The book to replace Harry Potter – Blazewrath Games Review

OMG I simply can’t praise this book enough. Two things to know before you read my review: 1) It’s SPOILER FREE so you can safely read this before you read the book (which I HIGHLY recommend you do.)2) I will be gushing about this book! (I know right, me, being incredibly positive about a book!…

I’ll Remember You – The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue Review

I’m going to come out and say this straight away: I have a bunch of V.E Schwab’s books and I’ve met her multiple times, yet The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is only the 3rd book of hers I’ve read. The first two were audiobooks from her middle-grade series and then this one. And I…

What the hell happened? Blood & Honey Review

Wow. What the hell happened there?! What a major let down! Serpent and Dove was a legit 5 star for me! I enjoyed the hell out of it! It was one of my favourite reads of 2020, so naturally, I was 100% looking forward to this sequel and honestly, I don’t know how I could…

Clown In A Cornfield Review: Slasher Greatness!

This is one of those books that is pretty close to a 5 star rating for me. I don’t believe in perfect books, I’ve said that before, but this book was a high 4 point something! It is by no means perfect – there are a few things that are a little lacking in places…

An alien story, without aliens – It Came From The Sky Review

I’ve found myself wanting to read some alien stories recently, dunno why, but I decided to start my exploration with It Came From The Sky by Chelsea Sedoti – it’s an alien story with no aliens. I know, kinda an exercise in futility there right? Well, no actually. It Came From The Sky was a…

Magic Comes At A Price – A Wicked Magic Review

A Wicked Magic is one of those books that I enjoyed whilst I was reading it, but when I was done – I kept thinking about it for other reasons. It crawled under my skin and wiggled in moments I was alone. First of all, I’ve noticed that there seems to be a new trend…

I’m about to go off – The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes Review

Brace yourselves, because I’m about to go off big time here because I’m bitter and salty as all get out! Well…that was…something huh?  So I, like many of the bookish community, read The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes in a ridiculously short amount of time considering it’s 517 pages. I even stayed up until 01:19…

A New Magician Has Entered the Arena – Where Dreams Descend Review

God I wanted Where Dreams Descend to be everything. I really, really did. It seemed so perfect on paper; magic, sexy dark undertones, danger, a lost city, a competition and dark forces. But unfortunately what I got seemed much more like a draft than a finished book. Please don’t get me wrong: I see potential…