Brysen and Kylee are twins living in the country of Uztar, a place where birds of prey are looked upon with honor and utmost respect. Their entire lives are spent flying, trapping and selling birds. After the death of their father, a cruel and terrible human, the twins must pay off his debt to the … Continue reading Book Review: Black Wings Beating by Alex London
Since I'm getting back into the swing of things, I figured I would get back onto the T5T train! This may be one of my favorites so far. I feel like most of the books I've read lately involve magic in some way. Thank you Bionic Book Worm! 1. The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw "It's … Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday – Top 5 Books With Magic!
Hey everyone! This summer is flying by and I'm trying to fit in all the outside reading time I can. Fall is 100% my favorite time of year (sweaters, pumpkins and cider donuts please) and I cannot wait to stop sweating haha. Today's meme is brought to you by Sam at Taking on A World … Continue reading WWW Wednesday
One of things I've noticed lately is what comes with trying to balance blogging regularly and maintaining a social life. I am constantly wondering how others do it. I typically finish one book a week/every two weeks depending on how busy my weekends are. I am constantly seeing other bloggers being able to finish 1-3 … Continue reading Book Blogs, Real Life, Guilt and Being Enough
"Once upon a time, in a land long since burned to ash, there lived a young princess who loved her kingdom... very much". HOLY MOLY. I'm gonna be honest here. I wasn't that into the first Throne of Glass book. It was an okay read. As far as SJM goes, I liked the ACOTAR series … Continue reading Book Review: Heir of Fire by Sarah J.Maas (in which I squeal a lot)
MY PLAIN JANE is a Gothic, humorous Jane Eyre retelling that will have you giggling. If you liked MY LADY JANE, you will like this is as well. However, I didn't like MLJ. I couldn't get past the fact that the love interest turned into a horse. I get it, it's supposed to be funny … Continue reading Book Review: My Plain Jane
First of all, this was 100% a cover buy for me. And I don't regret it. In the Astonishing Color of After, sixteen year old Leigh is dealing with the aftermath of her mother's suicide. Although her mother suffered from depression for many years, Leigh believed strongly that she would get through it. Leigh becomes … Continue reading Book Review: The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X.R. Pan