Most Powerful Quotes From ‘Pet’ by Awaeke Emezi

This is a book that needs to be heard. Name: Pet Author: Awaeke Emezi Published: 2019 Pet is here to hunt a monster.Are you brave enough to look? There are no more monsters anymore, or so the children in the city of Lucille are taught. With doting parents and a best friend named Redemption, JamContinue reading “Most Powerful Quotes From ‘Pet’ by Awaeke Emezi”

Feminist Fairytales: ‘The Language Of Thorns’ Review

Some of the stories were dark Name: The Language Of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic Author: Leigh Bardugo Illustrator: Sara Kipin Published: 2017 Love speaks in flowers. Truth requires thorns. A collection of six lavishly illustrated stories filled with betrayals, romance and revenge. Travel to a world of dark bargains struck by moonlight, ofContinue reading “Feminist Fairytales: ‘The Language Of Thorns’ Review”

Don’t Judge A Book By It’s Age Rating: Silver On The Tree Review

Name: Silver On The Tree (Book Five Of TheDark Is Rising Sequence) Author: Susan Cooper Published: 1977 The six servants of the Light – the Drew children, Will, Bran and the mysterious Merriman – have reached their last, desperate fight against the forces of the Dark. They face one final, daunting task: to find theContinue reading “Don’t Judge A Book By It’s Age Rating: Silver On The Tree Review”

Top Ten Tuesday: Predicting Plots Of Books On My TBR

Hey everyone! This week’s prompt was a cover freebie, so I figured I’d try and tackle something I know I do every time I buy a new book! The tag was originally created by The Broke and the Bookish but is now hosted over at That Artsy Reader Girl. If you’ve given it a go,Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday: Predicting Plots Of Books On My TBR”

Badass Bone Nuns: Harrow the Ninth Review

Hey everyone! I went back to school this week, (which was very strange) but I’ll be posting less frequently. Hope you enjoy 🙂 Name: Harrow the Ninth Author: Tamsyn Muir Published: 2020 She answered the Emperor’s call.She arrived with her arts, her wits, and her only friend.In victory, her world has turned to ash. HarrowharkContinue reading “Badass Bone Nuns: Harrow the Ninth Review”

#S4S: Harry Potter Characters That Deserved Better

Snape is not on this list. The original prompt for this week was ‘clever characters’, but that didn’t give me much inspiration. Then, I thought of ‘Charatcers that deserved better’… but baisically all of my characters were by J.K Rowling. So, now I bring you six Harry Potter characters that deserved so much more –Continue reading “#S4S: Harry Potter Characters That Deserved Better”

The End Of An Era: Death Sets Sail

Robin Stevens is MEAN. Name: Death Sets Sail Author: Robin Stevens Published: 2020 Daisy Wells and Hazel Wong are in Egypt, where they are taking a cruise along the Nile. They are hoping to see some ancient temples and a mummy or two; what they get, instead, is murder.  Also travelling on the SS Hatshepsut is aContinue reading “The End Of An Era: Death Sets Sail”

Clary Fray Is Not My Bae (City of Bones Review)

I finally started ‘The Mortal Instruments’… and I hate it. Name: City of Bones Author: Cassandra Clare Published: 2007 When fifteen-year-old Clary Fray heads out to the Pandemonium Club in New York City, she hardly expects to witness a murder― much less a murder committed by three teenagers covered with strange tattoos and brandishing bizarreContinue reading “Clary Fray Is Not My Bae (City of Bones Review)”

King of Scars

Name: King Of Scars Author: Leigh Bardugo Published: 2019 Face your demons . . . or feed them. Nikolai Lantsov has always had a gift for the impossible. No one knows what he endured in his country’s bloody civil war – and he intends to keep it that way. Now, as enemies gather at hisContinue reading “King of Scars”

The Camelot Years

So. Recently, I’ve been rereading ‘The School For Good and Evil’ series, and I can finally say that I’m onto The Camelot Years (click here for the adult references I found whilst reading the first three). Now, whilst I was originally opposed to the idea of even more books, I can’t say that I hatedContinue reading “The Camelot Years”