Remember when I was part of the blog tour for These Rebel Waves? And when I unboxed August’s Fairyloot? Oh my goodness, you guys. I’m way too excited about this book, so I decided to write a review. You can never gush about your favourite things enough, right?! Anyway, here’s my spoiler free review!
Oh, my goodness. My heart is SO full of happiness right now. You’re all probably aware of the To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before movie by now, and let me tell you this: it deserves ALL the hype it gets. I’m not really a rom-com person, and I wasn’t sure what to expect but I loved it so much more than I thought it would. I’ve actually lost count of how many times I’ve watched this movie. It could be five times, could be ten… WHO KNOWS?! I wouldn’t call this post a review exactly, but here are my thoughts.
It’s been a long time since I’ve picked up a fantasy novel and read it in just one single day, but it happened with Legendary. This book was just impossible to put down! I’d been looking forward to this sequel since I finished the Dutch edition of Caraval before the English one even came out, and it did not disappoint. Here’s my review!
Whew! How is it September already? I swear to the bookish gods I missed the last day of August? Not that being a few days late with my Bookish Bulletin is a crime, but I was surprised to find I hadn’t worked on it yet while I should’ve done that… Oops? Life has just been crazy! Anyway, I’ve got a lot to tell you, so let’s just dive right in.
Whew, I was hoping to get this post up earlier, but then
There’s no other book like Illuminae. I mean that in many different ways because I don’t think there’s any book I put off reading for so long. At one point, it was on my TBR. I’ve held multiple editions in my hands at multiple bookshops, I removed it from my TBR… Then my best friend picked it up and loved it so that personal recommendation must’ve done it for me! I picked it up at my favourite bookshop and it. blew. my. mind. Holy plot twists, Batman! I’m not really into sci-fi, but this was such a great book!
Bookish people often write reviews. Whether you have a blog, #Bookstagram or Goodreads account doesn’t matter. In some way, we’ve all shared our opinions of our favourite (or least favourite) books! Writing reviews is often a hard thing to do, and can take up so much time! I’m sure you all know how to write a review, but if you’re interested I how I write my reviews, keep on reading!
Helloooo, gorgeous cover! And Happy Book Birthday to you! Emily R. King’s Hundredth Queen series is officially coming to an end today with the release of The Warrior Queen. I got to review the first three books in the series on my blog and I’m so happy I get to review the fourth as well. It’s like finishing a series for myself! Also, I just have to say this cover is definitely my favourite of them all. Curious about my review? Keep on reading!
At the beginning of this year, I set my Goodreads Reading Challenge to 75 books. The number is pretty much right in the middle of my two previous challenges, and it felt right. Then I slipped from one reading slump into the other and even my summer holiday wasn’t able to help me catch up. Since I’m about to go back to college, and my reading time will be much less, I’ve decided to have a good look at my reading; Will I be able to reach my goal?
I love bad guys in books. Especially when they’re actually just as sweet and lovely as cinnamon rolls. There’s nothing better than falling in love with a bad guy, right?! And then discovering they’re just the sweetest boys ever. RIGHT?! If you couldn’t tell yet, I really love a cinnamon roll who’s simply disguised as a bad guy. Here are my five favourites!