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Love on the Brain by Ali Hazelwood book Review
YA CONTEMPORARY // SEPT 17TH
The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood Book Review
YA CONTEMPORARY // JUNE 26TH
A Good Girl's Guide to Murder Series Review
YA MYSTERY // JUNE 12TH
IT ends with Us by Colleen Hoover: A Book Review
YA CONTEMPORARY // APRIL 2ND
2021 Yearly Wrapup
YA DYSTOPIAN REVIEWS // JANUARY 8TH
The Inheritance Games and the Hawthorne Legacy Review by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
YA MYSTERY REVIEWS // DECEMBER 18TH
THE HUNGER GAMES REREAD REVIEW/ANALYSIS
DYSTOPIAN REVIEWS // OCT 16TH
Book REREAD Review for The Selection Series by Kiera Cass
DYSTOPIAN REVIEWS // SEPT 12TH 2021
Rating: 5/5 stars
Nebula: The Aftermath of a Supernova (A Renegades Fanfiction)
STORIES // AUG 29TH 2021
This fanfiction follows Magpie and Nova following the Supernova epilougue.
Summary: Gatlon City has slowly adjusted to the pains of rebuilding the city after the previous war. Just when Nova, Adrian and the Renegades think they survived the worst of it, a new crisis emerges. One where prodigies are losing their powers.
Book Review For The Unwanteds Quests Series by Lisa McMann
YA BOOK REVIEWS FANTASY // SEPT 4TH 2021
Book Review for The Betrothed by Kiera Cass
BOOK REVIEWS // JULY 24TH 2021
Book Review For One of Us is Next by Karen McManus
BOOK REVIEWS // JULY 17TH 2021
Rating: 3/5 Stars
Book Review for A Curse So Dark And Lonely By Brigid Kemmerer
BOOK REVIEWS // JUNE 25TH 2021
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Book Review for Aurora Rising by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
BOOK REVIEWS // JUNE 11TH 2021
BOOK REVIEW FOR SHADOW AND BONE BY LEIGH BARDUgO
BOOK REVIEWS // MAY 21ST 2021
Book Review for Killing November by Adriana Mather
BOOK REVIEWS // JUNE 4TH 2021
Review for A Court of Silver Flames (Acosf) by Sarah J Maas
BOOK REVIEWS // APRIL 30TH 2021
This review contains me ranting about this book 🤠
REVIEW FOR "HEARTLESS" BY MARISSA MEYER
BOOK REVIEWS // APRIL 10TH 2021
REVIEW FOr "the shadows between us" by tricia levensellar
BOOK REVIEWS // NOVEMBER 21ST 2020
Review for the Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra clare
BOOK REVIEWS // SEPTEMBER 26TH 2020
Rating for the Whole Series: 3/5
Book review for "ballad of someone's story" by Suzanne Collins
BOOK REVIEWS // AUGUST 9TH 2020
Book review for "someone's story" by b.a bellec
BOOK REVIEWS // JULY 29ST 2020
BOok review for "Cinder" by Marissa Meyer
BOOK REVIEWS // JULY 21ST 2020
This review is spoiler free!
Book review for "as old as time: a twisted tale" by liz braswell
BOOK REVIEWS // JULY 10TH 2020
This review is spoiler free!!
book review for "spirit animals: wild born" by brandon mull
BOOK REVIEWS // JULY TH 2020
This review is spoiler free
book review for "the queen of nothing" by Holly black
BOOK REVIEWS // JUNE 28TH 2020
Disclaimer: Do not read this review if you haven't read "The Cruel Prince" and "The Wicked King"
BOOK REVIEW FOR "A COURT OF THORN AND ROSES" by sarah j maas
BOOK REVIEWS // JUNE 18TH 2020
Rating: 3/5 stars
Disclaimer: This review contains spoilers. Read at your own risk.
book review for "the book of moons" by k.m herbert
BOOK REVIEWS // JUNE 13TH 2020
Rating: 4/ 5 stars
“‘It means eternity.’ She brushed Kira’s hair. ‘The beginnings are the endings to our beginnings and the like’”
Synopsis: Sixteen year old Kathy is on the run from the orphanage that she and her best friend, Sinead, had resided in. Their mission is to make it to Dublin but matters get complicated when Kathy wakes up to find that she is in an Irish Traveller camp, miles away from Dublin. In order to enlist the Traveller camp’s help in getting her to Dublin, she must prove herself by acquiring a talent. Heath, a Traveller, helps in her search to find one. Unfortunately, Kathy has tried fortune telling, fiddling, dancing and has had no luck in any of those departments. Nothing is working out for Kathy- until she discovers the Book of Moons.
Book review for "The Five Princes" by Deidrea Dewitt
BOOK REVIEWS // JUNE 6TH 2020
Rating: 4/ 5 stars
“Life isn’t worth living until you find someone you can be every side of yourself with.”
Synopsis: “The Selection” meets “The False Prince” in this choose the ending novel where Marina’s whole life has been turned upside down after she was let in on the secret that was kept away from her: she was a princess! Yay….. or not. The thing is, Marina didn’t want to become royalty. She would rather spend her days teaching students at her uncle’s karate dojo.
As if Marina’s life couldn’t get any worse, she meets Prince Nikos and Prince Julian who want nothing to do with her, yet are supposed to teach her how to become a proper princess. Yikes….
Luckily, Marina has also met the kind King Cryus, the loyal guard Evann and the mysterious Tai to help her out and give her company.
Reluctant and stubborn, Marina finds it hard to make a decision on whether or not she wants to continue on her old life or embark on a new royal lifestyle. However, someone is set out to make sure Marina’s decision is very easy- and that she never chooses to live as a royal.
Book review for "A court of mist and fury" by Sarah j maas
BOOK REVIEWS // JUNE 6TH 2020
Rating: 3.5 / 5 stars
“When you spend so long trapped in darkness, Lucien, you find that the darkness begins to stare back.”
Synopsis: Post Acotar and the war with Amarantha, Feyre has found herself still traumatized from the events that happened Under the Mountain. In addition, trouble is brewing in Prythian. Amarantha was only the beginning and there are much worse things in store for the Fae. Feyre realizes that she holds the power that may be the key to save them all.
BOOK REVIEW FOR "TWO CAN KEEP A SECRET IS ONE IS DEAD" by Karen McManus
BOOK REVIEWS // JUNE 4TH 2020
Rating: 3 / 5 stars
“Welcome to life in a small town. You’re only as good as the best thing your family’s done. Or the worst.”
Synopsis: Twins Ellery and Ezra recently move to a small town called Echo Ridge. This is no ordinary town… 20 years ago, Ellery’s aunt had disappeared. 5 years ago, homecoming queen Lacey Kilduff’s body was found. Both were two occurrences in which the perpetrator wasn’t caught. Then a month after Ellery moves in, another girl goes missing. Ellery, Ezra and their friends: Malcomn and Mia make it their mission to uncover the town’s secrets-and find who is behind these murders.
book review for a court of thorn and roses by sarah j maas
BOOK REVIEWS // MAY 21TH 2020
"Be glad of your human heart, Feyre. Pity those who don't feel anything at all.”
Synopsis: Nineteen year old Feyre has been hunting for years to feed the mouths of her family. One day she brings back a wolf from her hunt. Little did she know that this wolf was a friend to a dangerous and powerful Fae. Demanding retribution for his dead friend, Feyre is dragged into Prythian, the land of the Fae. Over time Feyre comes to love her captor, Tamlin and is willing to do anything for him. Her love is soon put on a test as a deadly enemy arises.
Book review for tales from a shadowhunter academy by cassandra clare
BOOK REVIEWS // MAY 17TH 2020
“Simon knew if he looked up he could meet Isabelle’s eyes, or Clary’s and draw strength from them. He could silently ask them if this was the right path, and they would reassure him. But this choice couldn't belong to them. It had to be his, and his alone.”
Synopsis: This book takes place right after the City of Heavenly Fire. Simon Lewis, previously a vampire is now a human who has been stripped of his memories. The past few months have been tough for Simon because everybody expects him to be his old self but without his memories, Simon is having a hard time connecting with his friends. In order to gain some sense or normality, he decides to become a shadowhunter at the Shadowhunter Academy. Here Simon will embark on a journey to join the depleted Shadowhunter forces.
This book consists of ten novellas inside.
Book review of 1984 by george orwell
BOOK REVIEWS // MAY 15TH 2020
Rating: 3.5/5 stars
“WAR IS PEACE
FREEDOM IS SLAVERY
IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH” (Orwell).
Synopsis: 1984 is about a futuristic novel by George Orwell that depicts a world where humans live in a repressive regime. The book follows Winston Smith, who works for the government as a writer who destroys the past and instead writes propaganda that benefits the government instead. Can Winston rebel and defeat the Big Brother (the government)?
25 THINGS TO DO WHEN YOU'RE BORED DURING THE SUMMER
CRAFTS AND diys//JUNE 16, 2019
School’s out for the summer! Yay! No more homework or tests! You live through the first day of summer relaxing and thinking about this. However, this feeling doesn’t last. Pretty soon and you’re already bored!
You’ve come to the right place! Here are 25 fun activities to do during the summer of 2019!
REVIEW OF THE DARK ARTIFACTS: queen of air and darkness- A SHADOWHUNTER NOVEL
Book Reviews // May 11th, 2019
Recently I read the last book in the Dark Artifacts trilogy: Queen of Air and Darkness. Let me just say how heartwrenching this book is! Reading Qoaad was such an emotional roller coaster and a beautiful ending to a well written spin off series. I'm a sucker for all the characters equally! Julian, Emma, Christina, Dru, Mark, Diana, Kit, Ty, Livvy (here come the tears), Helen, Aline, Tavvy and Gywn have my heart. The worst part of this book was turning the last page and realizing I wouldn’t get another book with these characters, save for Dru, Kit and Ty, as the leads.
SHE PERSISTED- HOW DEMI LOVATO STAYED STRONG
editorials // april 6th, 2019
Throughout history, we’ve had some incredibly brave people. All of which fought for what they believed in, fought to give a certain group a voice. Demi Lovato’s story is different, as she fought against herself a learned to believe in herself. This later provided light to others who have suffered through mental health issues. By examining her childhood, teenage years and adulthood, one can see how Demi Lovato persisted in helping herself, which later helped many others get through terrible times in their lives.
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