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5 Things About Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige

5 Things About Stealing Snow by Danielle Paige

August 2, 2017 Review 6 ★★

Not a retelling like I thought When I first heard this title, I thought I was getting a retelling of Snow White. It’s not. The closest thing to a retelling are the pills that Snow takes in the beginning (she named them after the seven dwarves and the associated emotions). It’s actually the start of a series too, which I […]

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Why I DNFed The Disgrace of Kitty Grey

Why I DNFed The Disgrace of Kitty Grey

June 20, 2017 Review 10 DNF

Three years ago I wrote a post about how I struggle to DNF books. Since that post I’ve DNFed maybe 3 books out of 250. As you can see, DNFing is still a struggle for me, but when it came to THE DISGRACE OF KITTY GREY it was an easy decision I made at 28%. It had already been sitting […]

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5 Things About A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas

5 Things About A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas

July 18, 2016 Review 22 ★★★★★

So much pain and emotion This book was challenging to read for the first half. All the characters have things they have to work through, they’re not in great places. Which isn’t unsurprising after what happened Under the Mountain. The emotional turmoil caused me a lot of pain. So many feels. I pitied Tamlin for a number of reasons, but […]

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5 Things about Queen of Shadows by Sarah J. Maas

5 Things about Queen of Shadows by Sarah J. Maas

December 17, 2015 Review 12 ★★★★★

Pure Epicness With every new Throne of Glass release I swear I spend half the review talking about how epic it’s becoming. Once again, QUEEN OF SHADOWS is the most epic instalment of the series so far. The world is growing, the plot is thickening and becoming bigger, and there are more and more epic action scenes on a scale […]

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ARC Review: The Winner’s Crime by Marie Rutkoski

ARC Review: The Winner’s Crime by Marie Rutkoski

March 12, 2015 Review 31 ★★★★½

This is a book review I probably shouldn’t be writing right after I finished reading, but if I don’t write it now all my feelings will be gone and I won’t know what to say. I’m devastated. Not because THE WINNER’S CRIME was bad, but because it was brilliant and oh so heartbreaking. That ending was so terribly painful and I’ve been making strange noises ever since being constantly punched in the feels during those last chapters. Read more »

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