Mini Review – The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, City of Girls & Daisy Jones and the Six

Hello Bookworms, it's MINI-REVIEW TIME(cue the applause)!! Okay, settle down, people, now these three novels are books I read in 2020 and have been meaning to review for months. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and City of GIrls were two books I read in quick succession and loved both. Admittedly, I did love City… Continue reading Mini Review – The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, City of Girls & Daisy Jones and the Six

Book Review – The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

Hello bookworms, I am probably the last person on this planet to talk about The Handmaid's Tale….oops. This book was incredibly compelling. Typically with books that get incredibly popular, I develop high expectations, and then…..you know what happens (sad face). Anyway, I will not be reviewing the sequel(only discussing it for a bit), The Testaments,… Continue reading Book Review – The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

Mini Reviews – Silvered Serpents, People We Meet on Vacation & All of Us Villains

Hello Bookworms, if you have read the title, you can easily guess what type of a post this is. Yes, you are indeed correct. It is MINI-REVIEW TIME! This post is quite unprecedented, as I legitimately want to marry every single book here. Is it possible to marry a book? I don't care; I'll do… Continue reading Mini Reviews – Silvered Serpents, People We Meet on Vacation & All of Us Villains

Book Review – Fable Duology by Adrienne Young☀︎

Hello Bookworms, I debated writing a mini-review for this duology for quite some time, but ultimately decided on a full review for these two novels. And possibly the sole reason for that is because of how UNIQUE these books are. It is a CRIME that there aren't enough YA Adventure and Pirates books on the… Continue reading Book Review – Fable Duology by Adrienne Young☀︎

Glimpsed by GF Miller – Blog Tour Stop

Hello Bookworms, when I heard that I had been accepted into this tour I was ELATED! Not only because I knew I would love the book, but because it reminded me of the books from my childhood. I was always a huge fan of fairy godmothers, magic and believing in fairytales in general, so Glimpsed… Continue reading Glimpsed by GF Miller – Blog Tour Stop

Book Review – The Thousandth Floor Series : A Review in Gif’s✺

Hello Bookworms, I have a love-hate relationship with Katharine McGee's novels. I have ~proudly~ expressed my distaste for American Royals, but have never talked about The Thousandth Floor series on my blog. I bought the first book in the series a few years ago as a spur of the moment decision. There wasn't anything that particularly… Continue reading Book Review – The Thousandth Floor Series : A Review in Gif’s✺

5 Reasons to Read Caraval by Stephanie Garber✿

“Every person has the power to change their fate if they are brave enough to fight for what they desire more than anything.”― Stephanie Garber, Caraval Hello Bookworms, if it were up to me, ALL of you would have already read Caraval but, alas, some need more convincing than others. And that's what this post is for!… Continue reading 5 Reasons to Read Caraval by Stephanie Garber✿

Book Review – The Picture of Dorian Gray(☞high school kid talks about a classic)

Hello Bookworms, I am BACK giving my opinion and dissecting books that have already been analyzed for decades! Are you ready to listen to my irrelevant opinion!? YES, YOU ARE! Anyways, I read The Picture of Dorian Gray, and although it wasn't the first classic I've read, it was the FIRST one I GENUINELY enjoyed(who… Continue reading Book Review – The Picture of Dorian Gray(☞high school kid talks about a classic)

Book Review – Arc of a Scythe Series : A Review in Gif’s✬

Hello Bookworms, I have always wanted to do an ENTIRE book review using ONLY gifs, but I just never have! As I was reading this trilogy; Arc of a Scythe, I felt as if it would be perfect for one of these posts. Now let's start with book one! Scythe!! Scythes, need to "glean"(kill) random… Continue reading Book Review – Arc of a Scythe Series : A Review in Gif’s✬

The Puppetmaster’s Apprentice by Lisa DeSelm – Blog Tour Stop

Hello Bookworms, The Puppetmaster's Apprentice was one of the most inventive novels I've read in a long time. This book is Lisa DeSelm's dark fantasy debut, and today's post will include an in-depth review, as well as a look at my favourite quotes. WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR? LET'S GO! Genre: young adult, fantasy Publication date: 13 October 2020 Publisher: Page Street… Continue reading The Puppetmaster’s Apprentice by Lisa DeSelm – Blog Tour Stop

Book Review – A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara❋

Hello Bookworms, this book…this BOOK! Where do I begin? This book made me want to rip my heart out just so I wouldn't be sad anymore. A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara is a heart-breaking masterpiece that was so difficult to read. I truly hope my review brings it to justice, as this novel is… Continue reading Book Review – A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara❋

Mini Reviews – Slingshot, The Gilded Wolves & The Glass Castle❤︎

Hello Bookworms, today's mini-review is a lovely one. Do you know why? It's because ALL of these books are AMAZING! If you are looking for your next read, pick any one of these and you will be satisfied. Summary: Grace Welles had resigned herself to the particular loneliness of being fifteen and stuck at a… Continue reading Mini Reviews – Slingshot, The Gilded Wolves & The Glass Castle❤︎

The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life – Blog Tour Stop

Hello Bookworms, welcome back to yet another blog tour stop! I thought I was dreaming when I got accepted into this tour, this YA contemporary has my name written ALL over it! The cover is so gorgeous and cute, and the premise interested me right away. Genre: Young Adult LGBTQ+ ContemporaryPublishing date: September 22nd, 2020 Rating: ★★★★… Continue reading The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life – Blog Tour Stop

Book Review and Discussion – Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella🛍

Hello Bookworms, I AM SO SO SO SO SO THRILLED TO BE WRITING THIS POST! I went on a reading spree with this series a few months ago, and I became seriously ADDICTED(I am not kidding, I read all eight books in two weeks). It was slightly concerning, but there was just something about the… Continue reading Book Review and Discussion – Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophie Kinsella🛍

Book Review – Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov✦

Lolita, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul. Lo-lee-ta: the tip of the tongue taking a trip of three steps down the palate to tap, at three, on the teeth. Lo. Lee. Ta. She was Lo, plain Lo, in the morning, standing four feet ten in one sock. She was… Continue reading Book Review – Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov✦