There are some books which stay with you long after you’ve read them, right? Well, The Starless Sea is one of them. This whimsical, sweet story about stories will captivate you right from the first page until the last one. It’s absolutely magical and it is the perfect read for Strange The Dreamer, Alice’s Adventures … Continue reading The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern.
A lot of you probably already know how much I love We Hunt The Flame by Hafsah Faizal. Well, what’s there not to love? This book’s got the perfect mix of everything that you need to make a good book! It’s got the perfect characters, world-building, story-line, action, banter, and so much more! 💫 We … Continue reading We Hunt The Flame by Hafsah Faizal.
A Curse So Dark And Lonely. Okay, two quick facts about me before we get started with this review: firstly, Beauty and The Beast is one of my favourite princess stories of all time and secondly, I am a huge fan of retellings! So, isn’t it quite obvious that I was going to love ACSDAL?! … Continue reading A Curse So Dark And Lonely and Call It What You Want by Brigid Kemmerer.
I was a bit skeptical about picking this book because everyone was raving about it and I was a bit afraid that it would not live up to the hype. I went into it simply knowing that it was a book about books and libraries. I knew that I was going to like it but, … Continue reading Sorcery Of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson.
Okay, before I get into an endless ramble about how good this book is, allow me to point out few things. Firstly, Ninth House is an adult novel and might not be suitable for younger readers. It also contains lots of triggers like murder, child rape, sexual assault, drug abuse, death and possession amongst others. … Continue reading Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo.
We can all agree that the best kinds of books are the ones which make you feel, right? Well, An Ember in the Ashes was such a book which evoked so many emotions in me. It made me feel scared, angry, heartbroken and hopeful. I am so glad to announce that this book is now … Continue reading An Ember In The Ashes by Sabaa Tahir.
This book is easily one of my favourite books of 2019. I absolutely love this series and I am so glad that this final book didn’t disappoint me. In fact, it was better than I expected it to be. I enjoyed every aspect of this story and it was just the perfect ending to this … Continue reading Finale by Stephanie Garber.
I am so glad that this story was told from Tella’s perspective. It cleared all the misunderstandings about her and really helped provide a better insight into her intentions and motives. A darker and more complex concept is also introduced, making Legendary a more intricate and eerie story. Let’s first talk about Stephanie’s writing. Oh … Continue reading Legendary by Stephanie Garber.
So, I finally got to read Caraval and I must admit that I am obsessed with this world now! I found the main concept behind the plot to be very enthralling and it’s got everything someone who loves magical realism would look for in a story. Are you a fan of The Night Circus and … Continue reading Caraval by Stephanie Garber.
I would never have picked this book were it not for the various comparisons to The Night Circus. As y’all may already know by now, I am a huuuuuggee fan of The Night Circus 🎪! Initially, I was a bit reluctant about reading a story based on ancient Russia, even though I love historical fiction. … Continue reading The Crown’s Game by Evelyn Skye.
When I started my bookstagram few months ago, I kept seeing this book everywhere. Everyone was raving about how good it was and as a bookstagram newbie, I got carried away and ordered it. Two weeks ago, when it finally arrived, I started to feel nervous because I had this little fear that it wouldn’t … Continue reading Aurora Rising by Jay Kristoff and Amie Kauffman.