Spell the Month in Books

Spell the Month in Books: April 2021

Welcome back to Spell the Month in Books! It was originally created by Reviews from the Stacks! I've been so distracted by my dissertation that I haven't had time to read, like, and comment on everyone else's posts, but I promise I will catch up soon! This month's theme is going to be Fantasy books on… Continue reading Spell the Month in Books: April 2021

book quotes

Book Quotes of 2021: 21-30

Hi everyone! I'm taking a quick break from procrastinating my dissertation to update you on quotes from books I've read this year! Also, it's the release day of Fearless (Taylor's Version) and I feel like I'm being transported back to my 10 year old self! Since 2013 I have kept a quote jar and every… Continue reading Book Quotes of 2021: 21-30

Book Reviews

Chain of Iron Book Review

Chain of Iron Author: Cassandra Clare Pages: 656 pages Genre: YA Fantasy Published: March 2021 Rating: 5 Stars! Synopsis: The Shadowhunters must catch a killer in Edwardian London in this dangerous and romantic sequel to the #1 New York Times bestselling novel Chain of Gold, from New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Cassandra Clare. Chain… Continue reading Chain of Iron Book Review

top ten tuesday

TTT: Books I’d Gladly Throw Into The Ocean

So last week it was really warm and now it's snowing! I do not understand British weather at all! Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by ThatArtsyReaderGirl. You’ll find the rest of the topics listed on her page! This week’s topic is books I'd glady throw into the ocean! I'm going to put a little spin… Continue reading TTT: Books I’d Gladly Throw Into The Ocean

Book Reviews

Chain of Gold Book Review

Chain of Gold Author: Cassandra Clare Pages: 617 pages Genre: YA Fantasy Published: March 2020 Rating: 5 Stars! Synopsis: From #1 New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Cassandra Clare comes the first novel in a brand-new trilogy that stars the Shadowhunters of Edwardian London. Chain of Gold is a Shadowhunters novel. Welcome to Edwardian London, a time of electric… Continue reading Chain of Gold Book Review

Monthly TBR

Monthly TBR: April 2021

Happy Easter to those who celebrate it! After how much I read last month, I can't decide whether to be ambitious or not! I thought I was for March and I managed to read four extra books! As university restarts and my dissertation deadline is the 19th April, I don't know whether I will have… Continue reading Monthly TBR: April 2021

Book Reviews

House of Salt and Sorrows Book Review

House of Salt and Sorrows Author: Erin A. Craig Pages: 416 pages Genre: YA Fantasy Retelling Published: August 2019 Rating: 5 Stars Synopsis: In a manor by the sea, twelve sisters are cursed.Annaleigh lives a sheltered life at Highmoor, a manor by the sea, with her sisters, their father, and stepmother. Once they were twelve,… Continue reading House of Salt and Sorrows Book Review

Monthly Wrap-ups

Monthly Wrap-Up March 2021

Welcome to another monthly wrap-up! I am shocked at how much I read in March, somehow I managed to get through 15 books! And some of these books were big. I read so many 5 star books this month, I don't know how I'm going to pick a favourite! My books of the month were… Continue reading Monthly Wrap-Up March 2021

Book Reviews

Bridge to Terabithia Book Review

Bridge to Terabithia Author: Katherine Paterson Pages: 190 pages Genre: Middle Grade Fiction Published: October 1977 Rating: 5 stars Synopsis: Jess Aarons' greatest ambition is to be the fastest runner in his grade. He's been practicing all summer and can't wait to see his classmates' faces when he beats them all. But on the first… Continue reading Bridge to Terabithia Book Review

WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday – 31st March 2021

This year fells like it's going too fast, I can't believe it's the last day of March already. I've also now read 33 books this year and I am literally shocked as I have never read this much so early on in the year! WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking On a World of Worlds. The… Continue reading WWW Wednesday – 31st March 2021