A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire (Blood and Ash #2) by Jennifer L. Armentrout

A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire (Blood and Ash #2) by Jennifer L. Armentrout A Betrayal… Everything Poppy has ever believed in is a lie, including the man she was falling in love with. Thrust among those who see her as a symbol of a monstrous kingdom, she barely knows who she is without theContinue reading “A Kingdom of Flesh and Fire (Blood and Ash #2) by Jennifer L. Armentrout”

Ruined King (Night Elves Trilogy #2) by C.N. Crawford

Ruined King (Night Elves Trilogy #2) by C.N. Crawford I’ve restored my soul, but now I’m trapped in the Citadel, separated from Ali. Worse, she believes I’ve betrayed her. And she’s desperate to kill me. Even as I work to save her, a great reckoning between the tribes of Elves threatens to ruin my plans.Continue reading “Ruined King (Night Elves Trilogy #2) by C.N. Crawford”

The Rook (Twisted Kingdoms #2) by Frost Kay

The Rook (Twisted Kingdoms #2) by Frost Kay The Dark Court is no place for a lady. After tricking the king, Tempest has finally won her prize – a place on the king’s council – but it comes with a steep price. The monarch wishes for her to once again infiltrate the Jester’s Dark CourtContinue reading “The Rook (Twisted Kingdoms #2) by Frost Kay”

Infernal Dark (Bright Wicked #3) by Everly Frost

Infernal Dark (Bright Wicked #3) by Everly Frost One death.Two broken hearts.Three fates hang in the balance. When Nathaniel Shield chose to make the ultimate sacrifice to protect Aura Lucidia, neither of them could have predicted the truth and lies that their heartbreak would reveal. Now, faced with the knowledge of her real power, AuraContinue reading “Infernal Dark (Bright Wicked #3) by Everly Frost”

August Wrap Up

My goal for August was for 50% of the books I read to be about minority characters who are underrepresented in media. Whether this be POC, people with disabilities, learning disorders, LGBTQ+, etc. Though this is not surprising at all, but I really liked most of these stories and I loved reading about the differentContinue reading “August Wrap Up”

Popular YA Books I Didn’t Like

Anyone ever read great reviews about a book/ series, where everyone is rating it 5 stars and can’t stop talking about it? Then, you buy the book or entire series in one go (because if everyone loves it, you obviously will too right?) and then can’t stand the book(s)? I use to do this allContinue reading “Popular YA Books I Didn’t Like”

Highest Rated Books I’ve Read (according to Goodreads)

I am, unfortunately, hit and miss about giving a rating to books I’ve read. If I am writing a review for it here then it obviously gets rated and my review posted on Goodreads, but most of the time, the only thing I change is the status to read. I don’t even usually change itContinue reading “Highest Rated Books I’ve Read (according to Goodreads)”

Most Popular Books I’ve Read (according to Goodreads)

You know on your Goodreads profile, there’s a page to see your “Year in Books.” It not only shows you all the books you’ve read that year (as the title implies) but also the shortest book, longest book, highest ranked, most popular, and least popular book you read that year. If you haven’t guessed byContinue reading “Most Popular Books I’ve Read (according to Goodreads)”

July Wrap Up

July Wrap Up is here! and of course I read loads of books, because what else is there to do in quarantine? By a Threat by Lucy Score Game of Shadows by Amanda K. Bryne Fair Catch by Jessica Ruddick False Start by Jessica Ruddick Broken Throne by Victoria Aveyard Kiss Me by Susan MalleryContinue reading “July Wrap Up”

Worst Book to Movie Adaptations

Hola my fellow readers. I started a new series the other day themed Book to Movie adaptions. My previous post was about My Favorite Adaptations, so now let’s talk about the worst ones. Let’s be real, there’s a lot so I tried to narrow it down to just a few. I also really wanted toContinue reading “Worst Book to Movie Adaptations”

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