ARC Review: The Demon World by Sally Green

Hello and happy Monday you guys! I hope you've had a relaxing weekend and are ready for this new week! 🙂 For today's post, I'll be telling you guys about a recent release that I got sent a copy of last month: The Demon World, the sequel to Sally Green's The Smoke Thieves! I was … Continue reading ARC Review: The Demon World by Sally Green

Review: Aurora Rising by Jay Kristoff & Amie Kaufman

Do you guys ever find yourself writing a wrap up post and before you know it you've talked about a single book so much you can easily post a review instead? Because that's what happened here. xD You might've noticed that I'm currently trying to get you guys caught up on my reading (we're almost … Continue reading Review: Aurora Rising by Jay Kristoff & Amie Kaufman

ARC Review: Dear Evan Hansen by Val Emmich

A couple of weeks ago, I got a super fun email asking whether or not, I wanted to read Evan Hansen's story. An email written by Evan himself. That definitely grabbed my attention right away as it was different to the usual emails we're being sent from publishers - way to make yourself stand out, … Continue reading ARC Review: Dear Evan Hansen by Val Emmich

Mini-Reviews: The ‘Popular Backlist Titles’ Edition // I Read The Raven Boys, Shatter Me And Percy Jackson

I've been having one of the best reading months in quite a while and have already finished 9 books at the time of writing this, so I decided to shorten my monthly wrap-up post by sharing some mini-reviews. If you're a regular reader, you might have expected my review of Leah On The Offbeat to … Continue reading Mini-Reviews: The ‘Popular Backlist Titles’ Edition // I Read The Raven Boys, Shatter Me And Percy Jackson

Mini Reviews: Androids, Hackers, Illusionists & Wonderous Women

Good evening you guys! Today's post is going to show up in your readers a bit late because I am a bit off my blogging game and didn't have a post ready for today. #ooops! But luckily I've just come out of a fantastic reading weekend (mostly thanks to Zoe's 24 Hour Readathon!) and I … Continue reading Mini Reviews: Androids, Hackers, Illusionists & Wonderous Women

eARC Review: Dear Martin by Nic Stone

Ever since I finished reading The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas earlier this year, I've really been looking for books similar to it and that's when Nic Stone's Dear Martin caught my attention. In Dear Martin, we are introduced to Justyce, an African-American boy, who attends a private school and is set to enroll in … Continue reading eARC Review: Dear Martin by Nic Stone