This month, I'm taking part in this round of The Biblio Games, which is measured by the number of pages read. It has various challenges, which I've detailed below. As always, this will be a working document, which I will update as the month progresses. The TBR: Tower of Dawn by Sarah J Maas (660 … Continue reading The Biblio Games (June) TBR
May has just flown by! I didn't get to post as much as I wanted to, but I'm proud of what I've achieved this month anyway, especially my UKYABA nomination! I managed to read 23 books this month and you can check out brief reviews/thoughts on each of them in my Weekly Wrap-Ups: #12 #13 … Continue reading May Wrap-Up and Haul
Today, I'll be reviewing all the books I've read up since my last wrap-up, but only up until the end of May. 1. Finale by Stephanie Garber This was such a satisfying end to the trilogy for me, with even more magic, beautiful enchanted objects and world/mythology building that was so rich. Full thoughts to … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up #14
Last month, the lovely Emma from Never Judge A Book By Its Cover and I launched Let’s Talk YA. You can check out the first, second, third fourth books I’ve previously recommended, all of which are incredible UKYA books that I think need to be shouted about more. Today, I'm discussing the brilliant I Was Born For This by Alice Oseman. Content … Continue reading Let’s Talk YA #5
I have to admit, I was sold by the comparison to Stranger Things, that cover and the fascinating concept. I'm a sucker for any small-town, claustrophobic vibes and I definitely got those and loads more. Trigger/content warnings: grief, the death of family members (in the past), violence, assault, abandonment, biphobia and gore. Synopsis: Branches and … Continue reading The Devouring Gray
It has been a while since my last weekly wrap up, so I have quite a few books to discuss today! I will be talking about all the books I'd read up to Sunday 26th May and will try to keep the reviews at about 50 words.
TW: snakes, insects, sexual assault and emotional abuse I went into this, knowing nothing but that it was inspired by the story of Medusa, which was enough to sell me. Her story has enthralled me since I discovered the full tale when I was younger, so I'm always up for a Medusa inspired, atmospheric tale of curses … Continue reading The Cold Is In Her Bones