NEWTs / August Wrap-Up

What was your favourite read this month? September dawning on us means I am fully in the swing of 'give me all the autumn vibes', but also means its time for another wrap-up! So over August, I participated in the NEWTs readathon set up by Book Roast. I've had an absolute blast, and one hell … Continue reading NEWTs / August Wrap-Up

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πŸ“š REVIEW | Spellslinger – Sebastien de Castell

β€œFirst thing you learn wandering the long roads, kid. Everyone thinks they're the hero of their own story." Although the storyline is pretty dark, this was quite a fun read. I went in with zero expectations, hell, I didn’t even read the blurb. The cover drew me in and I'd heard it was meant to … Continue reading πŸ“š REVIEW | Spellslinger – Sebastien de Castell

πŸ“š REVIEW | Northanger Abbey – Jane Austen

If you haven't read this book - I guess you consider the following spoilery. You have been warned! I read this as a buddy read with a small group of people on bookstagram, and also for one of my NEWTs prompts. I adored this book even more second time around. Although Catherine is a bit … Continue reading πŸ“š REVIEW | Northanger Abbey – Jane Austen

πŸ“š REVIEW | Godsgrave – Jay Kristoff

Fear not, little mortal. The song is not yet sung. This is but the calm before the crescendo. This tale is only two of three. Birth. And life. And death. So patience, gentlefriends. Patience. Close your eyes. Take my hand. And walk with me. This. Book… Goodness gracious me - I sure am glad I … Continue reading πŸ“š REVIEW | Godsgrave – Jay Kristoff

πŸ“š REVIEW | Listen To The Wind – Susanne Dunlap

Susanne Dunlap brings to life 13th Century France masterfully in this tale. Although I do not know much about the era, this book brought back memories as reading Kate Mosse's Labyrinth - a book I completely adore. I have much the same feelings for Listen to the Wind. Our two central characters, Azemar and AzalaΓ―s, … Continue reading πŸ“š REVIEW | Listen To The Wind – Susanne Dunlap

πŸ“š REVIEW | Obsidio – Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff

Release Date: March 2018 Publisher: Rock the Boat Genre: YA, Sci-Fi Page Count: 618 Goodreads Page Rating: β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜… Live a life worth dying for. Meet my new obsession. This book. This series. I think it's catapulted to favourite all time book/series! I laughed, I cried. I can't stop thinking about it! I'm lamenting it's over, … Continue reading πŸ“š REVIEW | Obsidio – Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff

πŸ“š REVIEW | Girls With Sharp Sticks – Suzanne Young

Release Date: March 2019 Publisher: Simon & Schuster Genre: Dystopian, YA, Sci-Fi Page Count: 400 Goodreads Page Rating: β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜† Quick review, as even reading the blurb will spoil the twists for this one. Welcome to Innovations Academy - an exclusive girls finishing school, where things are not what they seem. β€œShame is the best teacher.” … Continue reading πŸ“š REVIEW | Girls With Sharp Sticks – Suzanne Young

πŸ“š REVIEW | Nevernight – Jay Kristoff

Release Date: August 2016 Publisher: Harper Voyager Genre: Fantasy, High Fantasy, Historical Fantasy Page Count: 643 Goodreads Page Rating: β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜…β˜… β€œThe books we love, they love us back. And just as we mark our places in the pages, those pages leave their marks on us. I can see it in you, sure as I see … Continue reading πŸ“š REVIEW | Nevernight – Jay Kristoff