Book Review: This Woven Kingdom by Tahereh Mafi (Harper)

I received This Woven Kingdom in LitJoy Crate, and this edition is absolutley beautiful. Like the last book I read, there is a dust jacket with character art inside, and the book itself had golden edges. I love it so much. But onto the actual story. The best way I can have of describing This…… Continue reading Book Review: This Woven Kingdom by Tahereh Mafi (Harper)

Best Fictional Careers

The idea of a 9-5 job is kind of blah, at least in this world. But have you ever wanted a job in a fantasy world? Just imagine being one of these…. An Auror from Harry Potter. Bacially a wizarding bounty hunter. Though potentially a really dangerous job.A Gamemaker from Hunger Games. You get to…… Continue reading Best Fictional Careers

Book Review: Portrait of a Thief by Grace D. Li (Coronet)

I’m back here with anohter book review of a book I meant to finish in June. I started it in June if that counts for anything. A month or so ago, I ordered the April Illumicrate “Nothing But Thieves” box and got the most beautiful edition of Portrait of a Thief by Grace D. Li,…… Continue reading Book Review: Portrait of a Thief by Grace D. Li (Coronet)

Book Lists: Bronte Retellings

I adore retellings and I also adore the Bronte sisters. Emily, Charlotte, and Anne Bronte wrote some well-known classics like Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre. And I bet you that there are loads of retellings of their works. The Madwoman Upstairs by Catherine Lowell Genre: Mystery Average Goodreads Rating: 3.64 When Samantha Whipple’s father dies,…… Continue reading Book Lists: Bronte Retellings

Animal Crossing Book Tag

Again, I wasn’t tagged in this. I’m never tagged in anything haha. But that doesn’t stop me. I also have to admit I’ve only played Animal Crossing a handful of times. But my boyfriend plays so let’s do this. This tag was created by Angharad and Becky–Two Book Thieves. Past Villager–Who is a character you…… Continue reading Animal Crossing Book Tag

Book Review: The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern (Vintage)

It was time for me to finally read an Erin Morgenstern book, and while I think most people steer towards The Night Circus, I decided to start with The Starless Sea. When Zachary stumbles upon a library book that detailed parts of his life in the middle of other fairy-tales, he follows the clues, sending…… Continue reading Book Review: The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern (Vintage)

Book Review: The Bone Spindle by Leslie Vedder (Razorbill)

I am such a sucker for fairy-tale retellings. I want my hands on all of them–every fairy tale and legend with every twist on it imaginable. Maybe it’s my lifelong love of royalty or my desire to live in a fantasy world or the fact I grew up on Disney. Whatever the case, I knew…… Continue reading Book Review: The Bone Spindle by Leslie Vedder (Razorbill)

ARC Review: Dark Justice: The Last Ward: Book One by Shelley Russell Nolan (Odyssey)

First of all, many thanks to the author and publisher for sending me a copy of this e-book in exchange for an honest review! All thoughts on this review are my own. I had the oppurtunity to read Dark Justice: The Last Ward: Book One by Shelley Russell Nolan, published by Odyssey. This exciting start…… Continue reading ARC Review: Dark Justice: The Last Ward: Book One by Shelley Russell Nolan (Odyssey)

Book Review: Beach Read by Emily Henry (Jove)

Book of the Month came through again with one of my May add-on picks: a swoon worthy romcom. My first Emily Henry read, I can honestly say Beach Read lived up to its hype and was the perfect summer read. Emily Henry lives in Cincinatti, and as a fellow Ohioan (albeit the other side of…… Continue reading Book Review: Beach Read by Emily Henry (Jove)

Book Review: The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green (Published by Dutton)

I’ve been a huge John Green fan since I was sixteen–nearly ten years ago, when I first read The Fault in Our Stars. I have watched many of the Vlogbrothers videos and have all of his books so it was only a matter of time before I read his latest work, The Anthropocene Reviewed, even…… Continue reading Book Review: The Anthropocene Reviewed by John Green (Published by Dutton)