I have received these books to read for free in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Author: Emily A. Duncan Genre: YA fiction WOWZA, that was an adventure! If you haven't read Wicked Saints by Emily A. Duncan, go do it now so that you are ready to go when this comes… Continue reading ARC Review: Ruthless Gods
I bought this book solely based on the fact I saw that OwlCrate had something that was inspired by this book coming in one of the books, and geez what a good buy! Caraval by Stephanie Garber was such a fun book to read! My head was spinning while reading this book! If you haven't… Continue reading I went to Caraval: Blogmas day 4
The sequel to Dorothy Must Die was an interesting read. I feel like nothing really moved forward with the plot; it just took a turn. I LOVED Dorothy Must Die. It was magical and a story I hold dear to me with a twist that I love! Now here we are with the sequel, and I really… Continue reading The Wicked Will Rise: Blogmas Day 2
There are so many ways to read a book; we have physical books, ebooks, and audiobooks. There are so many upsides and downsides to them, but which is the best? Today, We are going to take a look and see what is the are the pros and cons of each of these and see if… Continue reading Is There A Best Way To Read? Blogmas Day 1
If you like books that aren’t that along are about the past, live the life of someone who struggled, I have a book for you. The Orphan Train is a full circle book that tells the lives of two people who face many of the same challenges years apart. This book gave me so many feelings. I… Continue reading Is Orphan Train That Good?
Will Grayson Will Grayson. Another John Green book, another story I never want to end. I didn't even know what this book was about. Bad on me, cause I didn't read the back, but John Green has never done me wrong so in the cart, and to my house it went. AND THIS BOOK DID… Continue reading Will Grayson, Tiny Cooper, Will Grayson and Jane Tuner
I think it may be one of the most beautiful books he ever wrote! Steinbeck's ability to make such a clear picture in your mind is seriously crazy good! You could see the fighting, the love in the eyes, the craziness of some of the people, and the hope of others. East of Eden discusses, suicide, war, love, hate, sibling rivalry, race, religion, and so much more! Written in 1951, John Steinbeck gives us a perspective of life during this time while also still being relevant today.