Don’t expect for the ending to be anything but shocking.
The Fantastic Flying Book Club Blog Tour February 18 – February 24, 2020.
The Fantastic Flying Book Club Blog Tour February 4 – February 11, 2020.
The Fantastic Flying Book Club Blog Tour January 28 – February 3, 2020.
Celtic and Norse mythology collide in this atmospheric fantasy.
The Girl The Sea Gave Back made me want my time spent reading it back.
If anything, this book is a glimpse into the dark lifestyles that people live when they only live for themselves and promoting their own gain.
Forgiveness is freedom.
Book Review of Evermore: the finale to a memorable duology.
Ross beautifully captures the intricacies of how politics play such a deeply influential, and very powerful role in societies.
A vivid debut about a young woman who discovers that blood doesn’t define her and magic once lost can be recovered and restored.
In the ancient moors of Scotland, the king of Calidon lies on his deathbed, cursed by a ring that cannot be removed from his finger. When a mysterious fey stranger appears to save the king, he also carries a secret that could tear the royal family apart. The kingdom’s only hope will lie with two […]
I feel like my ARC pile gets bigger each month instead of smaller… It’s funny how the opposite tends to happen of what my intentions are. I keep pledging that I’ll request NO MORE ARCs for a while, yet, I keep receiving them. Anyways, May seems to be the month of western fantasies! I have […]
Wow, May is already here. Does anyone else feel like 2018 is absolutely flying? Maybe it’s because I’m counting down to June. Either way, I really can’t believe it’s already May! Before I get into this, let’s recap what State of the ARC is all about! The State of the ARC Meme is hosted by AvalinahsBooks. Go check […]
Yeah, it’s almost May… But I thought I’d still share which ARCs I have to read and review for this month! I’ve read most of them and have been pretty impressed with the releases this month. However, since this post is quite late, I’ll keep it short and sweet! Children of Daedala by Caighlan Smith […]