This post is rife with spoilers for TFTSA, so I would advise any who have not read the book to revisit this post later, else to tread with caution. Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy is the best Shadowhunter Chronicles book, period. It's heartbreakingly sad, but laugh-out-loud funny, explores so many deeper topics, but has the… Continue reading My thoughts on Robert Lightwood’s feelings about Michael Wayland
I know I said I detest insta-love because it's just not realistic, but that exactly how I felt when faced with the Murderbot Diaries. I went from “huh, this looks good” to “OMG I HAVE TO READ EVERYTHING NOW” in a matter of pages. And of course, Murderbot might be the most relatable character I’ve come across recently. I mean, who doesn’t want to sit quietly in the corner avoiding humans and spend time reading books or watching tv shows all day?
The MBTI types of the characters of the Mortal instruments as well as Tales from the Shadowhunter Academy (according to me).
You know that feeling when you come across something so bad that it made you question all the one-star ratings you’d given before? Yeah. That’s what it felt like to read the Betrothed.
With the coronavirus outbreak and resulting lockdown/quarantine, everyone has a lot more time on their hands to read (everyone except me it seems, I've just been swamped in work). So this is an ample opportunity for everyone to pick up those books that have been recommended, but have never been tried! Here are some recommendations… Continue reading Book Recommendations from my Friends and Family!
My sister and I vote our favourites of the year in various genres and fun catogories. Check out the winners of 2019!
House of Earth and Blood, the first book in SJM's brand new series, Cresent City, and her first foray into adult fantasy: a slow-moving novel that could have retained all the information and still been 300 pages shorter.
Heres a brief and (hopefully) enlightening guide to all the knowledge you need to arm yourself with before tackling Chain of Gold!
Rating: ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
Tweet Cute was a witty, sweet and marvellous read, perfect to kick off 2020 with!
This is a summary of the first book of the Dreamer Trilogy, Call Down the Hawk, by Maggie Stiefvater.