Some dreams chase you back… – Reverie review

Reverie by Ryan La Sala is a very unusual book that is described as Inception meets The Magicians, but I don’t think that does it justice. That’s because Reverie is many things, but above all is highly imaginative, unapologetic in its queerness, magical and 100% original. Reverie is a YA fantasy that I promise you,…

It hurts SO good! – A Heart So Fierce and Broken Review

Ok, so you know that feeling when you loved the first book in a series and you’re both SUPER excited for the sequel but you’re also nervous in case it’s not as good? Well, A Heart So Fierce and Broken will give you no reason to worry and every reason to be excited! A Curse…

YALC 2019: My Best Moments, Haul & The Tea!

So YALC 2019 happened at the end of July and I had an awesome time! It was my very first YALC (Young Adult Literature Convention) this year and I can already tell that it won’t be my last! I’m already raring to go back! So I thought I’d drop by here with a quick review…

Here’s the truth – The Truth About Keeping Secrets Review

The Truth About Keeping Secrets was not exactly the book that I was expecting. I knew this was going to be a YA book (and we all know I love those!) but I was expecting much more of a thriller than what I actually got. In all honesty, The Truth About Keeping Secrets is less of a thriller…

I Can’t Keep This Secret! – Two Can Keep A Secret Review

Ok, complete GUSH time! Anyone who has been following me, either on here or on Instagram, for a while will know that I am a huge fan of Karen M. McManus just from her first book, One of Us is Lying. So naturally I couldn’t wait to read her second novel Two Can Keep A Secret! Considering I awarded One…

We’ve got a Squib here – How to Hang a Witch Review

How to Hang a Witch was gifted to me by my amazing friend (go check her out here) and I was all geared up for using it as a Halloween read! The Salem Witch Trials is a fascinating, yet tragic, event in history and. I’m all about the Salem witch trials, so I was all about this…

Hell hath no fury, and she has no mercy – Sadie Review

Sadie by Courtney Summers was one of the most hyped books of 2018. I’d seen it all over bookstagram and I’m really grateful to my friend for gifting it to me. I definitely enjoyed Sadie, it was a fast and enjoyable read that deals with some really heavy subject matter. I went in to Sadie…

Time to See into the Past – The Oracle Queen Novella Review

Just like The Young Queens, The Oracle Queen is a great little novella to add extra substance to the Three Dark Crowns series. The Oracle Queen is mentioned quite a lot during Three Dark Crowns and as to the reason why Elsabet lost her mind and why Oracle queens are drowned – we were never told…until now! The entire novella is centred on Queen…

Before the Crowns Got Dark – The Young Queens Novella Review

I absolutely loved Three Dark Crowns and am super in to the world, so when The Young Queens showed up I couldn’t resist its novella charm! The good thing about novella’s these days is that they’ve gone from being simple fillers or side-stories in a series that aren’t strictly essential reading, to full blown, conceptualised short stories that are…