Review: A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray

A British girl uncovers the mystery of her mother’s death — and discovers powers she never knew she possessed — in this engrossing, imaginative Victorian-era novel by Libba Bray. Two months after her mother’s sudden and puzzling suicide, Gemma Doyle travels from India, where she was raised, to England for her new life at an … More Review: A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray

Review: Firebolt by Adrienne Woods | Dragonian Series #1

Dragons. Right. Teenage girls don’t believe in fairy tales, and sixteen-year-old Elena Watkins was no different. Until the night a fairy tale killed her father. Now Elena’s in a new world, and a new school. The cutest guy around may be an evil dragon, a Prince wants Elena’s heart, and a long dead sorcerer may … More Review: Firebolt by Adrienne Woods | Dragonian Series #1

ARC Review: Running Full Tilt by Michael Currinder

Like most siblings, Leo and Caleb have a complicated relationship. But Caleb’s violent outbursts literally send Leo running. When the family is forced to relocate due to Caleb’s uncontrollable behaviour, Leo tries to settle into a new school, joining the cross-country team and discovering his talent for racing and endurance for distance. Things even begin … More ARC Review: Running Full Tilt by Michael Currinder

Dream Library | My Ideal Spot To Snuggle With A Book And Chill

Molly Kay from Arhaus reached out to me last week and proposed a wonderful idea – sharing my idea of a dream library. This is probably something we book lovers always have at the back of our minds, which was why I was super excited to post about this. I would like to thank Molly … More Dream Library | My Ideal Spot To Snuggle With A Book And Chill

ARC Review: Select by Marit Weisenberg

Coming from a race of highly-evolved humans, Julia Jaynes has the perfect life. The perfect family. The perfect destiny. But there’s something rotten beneath the surface—dangerous secrets her father is keeping; abilities she was never meant to have; an elite society of people determined to keep their talents hidden and who care nothing for the … More ARC Review: Select by Marit Weisenberg