Book Reviews

The Girl Who Belonged to the Sea ARC Review

The Girl Who Belonged to the Sea Author: Katherine Quinn Pages: 397 pages Genre: YA Fantasy Published: 28th September 2021 Rating: 5 Stars! Synopsis: One woman chosen by the God of the Sea. A king hellbent on saving his mysterious island home. And a forbidden romance that could destroy them all. Forced to marry the… Continue reading The Girl Who Belonged to the Sea ARC Review

Tags

The Bookworm’s Tag

Hey everyone! I was tagged in The Bookworm's Tag by Riddhi @ Whispering Stories and I can't wait to answer these questions! Rules: Thank and link to the blogger who nominated you.Include the tag graphic in your post.Answer the ten questions the blogger asked.Nominate between five and ten bloggers.Ask your nominees ten book-related questions!Don’t feel… Continue reading The Bookworm’s Tag

Spell the Month in Books

Spell the Month in Books: October 2021

Welcome back to Spell the Month in Books! It was originally created by Reviews from the Stacks! As it is October, I'm going to try and do some spooky books! I don't like horror, so these books may be a little on the tame side! I suppose it's more books that give off October vibes! O… Continue reading Spell the Month in Books: October 2021

WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday – 13th October 2021

Welcome back to WWW Wednesday, which is hosted by Taking On a World of Worlds. I'm slowly getting back into reading again and am getting into a bit of a routine now with my Masters and my job! The Three W’s are: What are you currently reading?What did you recently finish reading?What do you think you’ll… Continue reading WWW Wednesday – 13th October 2021

Book Reviews

Blog Tour: Briarheart ARC Review

Briarheart Author: Mercedes Lackey Pages: 368 pages Genre: YA Fantasy Published: 5th October 2021 Rating: 3.5 Stars Synopsis: From beloved fantasy author Mercedes Lackey comes a fresh and feminist reinterpretation of Sleeping Beauty. Miriam may be the daughter of Queen Alethia of Tirendell, but she’s not a princess. She’s the child of Alethia and her previous… Continue reading Blog Tour: Briarheart ARC Review

Book Reviews

Our Violent Ends ARC Review

Our Violent Ends Author: Chloe Gong Pages: 494 pages Genre: YA Fantasy Published: 16th November 2021 Rating: 5 Stars Synopsis: The year is 1927, and Shanghai teeters on the edge of revolution. The heartstopping follow up to These Violent Delights, an imaginative, alluring retelling of Romeo and Juliet set in 1920s Shanghai. After sacrificing her relationship with Roma… Continue reading Our Violent Ends ARC Review

Monthly TBR

Monthly TBR: October 2021

Hey! I can't believe it's October already, and here I am writing another TBR post! Unfortunately, not many of these books will be spooky themed, but maybe I'll add one in if I find time, and find one I think I'll like! As we are already a week into October, I have already read this… Continue reading Monthly TBR: October 2021

WWW Wednesday

WWW Wednesday – 6th October 2021

Welcome back to WWW Wednesday! WWW Wednesday is hosted by Taking On a World of Worlds. I haven't read that much this last week, but hopefully it will pick up soon! The Three W’s are: What are you currently reading?What did you recently finish reading?What do you think you’ll read next? Currently Reading: It's a feminist… Continue reading WWW Wednesday – 6th October 2021

Monthly Wrap-ups

Monthly Wrap-Up: September 2021

Welcome to another monthly wrap up! I managed to read 8 books in September and I feel like I've been in several reading slump moods over the last month, so I'm pretty happy with 8! My favourite books this month were These Hollow Vows and Once Upon a Broken Heart (I can't decide). Ten Rules… Continue reading Monthly Wrap-Up: September 2021

Best of the Decade

Best of the Decade: September

Hey everyone, welcome to a new best of the decade post. I'm looking forward to seeing what I read over the years in September! September seems to always be a month where I don't tend to read as much so this will definitely be shorter than my August post! Unfortunately, I didn’t have Goodreads before… Continue reading Best of the Decade: September