Book Review

City of Ghosts – Victoria Schwab

Let’s talk about how amazing Victoria Schwab is as a writer and human being. City of Ghosts was released in August this year (2018) and is absolutely a middle grade level book. HOWEVER, it absolutely is suitable for anyone above that reading level as well. I enjoyed every minute. This Read more…

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Book Review

Rule – Ellen Goodlett

Ellen Goodlett is bringing the fantasy drama on fierce! First things first, Thank you so much to Little Brown, Books and Netgalley for providing me a copy of this ARC in exchange for an honest review. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Rule was recently released on September 11, 2018 and Read more…

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Book Review

Wild Hunger – Chloe Neill

Shifters and Fae and Vampires Oh my Chloe Neill! haha This book ended up on my radar when a few friends recommended the Chicagoland Vampire series to me recently. Then I noticed Wild Hunger was being released and it was a ‘spin off’, so I decided to give it a Read more…

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Grace and Fury – Tracy Banghart

I see what you’re doing Tracy Banghart and I’m undecided on it currently. haha First and foremost, I was provided an advance reader copy of Grace and Fury from Little, Brown Books in exchange for an honest review. Grace and Fury is a new Young Adult Fantasy by Tracy Banghart Read more…

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Book Review

Seafire – Natalie C. Parker

Holy Moly Natalie C. Parker! I am beyond impressed right now. Going into this book I was a little underwhelmed due to all the ‘books at sea’ that are being released this year. GO GET THIS BOOK. Seafire was extremely well done. For some background information~ Seafire is scheduled for Read more…

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Ruin and Rising – Grisha

Well the Grisha readathon I’ve done unofficially has come to an end. Leigh Bardugo has created something amazing with the Grisha-verse. And my word! The writing improved even more in this book. I could not put it down. It started strong and kept going for me. The characters….. I finally Read more…

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