This has action, adventure, witty banter, mythology and history all stuffed into one book! You won’t even notice that you’re learning as you’re reading!
Come read to see what I thought about Curse of the Specter Queen!
Throw these two onto the dnf pile!
It's really good to know when a book isn't working for you so don't feel bad about not being able to finish a book!
As I couldn't find it in me to finish these two books.
Unfortunately, there comes a time where I can't bring myself to finish books. I used to! But now I'm really good with allowing myself to stop reading books.
So here's 3 books I couldn't finish and why! Expect another dnf mini-review post soon because there's a couple.
I know that technically the spooky season is over but at the same time, some people watch Christmas movies in like July.
So it's totally okay to read this post about 2 excellent horror books that can certainly be read any day of the year!
4 books, and not one of them read! Oh well, guess that's how it goes sometimes.
Come read my reasons for not reading these books!
Including, a book from a popular Booktuber, a modern Greek retelling I really thought I'd love more. Plus two other books I was eager to read.
Drink up me hearties, yo ho!
Or at least that's what I would say if I were on a ship (pirate or not).
Come read what I thought of Fable, the newest fantasy book by Adrienne Young!
Did you ever imagine yourself as a princess? Using a sword to knight someone, using that sword to then fight in battle...
I guess I need some princess lessons from Queen Clarisse. But so does Mia Thermopolis in this book!
Read my review to see what I thought of this classic YA book.
A whole bunch of graphic novels are here to be reviewed!
In this post you'll find 3 books I didn't really enjoy, and one I really did!
The Money, Money, Money song is going through my head.
This book took me forever to get through, and I probably lost a lot of interest (which can be seen in this review)
Thea and her mom are so close to finally creating The Philosopher's Stone, but in a fit of fury, her mother destroys it.
Thea knows she can recreate it and so she sets out to so exactly, but she finds it's not the easiest path to take.
Find out in my review what I liked about this book and the interesting concept of the Stone!