Grace & Fury is a product of the era where YA books were mass-produced.
After many years of waiting, few words could describe the excitement I felt as I finally held this book in my hands. The cover and its colour scheme are gorgeous, hinting at the content it contained and promising great things.
After being occupied with this book for nearly 4 months, I'm happy to say that I've finished it! This is not because the book was boring or overly complicated, but because I've been in a reading slump.
We’ve all been there. You’re happily reading a review of a book you are interested in, then all of a sudden you encounter a word you have never seen before. So I made this list specially for you!
I think all book reviewers have received an email titled something along the lines of "Review Request". As a reviewers starting out, this is incredibly exciting! But as time go on and the review requests start piling up, it can get exhausting to accept these requests. Their schedules are full and they maybe don't have... Continue Reading →
A Song of Wraiths and Ruin: a story about an anxious young man who can see wraiths and a misunderstood young woman who has been overwhelmed by her past.
The Dragonbird in the Fern is a story about a girl who is thrust into a world she doesn't understand.
Welp. I'm back again. And today, I'm going to talk about unpopular opinions. (Please don't hate me for this) So, first off, The Cruel Prince just wasn't that great. I read it a few years ago and it struck me as average. Granted, I'm not the biggest faerie fan. It has never quite rubbed off... Continue Reading →