I got through this pretty quickly but it didn’t really pose much of a challenge for me. Towards the end things pick up and I truly loved how things turned out. This is the first book in a trilogy so I still need to read the next two. Plot: It was really slow in the… Continue reading “Splintered” by A.G. Howard book review
When I started this book my husband and I had just fostered two kittens, that in the end we decided to keep. So it was very hectic. However I ended up getting through this book fairly quickly. It took me about 4 days. It’s a huge book so I considered this a accomplishment. Plot: It… Continue reading “A gathering of shadows” by V.E. Schwab book review
This was my first read of July. It took me a while to finish it. Which was kind of shocking because the first book I got through so quickly. To me it was a little bit slower than the first book BUT still action packed if that makes sense. I think the reason why it… Continue reading “Radio” by Sophia Elaine Hanson book review
Well I was hoping to keep with my reviews but I was reading too fast. I got through so many books. Then for the past week I’ve had a awful migraine off and on. So here we are! Instead of posting individual reviews like I had planned, I’ll put a short description on what I… Continue reading June wrap up.
Happy first day of June everybody! It can be difficult to have a set to be read list at the beginning of the month but I’m hoping I’ll get through all of them. I have 5 months planned for the month of June. Those books are: “Daughter of the pirate king” by Tricia Levenseller. This… Continue reading June TBR
Synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Flora Banks has no short-term memory. Her mind resets itself several times a day, and has since the age of ten, when the tumor that was removed from Flora’s brain took with it her ability to make new memories. That is, until she kisses Drake, her best friend’s boyfriend, the night before he leaves… Continue reading “The one memory of flora banks” by Emily Barr book review
Synopsis: Feyre survived Amarantha’s clutches to return to the Spring Court—but at a steep cost. Though she now has the powers of the High Fae, her heart remains human, and it can’t forget the terrible deeds she performed to save Tamlin’s people. Nor has Feyre forgotten her bargain with Rhysand, High Lord of the feared Night… Continue reading “A court of mist and fury” by Sarah J. Maas book review *spoilers*