A Court of Thorns and Roses – Sarah J. Maas (Reread Mini-Review & Discussion!)

Today's post is a two-part one: first, a reread mini-review, and second, a discussion! I'd really love your input on this topic, so please leave a comment with your experiences! I've just finished my 3rd read, and while I can fully recognize that this book isn't nearly on par with its sequel, I don't think … Continue reading A Court of Thorns and Roses – Sarah J. Maas (Reread Mini-Review & Discussion!)

The Hazel Wood – Melissa Albert (ARC Review)

Buddy read with Melanie and Jenn! ♡ It's time for another unpopular opinion review! This book was literally the single biggest reading disappointment of the year for me. I really wanted to love this story. It was being marketed as a twisted fairytale, and those are my aesthetic for sure - the spookier and darker, the better - but this … Continue reading The Hazel Wood – Melissa Albert (ARC Review)

Robots vs. Fairies (Anthology/ARC Review)

When I first picked up Robots vs. Fairies, I almost expected the stories to be about literal wars between the two, so I was very surprised to find that it was actually a collection of alternating stories from authors who had chosen "team robot" or "team fairy". It was such a fun and unique idea, but … Continue reading Robots vs. Fairies (Anthology/ARC Review)

Girls Made of Snow and Glass – Melissa Bashardoust (ARC Review)

“Weak or strong - she didn’t know what they meant anymore. Maybe they didn’t mean the same thing for everyone.” Buddy read with the lovely Melanie. 💖 First, you have to know that this book literally is being marketed as, and I quote, "a fantasy feminist fairy tale", and if you think that wasn't enough to … Continue reading Girls Made of Snow and Glass – Melissa Bashardoust (ARC Review)

Lost Boy – Christina Henry (ARC Review)

First of all, this book upset me in a way that most books are never capable of doing. I know a lot of reviewers who will immediately up their rating for a book if it hits them hard, because they consider it a sign of a talented author, and while I can understand that point of view, … Continue reading Lost Boy – Christina Henry (ARC Review)

T10T: 05.30.17

I'm always looking for a fun new tag to participate in, so when my friend Melanie over at Novel Descent referred me to Top Ten Tuesdays, I had to join in! This is a weekly tag hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, and this week's challenge is Top Ten Most Anticipated Books For The Second Half of 2017. I'll list the titles I'm excited for, as well as their covers, release dates, and Goodreads synopsis.