My June TBR

I have recently purchased a whole range of books, and have subsequently created a June TBR that I'm so so excited to complete! As usual, this month I have a mixture of YA and Classics that I wish to make my way through, all of which I'm keenly anticipating! I would love to hear which… Continue reading My June TBR

May Reading Wrap- Up

I had an interesting reading month this month! For the most part, the books that I chose were ones that I absolutely loved, but inevitably some of them fell slightly flat. Below I'll be listing all of the books I read this month, and will include links to my full reviews of them if you're… Continue reading May Reading Wrap- Up

Book Review: This Is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El- Mohtar & Max Gladstone

"I want to meet you in every place I have loved. I don't know how it's done between such as us, Red. But I can't wait to find out together." This Is How You Lose the Time War is at its core lyrical and poetic, telling an intricate and delicately crafted love story between individuals… Continue reading Book Review: This Is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El- Mohtar & Max Gladstone

Book Review: And I Darken by Kiersten White

“So the question becomes, Daughter of the Dragon, what will you sacrifice? What will you let be taken away so that you, too, can have power?” And I Darken was undoubtedly a book with a brilliant premise! Afterall, what is not to love about a gender - bent historical fiction seeking to re-tell the story… Continue reading Book Review: And I Darken by Kiersten White

May ARC Reviews!

This month I haven't read too many ARCs due to being incredibly busy with work, but the two that I did read were very enjoyable! Below I've included my reviews of each respective book and other relevant information which I hope will encourage you to pick them up and give them a try! This Eternity… Continue reading May ARC Reviews!

5 Bookish Sins I Commit on a Regular Basis!

Within the bookish community there are huge groups of individuals that manage to keep their books in pristine condition, and though this is something I really (really!) admire it is, unfortunately, something I seem incapable of emulating! Try as I might I just cannot stop myself from consciously and unconsciously committing almost every single book… Continue reading 5 Bookish Sins I Commit on a Regular Basis!

Book Review: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

"There must have been moments even that afternoon when Daisy tumbled short of his dreams- not through her own fault, but because of the colossal vitality of his illusion." Within The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald expertly crafts a story critiquing the American Dream through the use of beautiful prose and interesting characterization. This is… Continue reading Book Review: The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Books That Gave Me the Biggest Book Hangovers!

Do you ever read a book so good that upon finishing it you get so sad that you're not a part of that world anymore that you cannot stop thinking about it and become unable to pick up another book because you just know it will never be as good as the book you've just finished???… Continue reading Books That Gave Me the Biggest Book Hangovers!

Book Review: Red, White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

“That's the choice. I love him, with all that, because of all that. On purpose. I love him on purpose.” Red, White and Royal Blue is an enemies to lovers novel that follows Alex, the first son of the United States, and Henry, the Prince of Wales, as they slowly realize they are in love yet have… Continue reading Book Review: Red, White and Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston