REVIEW: The Wicked Deep by Shea Earnshaw: Evil mermaids, murder and a mind-blowing plot twist (!!)

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 (!!)

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REVIEW: The Wren Hunt by Mary Watson // Creepy Premise, Irish setting (!!) and Marvellously Magical

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

Books I MUST read this summer otherwise ice cream will melt, books will burn and galaxies will explode +#ARCAUGUST

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

REVIEW: Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor // dorky bookworms, explosions of CAPS LOCK, begging for the sequel

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 // dorky bookworms, explosions of CAPS LOCK, begging for the sequel