Synopsis Shiori, the only princess of Kiata, has a secret. Forbidden magic runs through her veins. Normally she conceals it well, but on the morning of her betrothal ceremony, Shiori loses control. At first, her mistake seems like a stroke of luck, forestalling the wedding she never wanted, but it also catches the attention ofContinue reading “‘Six Crimson Cranes’ by Elizabeth Lim, a small review.”
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‘The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue’ by V.E Schwab, a small review
I was originally going to do a full review of this book as I am a huge fan of all and anything that V.E Schwab produces, but for fear that I wouldn’t be able to stop, I decided it best to keep it short and sweet. Just know, that V.E Schwab has done it again,Continue reading “‘The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue’ by V.E Schwab, a small review”
‘Wolf Den’ by Elodie Harper, a small review.
Synopsis Sold by her mother. Enslaved in Pompeii’s brothel. Determined to survive. Her name is Amara. Welcome to the Wolf Den… Amara was once a beloved daughter, until her father’s death plunged her family into penury. Now she is a slave in Pompeii’s infamous brothel, owned by a man she despises. Sharp, clever and resourceful,Continue reading “‘Wolf Den’ by Elodie Harper, a small review.”
‘The Taking of Jake Livingston’ by Ryan Douglas Review.
Synopsis Jake Livingston is one of the only Black kids at St. Clair Prep, one of the others being his infinitely more popular older brother. It’s hard enough fitting in but to make matters worse and definitely more complicated, Jake can see the dead. In fact he sees the dead around him all the time.Continue reading “‘The Taking of Jake Livingston’ by Ryan Douglas Review.”
Blog Tour: Poisoned by Jennifer Donnelly
Synopsis Beautiful Sophie with lips as red as blood, skin as pale as snow, and hair as dark as night, is about to come of age and inherit her father’s throne. But Sophie’s stepmother wants rid of her – beautiful she may be, but too weak and foolish to reign. And Sophie believes her, asContinue reading “Blog Tour: Poisoned by Jennifer Donnelly”
Blog Tour: Midnight Twins by Holly Race
Synopsis Fern King is about to uncover a place that she could not have imagined in all her wildest dreams. Annwn is the dream mirror of our world, a place where Dreamers walk in their slumber, their dreams playing out all around them. An enchanted, mysterious place that feeds our own world – as withoutContinue reading “Blog Tour: Midnight Twins by Holly Race”
Again Again by E. Lockhart
I was supposed to do be doing a review of this book today, but unfortunately the book hasn’t arrived in the post and I didn’t have time to finish the book on my Kindle that I only obtained a few days ago (I don’t really like reading ebooks so it’s taking me some time, I’mContinue reading “Again Again by E. Lockhart”
The Sims 4: Eco Lifestyle Gameplay Trailer
The Sims team has just dropped a brand new trailer for the Eco Lifestyle expansion pack that is coming out this June. The trailer focused on the gameplay features that we can expect from the upcoming pack and let me tell you I am pumped. If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, then here itContinue reading “The Sims 4: Eco Lifestyle Gameplay Trailer”
Books I want to read now that my slump is over.
I’ve very recently come out of a nearly 2 year reading slump and now I am hipped, hopped hyped and ready to go on catching up on all the new releases and books I have been accumulating during that difficult time. Some of these books are beginnings of series that I’ve been meaning to readContinue reading “Books I want to read now that my slump is over.”
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman review
Author: Gail Honeyman Publisher: Harper Collins Series: Stand Alone Published: May 9th, 2017 Rating: 5/5 Goodreads Summary ￼ No one’s ever told Eleanor that life should be better than fine. Meet Eleanor Oliphant: She struggles with appropriate social skills and tends to say exactly what she’s thinking. Nothing is missing in her carefully timetabled life ofContinue reading “Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman review”