Book Reviews

The Orphan Queen and Black Knife (Because Black Knife is Precious To Me!)

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Mechanica: A Steam Punk and Magic Filled Cinderella Retelling

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MINI SPACE REVIEWS: Illuminae and Gemina aka GLORIOUSNESS

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A Conjuring of Light Summary: You might as well tear out your eyes and your heart now because THIS IS GOING TO BE A PAINFUL AND BUMPY RIDE

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Daughter of the Pirate King / How Awesome Is That Title / WHY AREN'T THERE MORE PIRATE BOOKS??

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Book Review: Gilded Cage

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My Scrambled and DESTROYED Thoughts on Nevernight whose Author DOES NOT Believe in Happy Endings

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Book Review: The Night Circus

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Mini Reviews / My Beautiful Raven Boys / Ronan is the Actual Best / I LOVE ALL OF THEM I CAN'T DECIDE DON'T MAKE ME

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Book Review: A Court of Mist and Fury / THERE SHOULD BE A WARNING ON THIS COVER THAT THIS BOOK WILL LITERALLY DESTROY YOU

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Mini Reviews / Ranting is Awkward / Books I Rated 3 Stars or Less

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Book Review: Ensnared

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Mini Reviews: Splintered and Unhinged

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Fairyloot Book Box Review: November Box

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Book Review: Three Dark Crowns

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Book Review: RoseBlood

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Book Review: The Impostor Queen / Lkjwliehflsjeflijs

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Book Review: A Gathering of Shadows / AKA the book that destroyed me

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Book Review: A Darker Shade of Magic / WUUUUT???

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Mini Reviews From Me (AKA My Highness)

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Book Review: Crooked Kingdom. Also Me Despairing

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Book Review: Six of Crows (AAAAHHHHH!!!)

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Book Review: Winter

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Book Review: Cress

OHMYGOODNESS. Where do I even start? During this book, I LITERALLY Y'ALL, laughed, gasped, CRIED (YES, I CRIED REAL TEARS), hoped and cursed.Read More »

Book Review: Scarlet

So Scarlet. I love that the women in these series are strong and have strong wills. They're not like, oh I'm a DAMSEL in distress please help me save me noooo. On the contrary. Read More »

Book Review: Reckless

How can I even express my disappointment? In Cornelia Funke. In the book. In the fact that the story had so much potential. I mean, come on. The setting is amazing, and it sounded amazing and I was so excited to read this book. After all Inkheart had stolen MY heart. Immediately. And my thoughts were YES another world, another book to whisk me away from reality.Read More »

Book Review: Cinder

I have to tell you up front. WOW. How do I even start this? I am hesitant about giving out 5 stars. For this, a book has to blow my mind. And this one has done that and then some. To be honest, I can't say that I noticed any flaws in this book besides the occasional grammatical mistake, but who isn't bound to have at least a couple of those?Read More »

Book Review: Avanaux - A Hickory Lace Novel

First off, I want to say I went into this book blind. I was ‘assigned’ this book in a group, and was a little taken aback by the religious aspect of it. However, I do have to say that it was a really good book! The premise states that an old scripture is found which states that the son of god will return on a different planet, so the government goes looking for him – and finds him. The scenery in this book is vivid, pleasant to read about and the adventure feels real. There is technology I would never even have thought to invent (implant technology? What’s that? Pretty creative), to make the earthlings look more like the natives of other planets.Read More »

Book Review: LuckSon

Let me start out with the things I (surprisingly) liked about this book. It was not what I expected it to be, and I was so grateful for that. I was fully prepared for a head on zombie apocalypse The Walking Dead sort of thing. But, seeing as the goal of this book was to STOP the ‘every sickness every plague’ virus called the Dark Death that caused the epidemic, there was barely any zombie killing.Read More »

Book Review: A Darker Shade of Sorcery

I was pretty excited when Collins asked me to review his book, as fantasy is right up my alley. I started reading, and I first want to say that the writing is clean, very few errors and even then only minor ones. That was in no way my problem with this book. I think, for me, it was simply much too Harry Potter-esque. And while I love Harry Potter, I do prefer to read the original.Read More »

Book Review: Desolate

First off, I have to warn all that this book is EXTREMELY graphic, both in violence and sexual scenes, all of which consist purely of rape. That said, I normally would never even have picked this book up. Unfortunately, when this book was given to me for review, I was… lets say oblivious to its contents in that respect, so, needless to say, I was shocked and deeply disturbed when, within the first chapter, it became horrifically explicit.Read More »

Review: Between Two Thorns

I was excited when I received this book to review. At the same time, I am always a little bit skeptic, because my taste in books is very specific. Often, I will begin a book with high hopes, only to be shot down. And I have to say, with this book it was absolutely not the case. The first few chapters were a little slow going, but not slow enough to make me want to stop reading. From the cover, and the description (and, perhaps even the setting), I was expecting something very Mary Poppins-esque. Well, if that is what you are looking to read, this may not be the book for you. Instead of fairies and butterflies, this book is set up as a mystery. Not my thing either! But, it is set up in such a way that the real world flows perfectly into the world of magic and fantasy.Read More »

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