The Grisha Trilogy Review

I heard a lot about this trilogy, and every time I entered a bookstore I would see it on the shelves. I was always very reluctant to buy it, for some mysterious reason, but I finally fell by peer pressure and all the beautiful bookstagram pics. I bought the entire trilogy in one go, because … Continue reading The Grisha Trilogy Review

Eternal Darkness; Oblivion (Prologue)

So, I've decided to upload the Prologue to Eternal Darkness; Oblivion. The book is still being edited, so please forgive me if you find any typos or if certain things change once it's published! I'm hoping to publish the second book in the Eternal Darkness Trilogy by the end of Sept! And I will keep … Continue reading Eternal Darkness; Oblivion (Prologue)

Books I did not enjoy in 2016

So here I am again, after repeatedly saying that I was back, to then disappear once again. Why? Well, I could  blame it on life, as I usually do... But let's face it. It's because I am LAZY. Anyhooo... I joined the Goodreads challenge, and it states that I am 9 books ahead of schedule. … Continue reading Books I did not enjoy in 2016

My most recent reads!

I've decided to compile a small list of some of the books I've recently read and enjoyed!Let's see what you guys think and whether or not you've read them and enjoyed them too! So, let's start! First off we have New World Rising by Jennifer Wilson. (Just look at this cover!) I bought this book … Continue reading My most recent reads!

Hex Hall Series Review

I came across this series through Amazon, basically because Amazon loves to track what you buy and decided to recommend this series to me. And I am grateful to you, Amazon, for always knowing what I need. I didn't expect much from this series. I thought it might not be the right age group for … Continue reading Hex Hall Series Review

YA; what we most hate but secretly enjoy…

So everyone who has read YA will probably know some or all of these points. The truth is, most of the time, this sort of thing irritates the crap out of me, but it's reached a point where it's so common for these points to be established in YA books that when it doesn't happen, … Continue reading YA; what we most hate but secretly enjoy…

The List by Siobhan Vivian

So, after reading the Truth about Alice by Jennifer Mathieu, I was in the mood for some more high school drama. I found this book in an airport (for some reason I find a lot of books at airport stores) but never actually sat down to read it. It was an interesting read. Full of … Continue reading The List by Siobhan Vivian

The truth about Alice

The truth about Alice by Jennifer Mathieu is probably the best, or at least one of the best books I've read so far this year. Well, it isn't that difficult considering that 60% of the books so far have been terrible, 30% were 'okay', 5% were actually good and the other 5% haven't been read … Continue reading The truth about Alice

Wither by Lauren Destefano; A Review

What if you knew exactly when you’d die? The first book of The Chemical Garden Trilogy. By age sixteen, Rhine Ellery has four years left to live. A botched effort to create a perfect race has left all males born with a lifespan of 25 years, and females a lifespan of 20 years--leaving the world … Continue reading Wither by Lauren Destefano; A Review

Looking for Alaska, the girl not the state.

I read The Fault in our stars and didn't like it. I then read Paper Towns and thought... meh. Now, because I'm a masochist, I've read yet another book by popular author John Green. And I enjoyed it! To be honest, I didn't expect much from this book, but I started reading and continued and … Continue reading Looking for Alaska, the girl not the state.