Tag: fantasy

Crooked Kingdom

Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo is the sequel to Six of Crows. If you haven’t read Six of Crows yet, you may want to check out my post that provides ten reasons why you should read it. If you haven’t read it, you may want to skip over […]

Ruin And Rising

Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo is the third book in the Shadow and Bone trilogy. Having loved Shadow and Bone (book 1), and Siege and Storm (book 2), I couldn’t wait to jump into this one. WARNING: While I always make sure not to include spoilers about […]

Siege And Storm

Siege and Storm by Leigh Bardugo is book #2 in the Shadow and Bone series. It picks up where Shadow and Bone left off, and I was really excited to read it. Leigh Bardugo has quickly become one of my favorite writers, and I could not wait to […]

Throne Of Glass

Since I loved the A Court of Thorns and Roses series so much, and I flew through all the available books in that series, I’ve been going through some severe Sarah J. Maas withdrawal. During a recent trip to my library, I came across Throne of Glass, and […]

The Night Circus

As a fairly new book blogger, I sometimes feel as though I’m racing to catch up on current events in the book world. While Erin Morgenstern’s The Starless Sea was released in November 2019, I had only just gotten my hands on a copy of The Night Circus, […]

Caraval

Caraval by Stephanie Garber is another YA fantasy book that I’ve seen a lot of people talking about. I had gone into the library to pick up one book that I had requested, and left with 8 books. This is the struggle of being a bookworm. Honestly though, […]

Romanov

I’ve heard some great things about Romanov by Nadine Brandes, and as a lover of stories about Russia, I knew I had to get my mitts on a copy. So I requested it from my library, and rushed off to get it the day it arrived. Along with […]

The Lost Sisters

The Lost Sisters by Holly Black is a short novella between The Cruel Prince and The Wicked King. It’s interesting, because much like the quick story at the end of The Cruel Prince, it gives you a glimpse of the story from a completely different angle. SPOILER ALERT: […]

The Deep

I received an ARC of this book from the publisher through BookishFirst, and I am providing an honest review voluntarily. The Deep by Rivers Solomon with Daveed Diggs, William Hutson, and Jonathan Snipes is a work of art that is haunting, painful, and beautiful all at once. The […]