The City We Became has to be one of the most unique concepts I have read in years. It had insane worldbuilding, developed characters, diversity and representation everywhere you looked, and a writing style that was impossible not to lose oneself in.
Am I saying this will be my favourite book of 2021 just a few weeks into 2021? Yes. Yes I am. I honestly don’t know what can top this book for me. Read my full review here for me gushing about this book.
This book spoke to my inner 16 year old who was obsessed with anything to do with teenagers with supernatural powers. It was an intriguing read with a unique twist on gifted teenagers and a fast-paced plot. Check out my blog for the full review!
2020 is *finally* over. I know I have said this a lot, but honestly, this year felt like it had 86 months. When putting together this wrap-up I had completely forgot I’d even read some of these books this year. So, here is my full 2020 book wrap-up!
The Midnight Bargain by C.L. Polk is a beautiful Regency fantasy about magic, feminism, and magic spirits with a penchant for liquid spirits and cake. Read my full review.
It’s spooky season! And what a better way to compliment your Pumpkin Spice Latte and your knit sweater than a spooky supernatural read?
Here is a list of 11 of our favourite supernatural books and series featuring blood thirsty vampires (sans glitter, of course), hairy werewolves, magical witches, and tricky faeries.
If you’re like us, with the current state of the world, all you’re doing is reading. Which means I’ve read a lot of books and have a lot of things to say about them. So, instead of writing one big book review for each book, here are some quick mini reviews of the books I’ve read in the last few weeks.
We all have bucket lists – a list of things we want to do before we die. I’ve compiled a list of all the fictional place I want to go and things I want to do.
I had high expectations for Ninth House as I loved Six of Crows, but it wasn’t what I expected. The characters were one dimensional, the plot was slow, and it lacked the same spark of Bardugo’s Young Adult novels. Read on for more of my thoughts on Ninth House!
Welcome back to high school, folks. I read Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer and I have thoughts. I didn’t hate it, but I definitely did not love it. There was potential here. Lots and lots of potential. The execution, however, fell short. Check out my full book rant to read what else I thought of Midnight Sun.