Thank you so much to NetGalley for sending me an ebook to write an honest review. This does not affect my rating whatsoever. Raised in a small village surrounded by vast forests, Liba and Laya have lived a peaceful sheltered life – even if they’ve heard of troubling times for Jews elsewhere. When their parentsContinue reading “The Sisters of the Winter Wood”
“it’s the night-bloomers that shine so brightly against the backdrop of black and swaths of mystique. wound with layers of sensuality and dark passions, it’s the ones who tempt the boundaries of blasphemy in exchange of one pure, unadulterated breath, that stain the earth with desolation and broken olive branches.”
Thank you to NetGalley and Wattpad Books for providing me with the ebook for an honest review. In no way did that influence my opinions or rating. TRIGGER WARNING: RAPE, VIOLENCE, DOMESTIC ABUSE, THREATS OF VIOLENCE (not all of it goes into detail—some of it is implied.) How well can you ever really know yourContinue reading “What Happened That Night”
I recently reread this amazing series by Sarah J Maas and figured I’d write a review on it. After all, I need an excuse to talk about how much I love the Inner Circle. (Especially Cassian.) SPOILERS AHEAD. (Seriously, if you haven’t read these books, do not continue reading the review after A Court ofContinue reading “A Court of Thorns & Roses Series”
When I think of Sarah Dessen, I think of summer. (Even though she does have, I think?, three or four books also set during the school year—Lock and Key, Someone Like You, Saint Anything and What Happened to Goodbye). Her new book, The Rest of the Story, doesn’t disappoint. It is all about summer. ItContinue reading “The Rest of the Story”
Firstly, I would love to thank NetGalley for sending over a copy of All The Things We Never Said by Yasmin Rahman to give an honest review. I appreciate it so much. TRIGGER WARNING: MENTAL ILLNESS, SELF-HARM, SUICIDAL THOUGHTS, MENTIONS OF SUICIDE, SEXUAL ABUSE Synopsis: 16-year-old Mehreen Miah’s anxiety and depression, or ‘Chaos’, as sheContinue reading “All The Things We Never Said”
These Witches Don’t Burn is a spellbinding novel to a new series by Isabel Stirling. It features everything from (gay) witches, first loves and heartbreaks, trying to get over said first love whilst searching for the Blood Witch in town and trying to solve a mystery to meeting a cute ballerina at a party and trying to flirt and hopefully get a date with her.