Sci-fi is one genre I don't enjoy often, so I rarely read them. But surprisingly, I've already read two satisfyingly amazing sci-fi's this year, and The Infinity Courts is one of them! Reading TIC was like reading pure brilliance, to say the least. It finished me in a way a book has never done before.* … Continue reading ARC Review: The Infinity Courts by Akemi Dawn Bowman // The Dark, Twisty Sci-Fi of Your Dreams!
The above is true. I can thrive on sapphic books alone. But Pinguicha just had to hook me on her premise, lure me in with that gorgeous cover, and knock me out with this sapphic yearning (she heard my cries!). And this book exceeded my expectations greatly. If you hadn't noticed, I absolutely adored A … Continue reading ARC Review: A Curse of Roses by Diana Pinguicha // Beautiful Writing, Sapphic Yearning–All I Need In Life
I finally read this book...and I'm not happy. I mean, I'm glad I did, but let's just say that I was disappointed with this.* I have so many mixed feelings about this, but first, please transport me to Faerieland so I can do the following: stuff my face, smack Cardan, and dance until I can't … Continue reading The Cruel Prince by Holly Black // A Dark Fantasy Ft. Murderous Faeries and Heavenly Food
Wendy Taylor was kidnapped by her real mom, who is a spy for Germany. She is soon renamed Wendy Dekker, American to German. Wendy has to learn German even though she hates what Germany is doing. But, new friends comfort her as she misses her mother and father, who is actually her aunt and uncle, … Continue reading The Watcher by Joan Hiatt Harlow—Book Review
“And he’s right. I should. Keep my mouth shut, swallow my rage. Live to see another day.” Zélie Adebola. An outcast and a warrior. Who wants to take back what the king of Orïsha stole from her. “One day, magic breathed. The next, it died.” The night magic disappeared, everything changed. That night left Zelie … Continue reading Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi–Book Review
“‘When will it be enough?” Celia asks, but there is no reply, and she stands alone amongst the stars.” The Night Circus is a story that moves at a snail’s pace about two illusionists named Celia and Marco who fall in love immediately, midnight dinners, and all too many descriptions of various circus tents. I … Continue reading The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern–Book Review
"No time to waste, nothing to lose. We are remaking the world, nothing less, understand?" Noah and Jude are twins. Artists. And each other. Well, practically. Noah loves drawing, eating pizza, and painting in his head. But no one notices that he's falling in love with the boy next door. Jude is a daredevil, likes … Continue reading I’ll Give You the Sun by Jandy Nelson–Book Review
“Sometimes you make a hundred folds before you see anything take shape.” Just Breathe tells the story of David, a high schooler who is diagnosed with cystic fibrosis (CF), and Jamie, who struggles with depression and volunteers at her mom’s hospital. Both are going through the dark side of life and when their paths cross, … Continue reading Just Breathe by Cammie McGovern – Book Review