Hello and happy Monday! I hope that you are all having a good start to your weeks! I got to read an advance copy of This May End Badly, by Samantha Markum recently, and I loved it! It’s a really fun book, with a lot of important messages and themes. This May End Badly comes out tomorrow, April 12th, and if you’re a fan of YA contemporaries, then it’s one I definitely recommend. I’m so excited to tell you all about my thoughts on this book today, so let’s get into the review!!Continue reading “This May End Badly, by Samantha Markum | ARC Review”
Hello, and happy Monday! This week is going to busy for me at school because of finals, but it’s only a three day week, which is really nice. I’m so excited for the break, and I’m hoping to have lots of time to read, write and relax. Anyways, today I’m very excited to bring you my review of a book that I can already tell is going to be one of my favorites of the year: The One True Me and You, by Remi K. England. I can’t wait to share my thoughts on this fun and emotional young adult romance, and I hope that you like my review!Continue reading “The One True Me and You, by Remi K. England | Review”
Hello, and happy Tuesday! Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Ogress and the Orphans, by Kelly Barnhill, and I am so excited to share my review of this amazing book with you all today. I loved The Girl Who Drank the Moon, another book by Kelly Barnhill, so when I saw that she was coming out with another book, I was thrilled. The Ogress and the Orphans came out today, March 8th, which means that it’s officially out in the world for everyone to read. Thanks so much to Algonquin Young Readers for the chance to read this one early, and with all that said, I’m going to get into my review of The Ogress and the Orphans, by Kelly Barnhill!Continue reading “The Ogress and the Orphans, by Kelly Barnhill | Blog tour and review”
Hello! I hope that you’re all having lovely weekends. Tonight I have a review of my very first read of 2022: Last Night at the Telegraph Club, by Malinda Lo. Last Night at the Telegraph Club is an amazing book, and I’m very excited to share my thoughts on it with you all today!Continue reading “Last Night at the Telegraph Club, by Malinda Lo | spoiler-free review”
Hello! I hope that you’re all having a good week. I’ve had a lot of time to read, and one book I read recently that I really loved was Spell Sweeper, by Lee Edward Födi. I don’t have much else to say here, so I’m going to jump straight into my review of this amazing book!Continue reading “Spell Sweeper, by Lee Edward Födi | spoiler free review”
Hello! This morning, I had a two-hour delay for school because it was really icy. Where I live, we hardly ever get snow and seem to be incapable of handling the slightest bits of cold. It was really nice to have the extra time, though, and I was able to read a bunch. I even finished reading Bloody Spade, by Brittany M. Willows! It took me a little while to completely finish reading Bloody Spade, but I really enjoyed it, and I’m excited to share my review of the book with you all today!Continue reading “Bloody Spade, by Brittany M Willows | spoiler free review”
Hello! I didn’t have school today, which was really really nice, and I was able to write my review of If This Gets Out, by Sophie Gonzales and Cale Dietrich! I absolutely flew through the book in just a couple of days, and it really pulled me out of the reading slump that I was in for most of November. I’m excited to share all my thoughts on this wonderful book with you, so I’m going to dive straight into the post!Continue reading “If This Gets Out, by Sophie Gonzales and Cale Dietrich | ARC review”
Hello! I hope you’ve all had lovely weekends. My weekend was pretty good. I went to a pumpkin patch with some friends this afternoon, and it ended up raining really hard, but it was so much fun! I only have a four day week at school because it’s a grading day, which is really nice, so I’m at least looking forwards to that!
Anyways, I’m really excited for today’s review: it’s for one of my favorite books, and one of my most anticipated releases of this year: Our Violent Ends, by Chloe Gong, the finale to the These Violent Delights duology!
These Violent Delights is a historical fantasy set in 1920’s Shanghai, about the heirs to two gangs, the Scarlets and the White Flowers, who despite a blood feud going back must work together to stop a dangerous monster tearing through the city, infecting people and causing them to rip out their very own throats.
It’s an incredible book, so when I received an advance copy from the publisher I was ecstatic. So, without further ado, I’m going to dive right into my review for this amazing historical fantasy.Continue reading “Our Violent Ends, by Chloe Gong | a spoiler free review for the finale to this amazing duology”
Hello! Today was a long day at school, but I don’t have too much homework so I was able to finish up this review!! A few months ago, Algonquin Young Readers sent me an advance copy of Cold-Blooded Myrtle, the third book in the Myrtle Hardcastle mysteries series, and I was so excited to read it!! This amazing middle-grade historical mystery comes out tomorrow, and I thought it was the perfect time to share my thoughts on the book with you all.
This review does not have spoilers for any of the books in the series, so you’ll be safe reading on, no matter now many of the books you’ve read. And with that, I’m going to dive into this review!Continue reading “Cold-Blooded Myrtle, by Elizabeth C. Bunce | a spoiler-free review for a thrilling mystery”
Hello! I hope you’ve all had a lovely weekend. I recently read A Psalm for the Wild Built, by Becky Chambers which I absolutely loved, and I’m so excited to share my thoughts on it. It’s quite different from what I usually read, and this review is the first I’ve done for a book that wasn’t a review copy, but I really wanted to write this review, so here we are!!
I don’t have much to say in this intro, so I’m going to dive into my thoughts on this amazing book!Continue reading “A Psalm for the Wild Built, by Becky Chambers | a beautifully written hopeful novel about friendship and the future”