Recent Release Reviews: Ace Of Spades

Okay, Ace Of Spades was ‘recently released’ when I planned this post, but I forgot to factor in the time it would take to actually read and then review it. And… now it’s September. But that in no way takes away from how spine chillingly brilliant Ace Of Spades was. Name: Ace Of Spades Author:Continue reading “Recent Release Reviews: Ace Of Spades”

Spoiler-Free Review! Any Way The Wind Blows

Words cannot express how much I love these characters. But I will try. Name: Any Way The Wind Blows Author: Rainbow Rowell Published: 6th July 2021 Any Way the Wind Blows takes the gang back to England, back to Watford, and back to their families for their longest and most emotionally wrenching adventure yet. For Simon,Continue reading “Spoiler-Free Review! Any Way The Wind Blows”

One Last Stop: Is It Worth The Hype?

YES, YES, A MILLION TIMES YES. Name: One Last Stop Author: Casey McQuiston Published: 2021 For cynical twenty-three-year-old August, moving to New York City is supposed to prove her right: that things like magic and cinematic love stories don’t exist, and the only smart way to go through life is alone. She can’t imagine howContinue reading “One Last Stop: Is It Worth The Hype?”

The End Of The Grishaverse? Rule Of Wolves Review

Hanne Brum and Nina Zenik are my new OTP and they deserve all the waffles in the world. Name: Rule Of Wolves Author: Leigh Bardugo Published: 2021 The Demon King. As Fjerda’s massive army prepares to invade, Nikolai Lantsov will summon every bit of his ingenuity and charm—and even the monster within—to win this fight. ButContinue reading “The End Of The Grishaverse? Rule Of Wolves Review”

Comfort Books – They Both Die At The End

Seeing as it’s the weekend, I thought I’d try something different and subject you to the ranting of someone who’s just finished They Both Die At The End by Adam Silvera… for the third or fourth time. I’ve lost count! Undeniably, it’s one of the best books I’ve ever read and is an ineffably beautifulContinue reading “Comfort Books – They Both Die At The End”

Jane Austen Investigates: The Abbey Mystery

A big thanks to the publishers for providing me with Julia Golding’s new childrens mystery through Netgalley – it was such a fun read! Name: Jane Austen Investigates: The Abbey Mystery Author: Julia Golding Release Date: 23/4/2021 It’s 1789 and a young Jane Austen turns detective as she seeks to solve the mysterious happenings atContinue reading “Jane Austen Investigates: The Abbey Mystery”

The Night Circus

Only Erin Morgenstern could make me smile so much with just ‘The circus arrives without warning‘. Name: The Night Circus Author: Erin Morgenstern Published: 2011 The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it. It is simply there, when yesterday it was not. Within the black-and-white striped canvas tents is an utterly unique experience fullContinue reading “The Night Circus”

From Blood And Ash: Book Review

One good one thing came out of 2020… this book 😎 Name: From Blood And Ash Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout Published: 2020 Song: Ashes by Stellar A Maiden…Chosen from birth to usher in a new era, Poppy’s life has never been her own. The life of the Maiden is solitary. Never to be touched. NeverContinue reading “From Blood And Ash: Book Review”

2 AMAZING Arc Graphic Novels

So, as you might know, I’m pretty new to the whole ARC thing. Whilst it’s amazing to have all these gorgeous books available (and not so amazing that I now have deadlines for reading), I hadn’t yet hit a 5 star book. I hadn’t read an ARC that made me want to cry my eyesContinue reading “2 AMAZING Arc Graphic Novels”

Crier’s War’ Is Like Sapphic Star Wars: A Book Review

This was a disappointing read 🙁 Name: Crier’s War Author: Nina Varela Published: 2019 Impossible love between two girls —one human, one Made. A love that could birth a revolution. After the War of Kinds ravaged the kingdom of Rabu, the Automae, Designed to be the playthings of royals, took over the estates of their ownersContinue reading “Crier’s War’ Is Like Sapphic Star Wars: A Book Review”