June...honestly went way too fast I didn't even realise it was the end of June and now it's July Anyways, this was a pretty uneventful month since we're all still social distancing! 🌻BOOKS🌻 (all hyperlinks take you to my Goodreads review!) I read 16 books in May!! And then in June, I read a measly… Continue reading June Whispers // my birthday + a reading slump + avatar, the last air bender
Normally, this tag, at this time of year, is circulating like wildfire. (I don't think that simile worked). I actually haven’t seen anyone do it this year which is like...wow. Is the book community...changing? GASP. So to maybe start the trend of everyone doing this tag, I’m going to be answering five questions from The… Continue reading The Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag (2019 edition)
If you haven't heard of Caraval in your life, then, where have you been? It was one of the hottest YA releases out there last year and EVERYONE was reading it. Apart from me. I only managed to read a copy this year and finally join in the hype, which had died down a lot,… Continue reading Caraval and Legendary by Stephanie Garber // Are they worth the hype?!
May was a "meh" month for me. Nothing particularly GOOD happened. But nothing REALLY bad happened?! I think it's like May was a prequel novel to the REAL novel, June. I did a lot this month in preparation for next month so I feel like June will be so much more eventful!? I did read… Continue reading May Whispers // Lots of reading (!!), lots of studying (!!), lots of speaking out (!!) but not much book mail, oops.
So honestly I have a lot of books I need to review SO LET'S GO AND DO IT AND JUST REVIEW THEM OKAY. there's not much to say except there are no themes for these books, they are just?? books i want to review and talk to you about!! The Epic Crush Of Genie Lo… Continue reading Whisper Of Reviews // sprinkling the salt, disappointments, but some rare gems.
Honestly, evil mermaids and murdering men are both MY AESTHETIC. There's something about books set around the sea and lighthouses with a hint of evil and magic and this book was exactly that. Why, yes, I am pleased. I actually haven't read many books that are set in the ocean so this was a pleasant surprise. Thank… Continue reading REVIEW: The Wicked Deep by Shea Earnshaw: Evil mermaids, murder and a mind-blowing plot twist (!!)
I AM TRASH FOR DARK AND WEIRD AND ATMOSPHERIC AND CREEPY BOOKS. And The Wren Hunt was exactly that. I am forever pleased. You know those books that are just twisty and wacky and dark and your soul just squeals in delight? Yeah, that was this book. I absolutely adored this book and I shall drown… Continue reading REVIEW: The Wren Hunt by Mary Watson // Creepy Premise, Irish setting (!!) and Marvellously Magical
My summer is only ONE MONTH long... So I have set my standards VERY HIGH? The UK is rude okay? I am not exaggerating in that title either! Okay, so maybe I am obsessed with hyperboles but it's only A SLIGHT obsession trust me. Do you see how much I rave about ice cream than exaggerate see? Obsession… Continue reading Books I MUST read this summer otherwise ice cream will melt, books will burn and galaxies will explode +#ARCAUGUST
This book captured me like a dream catcher would with a dream. Sorry for my terrible puns or whatever that is up there BUT I DO NOT KNOW WHAT DO WITH MY LIFE. Where do I start? What are words? This book sucked all the life out of me. I can't even breathe. Everything is a… Continue reading REVIEW: Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor