• Book Tags

    The Pancake Book Tag: food + books, what could be better?

    Do breakfast foods put you in a reading mood? Chocolate is my go to reading snack! Todays post is a blend of breakfast foods (yummm) and book recommendations !! Originally the tag is by Blogs of a Bookaholic but I took this awesome tag idea from PaperFury because I actually love her blog so much !! (check her out 🙊💗) PANCAKES WITH A SPRINKLING OF SUGER 🍯 A BOOK THAT HAS A DUSTING OF BEAUTIFUL PROSE/DESCRIPTIONS Beautiful descriptions? The Book Thief is the absolute best book for this!! I love beautiful descriptions in books. I find if the writer is super descriptive and metaphorical, I connect so much deeper with…

  • Book Reviews

    A Court of Love and Heartache: a review

    Publication Date: 5 May 2015 Genre: Fantasy x Beauty and The Beast retelling Author: Sarah J Maas           Okay guys, I know what you’re thinking, which book are you even reviewing? Well, let me answer that for you!! Yesterday, I decided to re-read A Court of Thorns and Roses. This was so so so difficult for me as I am COMPLETELY faithful towards Rhysand and haven’t read ACOTAR since reading A Court of Mist and Fury (which was foreverrr ago!!). Since I’ve been having a rough couple of weeks I decided to finally re-read my favourite series, because why not? I have read ACOMAF 3 times and ACOWAR 2 times…

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    Mini Reviews: LifeLik3 and Song of The Current

    Hey guys! I am back with two mini reviews! I am 110% recommending these to you, so let’s get pumped. LifeLik3 by Jay Kristoff was a fantastic book! I generally don’t read science fiction as I prefer fantasy but this book was just great! It captivated me from the start and there was so many plot twist, it had such a great plot. Although I did spot one spelling mistake haha everything else I enjoyed. The imagery in this book was so realistic and it made me visualise the setting so vividly. I absolutely love when I get a feel of the background and setting as it allows me to…

  • Book Memes,  Book Tags

    It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?

    Hey guys, I know Monday’s aren’t part of my new blog post schedule thing but I liked the sound of this So I thought why not do a reading update type thing? I am doing the It’s Monday, What Are You Reading? by Book Date bookish meme. Well, it is going to be short so let’s get started! Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi (my review is here) The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert – 3.5/5 stars because the ending was a bit anti-climatic Jasper Jones by Craig Silvey  – 4/5 stars Assassins Heart by Sarah Ahiers (my review is also here) Everless by Sara Holland – 3.5/5 stars…

  • Book Tags

    Books I’d Slay a Lion to Get Early

    Hey guys! I am back with another post! I’d just like to announce that I should be posting a blog post every Saturday and Tuesday from now on (or at least two posts a week if I miss a day) So yay, be prepared from some awesomeness from me! Today I will be doing a version on the Top Ten Tuesday challenge but I wont be doing 10 books because my brain can’t think of ten books sooooo I’ll just do the books I can’t wait for! Let’s get into this! Children of Virtue and Vengeance by Tomi Adeyemi is to be released in March 2019 I think. I really…

  • Book Tags

    #NowWeRise Book Tag

    Hey guys! I thought I would mix it up a bit and make today’s post a book tag thing. This tag is briefly based on Children of Blood and Bone and the Maji clans involved! Although I wasn’t tagged to do this, I saw this tag originally on WrittenWordWorlds and I thought it’d be perfect to do! Doing a CoBaB tag was such a perfect idea because I just finished the book and IT WAS A FANTASTIC BOOK (seriously, go check this beauty out!) Anywho I’ll just get into it! What’s a trope you’d love to see die, and one you’d love to see live, or flourish more often? Okay…

  • Book Tags

    10 Popular Books I Haven’t Read (yet)

    Hey guys, I am back with a book tag-like thing. I saw it on another blog and thought I’d like to do this too! It’s pretty self-explanatory but I’ll explain anyway (because you know, why not?) Basically I’m just saying 10 different books that are popular and awesome that I haven’t read yet (whoops) I’ll just get started! (There will be a quick collage of them down below!) Six of Crows: Man I know people rave about this but I have read the first few chapters a couple of times but just put it back down because I couldn’t be bothered soooo I should probably give that ago again considering…

  • Book Reviews

    Review: Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

    Publication Date: 6 March 2018 Genre: Fantasy Hey guys, I’m finally posting another review, it takes me a while to get motivation. But anyway, I am doing a review on Children of Blood and Bone and let me tell you, i LOVED this book although I felt a bit disconnected from it to begin with, I totally ended up loving it and wish CoVaV was coming out sooner (I can’t last until next March?? What were you thinking Tomi??) Sorry for rambling, lets get straight into it! i absolutely loved the characters! Their emotions leaked through perfectly, captivating me as a reader and they totally made my connection to the…

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    Review: Assassin’s Heart by Sarah Ahiers

    Publication Date: 2nd February 2016 Genre: Fantasy I received this lovely book for my birthday and couldn’t be happier! Although my birthday was in March, I only just got out of the book slump in late April with a big thanks to this novel!! I really enjoyed this book and I really need to buy the other two books as soon as possible. I am in love with this world (and all the characters included in it – ESPECIALLY LES) This book was the perfect blend of fantasy and I felt really connected with the characters, it felt like I was actually joining them throughout their adventure! But let’s just…

  • ARC Review,  Book Reviews

    ARC Review!: The Continent by Keira Drake

    Publication Date: 27 March 2018 Genre: Fantasy/Sci-fi I received this novel as an ARC review copy and all opinions are my own, as like all my other reviews! Let’s just get straight into it. (I originally published this review before the publication date but somehow it didn’t go through? I then went on a hiatus and didn’t even check this until recently so here you go!) I thoroughly enjoyed this novel! It held the perfect amount of creativity and enthusiasm making my experience reading it more enjoyable. The characters were crafted carefully, Vaela (the main character) her transformation from her old pretentious self into the minimalist she is, was magnificent.…