Summer’s here! Which means it is time for more consistent reviews and fun stuff on the blog. So to start off this busy summer I review a book that made me giddy with happiness when I read it. Giddy enough to post reaction pictures on my instagram story and having Charlotte, the author, enjoy my reactions to it. Continue reading “Review: Lambs Can Always Become Lions”
I’m really behind on my reviews but bear with me as I juggle schoolwork and reading and writing reviews.
Here is a review on Marjane Satrapi’s comic strip memoir where she grows up seeing the Islamic Revolution occurring right at her doorstep. Continue reading “Review : Persepolis”
Another month has gone by, so it is time to decide which books you plan on reading this new month if you are like me and enjoy planning everything to the extreme. So this month I’m going to attempt to read four books, not including the ones I have to read for my classes and here are the current ones I’m dying to read.
Many of you have heard of the Diversity Book Challenge people are taking this year, and many of you feel like it’s too much of a chore to do this. But here I will explain to you why these books are so important and why people should be taking this challenge. At the end I invite you to a new sort of challenge if you are up for the task.
Continue reading “The Diversity Challenge”
Trying a new format for my reviews, tell me if you like it.
Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Córdova
Synopsis: Alex comes from a family of brujas(witches) and as she grows she only sees the horror that comes at the price of having magic. When her powers rises, it is to her dismay that she is actually the most powerful witch in a generation. Before the power is blessed by her ancestors Alex performs a spell to get rid of her power that backfires and her family disappears. Along with the help of a brujo she had just met, they travel to Los Lagos (the origin of magic) to find her family and set things right once again.
Spoiler Free Review
“There are pieces of me, small pieces, still in love with a fiction.”
There are pieces of me, small pieces, still in love with this story. It’s hard for me to let go of a series once I’m in as deep as the third book, even when with each book slowly my admiration for the character’s leave. So this is my review and opinions on King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard.
The question many readers have asked themselves recently, because of the rising of certain problematic books, is should they read the books or blacklist them? There is even a fear for a reader to post about certain books on all social medias because they fear the ‘attack’ of someone who knows the wrong of the book. In my humble and personal opinion I have one thing to say to everyone about this subject: READ WHAT YOU WANT.
A brief review of Wink Poppy Midnight by April G. Tucholke
First Impression:When I first laid eyes on this book I have to admit, I was in love with the cover. It’s breathtaking, and when you see a beautiful cover then you know the editor and publisher think it’s a good read…