human happiness only. When Ana, our lovely main character and one of the princesses, is convicted of murder, we read on as her trial melds with her truths and hidden inside is a deeper secret that The Kingdom™ doesn't want getting out.
Title: Obsidio (Illuminae #3) Author: Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff Pages: 615 Genre: Scifi, Fantasy, action & Adventure Rating: 4 out of 5 stars This is the third book of the series. please click here for reviews of Book One: Illuminae and Book Two: Gemina. We begin the book as all of the books have... Continue Reading →
Title: Gemina Author: Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff Pages: 659 Genre: Scifi, Fantasy, Rating: 3 out of 5 stars This is the second book in the series, please click here to read my review of Illuminae. Gemina may be the second book in the series but we do not continue with the Kady and... Continue Reading →
As for this tag, it was created by GirlReading and it’s basically just a bunch of random book-related questions which I think I’ve never addressed before on my blog. Please see below for your entertainment! E-Book or Physical Book? I definitely prefer Physical Books! Ebooks are great and so convenient for me but I always get distracted... Continue Reading →