REVIEW | Last Argument of Kings – Joe Abercrombie

I've had this review sitting here since I read this book in December - reading the entire trilogy last year. I adored this sotry and I can't wait to pick up the standalones this year, and finally start A Little Hatred which I've had since it released (of course). Proof is boring. Proof is tiresome. … Continue reading REVIEW | Last Argument of Kings – Joe Abercrombie

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April | OWLs TBR

I just realised I never posted this! *facepalms* Hello there! So for April I'm going to participate in Book Roast's Magical Readathon! I adored this last year when I completed Hogwarts Professor, and this year I'm going for Spell Maker! The Books ANCIENT RUNESHeartstopperARITHMANCYOver The TopASTRONOMYHalf-BloodCHARMSSaga Volume 1DIVINATIONWill be random from my endless kindle TBR … Continue reading April | OWLs TBR

REVIEW | Where Wisteria Falls – Chloe Openshaw

That ending! I didn't see that coming! It was gripping and completely emotion-filled - however, it also left me with some questions about other happenings in the story (unless I misremembered them). Lucy Lane disappeared six years ago from her grandparent's house, and no one knows what happened that day. The family go back every … Continue reading REVIEW | Where Wisteria Falls – Chloe Openshaw

REVIEW | Ninth House – Leigh Bardugo

“Mors irrumat omnia. Death fucks us all.” Although slow and little confusing at the start, it gets interesting and then this book really picks up in the last 100 or so pages. I found the end a tad predictable, even if I didn't predict the specifics - but the way the story finishes up, I … Continue reading REVIEW | Ninth House – Leigh Bardugo

REVIEW | House of Earth and Blood – Sarah J Maas

“Through love, all is possible.” Unmistakably Sarah's work, this book still feels very much like her ACOTAR series to me. Just with more swearing and getting to the point. But, I am totally hooked. Please give me more. I will spend all my money. With a slower start, this fantasy set in a world more … Continue reading REVIEW | House of Earth and Blood – Sarah J Maas

REVIEW | King of Thorns – Mark Lawrence

A dark time comes.My time.If it offends you.Stop me. Over this book, the second in a trilogy, we see Jorg grow a little. Sure his choices are still selfish at heart, but he does do some little acts of good for others. And you can never call him stupid - I adore the twists an … Continue reading REVIEW | King of Thorns – Mark Lawrence

REVIEW | Cinder – Marissa Meyer

“Even in the Future the Story Begins with Once Upon a Time.” Cinder is a sci-fi retelling of Cinderella that I have put off for way too long! I adore how this story has been adapted, with Cinder being a cyborg, who are ostracised by society and often not even seen as anything human, living … Continue reading REVIEW | Cinder – Marissa Meyer

REVIEW | Darkdawn – Jay Kristoff

But to live in the hearts of those we leave behind is to never die. And to burn in the memories of our friends is to never say goodbye. So let me say this instead.Goodnight, gentlefriend.Goodnight.Never flinch.Never fear.And never, ever forget. This book! THIS BOOK! 😍 Just all the stars, it was so amazing! I … Continue reading REVIEW | Darkdawn – Jay Kristoff