REVIEW: Young Jedi Knights 1: Heirs of the Force

One of my favourite characters when it comes to the old Star Wars canon was always Jacen Solo, so what I've been doing is slowly collecting the now out-of-print Young Jedi Knights series that was published for the middle grade/young adult market to get more of Jacen and Jaina while also learning a little bit more about Luke's Jedi... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Imaginary Friend

Just in time for Halloween, here’s my review of Stephen Chbosky’s latest novel, IMAGINARY FRIEND. If you’re looking for a horror of a rollercoaster ride, I highly recommend it. (TRIGGER WARNINGS INCLUDED AT THE END OF THE REVIEW)

REVIEW: Red Rising

During July, I tried my best to participate in the FaeCrate #bloodydamnfae Red Rising read-a-long, but sadly was too caught up in other things to finish it on time. BUT I FINISHED IT NOW AND BLOODYDAMN HELL WHAT

#countdowntodarkdawn: Nevernight

Nevernight is the first book in the series, following the rise of Mia Corvere as she stabs her way into a religious institution set on training the most masterful of assassins. I have never read a Jay Kristoff work before now and wow am I feeling a lot of emotions here.

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