#Bookreview: Crimson Bite by Ben Alderson and Danielle Rose

"In the sleepy town of Hillcrest, supernaturals need not hide in the shadows..." Goodreads blurb Savannah Danvers broke the rules by killing a human whilst feeding. As a natural born vampire, she has certain perks, however, things get tricky when she finds herself in werewolf territory during a full moon... George Alcott is a witch... Continue Reading →

#Bookreview: A curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer

Hello, bookworms! How are you doing? What are you reading that's interesting? I just finished reading A curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer and I cannot wait to tell you more about it! Genre: YA fantasy Year Of Publication: 29 Jan 2019 Publisher: Bloomsbury Pages: 496 My rating: stars *Thank you Netgalley and Bloomsbury... Continue Reading →

#BookReview: Cloaked in Shadow by Ben Alderson.

Do you like books filled with magical beings and court intrigues? Would you like to read a great LGBTQ+ ya fantasy with elemental magic and sassy elves? Swoony princes? If you answered yes to any of these… then I have just the thing for you: Cloaked in Shadow by Ben Alderson! Genre: YA fantasy, LGBTQ+... Continue Reading →

#BookReview: The rest of us live here… by Patrick Ness | What if you aren’t the Chosen One?

"What if you aren’t the Chosen One? The one who’s supposed to fight the zombies, or the soul-eating ghosts, or whatever the heck this new thing is, with the blue lights and the death? What if you’re like Mikey? Who just wants to graduate and go to prom and maybe finally work up the courage... Continue Reading →

Read 16 books in 30 days… A very late April wrap-up

Hello, fellow bookworms! Since the sun has been shining in good old England, I kept myself busy reading and writing on projects, so I've been neglecting you here for a little. I guess I also dreaded to do this wrap-up due to the sheer amount of books I've read in April. This also means that... Continue Reading →

#BookReview: Firebolt by Adrienne Woods

The first thing that attracted me to this book was gorgeous cover and the promise of dragons. You guys know me, I love a gorgeous cover and dragons! The story starts with the main character, Elena, going on the run again with her father when they are attacked by… dragons! Things happen, and she ends... Continue Reading →

Help stop poverty, buy a book: Oxfam | Weekend Book Haul

Book shopping is the best kind of therapy for me so I had a blast yesterday morning browsing through shelves and shelves of books, especially when buying books helps other people too! I bought these books from Oxfam, a charity organisation that helps fight poverty across the globe and it feels so good to know... Continue Reading →

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