DOUBLE REVIEW: The Bone Season & The Pale Dreamer

To start off this review, I just wanted to say that the primary reason I began reading this book is because one of my bookstagram idols, Lauren of FictionTea, is always talking about how this is her favourite book of all time. Although, that being said, I probably went in with higher expectations than I should…

REVIEW: The Disappearance of Sloan Sullivan

Thank you to NetGalley and Harlequin TEEN for providing me with a free copy of this book. Today The Disappearance of Sloane Sullivan by Gia Cribbs hits the shelves, and today is the day I tell you to get to the nearest bookstore and pick it up. The story follows Sloane, a girl who has been in…

REVIEW: The Lamb Will Slaughter The Lion

The only way I can truly think to describe Margaret Killjoy‘s novella The Lamb Will Slaughter The Lion is through this tweet I posted when I first started the book: The story follows Danielle as she hunts for any clues as to the cause of her best friend’s suicide, and ends up in the middle of…

An Update

Things haven’t been great the last few weeks, and as I thought things were beginning to look up, I got knocked down once again. This month was supposed to be full of fun Star Wars posts that I had had planned out for months, but – as is usual for me lately – mental health…

Day 3: REVIEW: Last Shot

Last Shot by Daniel José Older is one of the first Star Wars books of the year that I’ve been truly dying for. A pre-trilogy set story based around Han and Lando? Yes please! Older’s novel jumps back and forth through time, covering not only a new heist than Han and Lando are on, but jumped back far…

Day 2: Padmé Amidala

The prequel trilogy gets a lot more flack than it deserves in my opinion. No, they aren’t as clear cut as the original trilogy – aka. there’s a lot more political lingo rather than “those are the bad guys, shoot them” – but that doesn’t make them less enjoyable. Honestly, my favourite part about the…

Day 1: Leia & Amilyn

It’s officially May 1st and that means it’s Star Wars Month! Every day this month I’m going to talk about a different topic in the Star Wars universe and am so excited to geek out about this. To kick things off, it’s only fair the first topic is the galaxy’s favourite princess and general, Leia Organa (and her dear…

KING OF SCARS Cover Reveal

So if you know a single thing about me, you know just how much I adore my sweet sobachka, Nikolaj Lantsov of Leigh Bardugo’s Grisha Trilogy. He is honestly the best part about the series and after finally finishing Ruin & Rising earlier this year, all I could think was “Nikolaj deserved better”. I just about died when Leigh announced…

REVIEW: Chatterbox

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review I going to start off this review like I usually do when it comes to collections like this: I’m honestly the worst person when it comes to analyzing poetry and that’s why I don’t often read it. However, I…

Taking A Break

In case it wasn’t obvious by my last blog post I’m in a bit of a slump at the moment. Both with reading and things in my personal life. It isn’t fun and if anything, churning out reviews for graphic novels and trying to come up with blog posts is only stressing me out more. So…

REVIEW: Bookish Boyfriends

I received an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review I requested this book when I saw it on NetGalley because I thought it sounded like a fluffy piece of mindless reading in which a high school girl dates her way through the boys of classic literature. Instead, what…