Category: Book Review

A Court Of Mist And Fury

In A Court of Mist and Fury, Sarah J. Maas continues the story three months after the end of A Court of Thorns and Roses (book 1). I always try not to include any spoilers, but if you haven’t read book 1, you may want to skip this […]

A Court Of Thorns And Roses

I have only recently started really getting into the fantasy genre, but it has quickly become a favorite of mine. I’ve heard a lot about A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas and decided to give it a shot. I know I’m really late to […]

A Violet Fire

A Violet Fire by Kelsey Quick absolutely blew me away. I was quickly ensnared by this story and could not put this book down if I tried. I didn’t even try though. I wanted to find out what happened, flipping page after page until I had finished the […]

The Queen Of Nothing

The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black was just released yesterday, and all I can say is WHOA. I read the entire book in a single sitting, and I regret NOTHING! If you haven’t read this trilogy (see my reviews for previous books The Cruel Prince and The […]

Sugar, Smoke, Song

I received an advanced review copy of this book from Edelweiss, and I’m voluntarily providing a review. I was intrigued by so many facets of this collection of stories. Reema Rajbanshi’s debut novel Sugar, Smoke, Song was a beautifully written work that was deeper than it appeared to […]

The Tattooist of Auschwitz

I finally got around to reading The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris, a true story that I have been meaning to read for ages, but have been putting off due to personal concerns, which I’ll address after my trigger warning. EDIT: I’ve updated this review after being […]

Remembrance

I received an Advanced Reader Copy of this book through Bookish First. I am providing this review voluntarily. Remembrance by Rita Woods was an intriguing and moving debut novel that was a breathtaking mix of historical fiction and magic. The characters and the story stuck with me after […]

Where The Crawdads Sing

Where the Crawdads Sing is a debut novel by Delia Owens that left me breathless in a way that no book ever has before, and I think sets a high standard that very few books will ever meet. I do not say this lightly. This book is the […]

Girl Desecrated

I received a copy of this book for free from Book Sirens and I am providing this review voluntarily. TRIGGER WARNING: use of derogatory terms for mental illness, physical and psychological childhood abuse, violence, murder, promiscuity, rape. Girl Desecrated by Cheryl Cowtan was the story of Rachel on […]

A Gentleman In Moscow

I had seen a lot of buzzing about A Gentleman In Moscow by Amor Towles on social media, and it sparked my curiosity. When I looked up the description and discovered that it is set in post-revolution Russia, I absolutely knew that I had to get my hands […]