5 Things About Crimson Bound By Rosamund Hodge

5 Things About Crimson Bound By Rosamund Hodge

November 23, 2016 Review 26 ★★★★

Fairy Tale Retelling Retellings are some of the great comfort reads I love to pick up when I’m stressed all struggling. I love being able to not only visit a familiar tale, but also explore a new take on it. CRIMSON BOUND is a bit of a mix of Red Riding Hood elements with some Hansel and Gretel influences, but […]

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How to Find Time to Read

How to Find Time to Read

November 15, 2016 Discussion, Tutorial 30

You know what’s funny, I’ve been trying to find time to write this post for 4 months now but uni and exams haven’t let me. Even though I didn’t have time to write this post, I did have manage to make time to read. So of course I’m highly qualified to teach this lesson.  Most book bloggers I know really […]

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October 2016 Wrap Up

October 2016 Wrap Up

November 2, 2016 Meme 8

It only just dawned on me the other day that 2016 is nearly over. I refuse to believe that because there is still so much to do! The only good thing about it is it means those pretty 2017 goodies are closer! Reviews Discussions Bec I can’t even think of things I’ve done this past months because final exams start […]

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Review: The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

Review: The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

October 31, 2016 Review 16 ★★★

THE DIABOLIC is a fairly brutal YA science fiction novel. Sci fi is a genre that I have always struggled with, but I found THE DIABOLIC to be a fairly easy read to get into, despite overall mixed feelings. The World The world in this novel is pretty complex; there are different religions, classes of people, and government hierarchy. I […]

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5 Things About Black Heart by Holly Black

5 Things About Black Heart by Holly Black

October 29, 2016 Review 8 ★★★½

Back to the mystery and intrigue One of the things I was worried about was that I would find BLACK HEART as meh as I found RED GLOVE. Fortunately for me, we get more heists and intrigue right from the get go. It was more fast paced than the second book which helped a lot and had less romance angst. […]

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