February 2017 wrap-up

February has been a really productive month for me. I’m now 56% done with my goodreads challenge. 56%!! I feel like even if I slow down at some point that I’m still going to make my 55 books for the year. Last year I wasn’t sure I’d even come close. This month I’ve read theseContinue reading “February 2017 wrap-up”

Fitzwilliam Darcy, Rock Star review

“She knew it was stupid. She couldn’t even have a two-minute conversation without getting angry with him. He was the most arrogant, controlling, condescending man she had ever met, and the only way she could ever stand to fuck him would be to cover his mouth with duct tape so he couldn’t speak!” Fitzwilliam Darcy,Continue reading “Fitzwilliam Darcy, Rock Star review”

The One review

“And the cameras came and went, stealing pieces of our lives to entertain the people. I was being pushed into a corner from every angle, and I was missing out on all things that had always mattered to me.” The One by Kiera Cass Star rating: ★★★★ ☆ 4/5 stars Format: library ebook Summary: InContinue reading “The One review”

Marie Antoinette, Serial Killer review

“I had a vision of myself visiting a museum in Paris, and an old curator spotting the medallion hanging around my neck. He’d get really excited and then tell me that my family had been noble and prominent. And the rest of the girls on the trip would gather around, and even though they’d beContinue reading “Marie Antoinette, Serial Killer review”

Peter Darling review

Peter Darling by Austin Chant Star Rating: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars Format: ebook galley Summary: Peter Pan returns to Neverland after leaving to grow up. He finds that he can’t accept his life being stuck as Wendy so he returns to Neverland. Only he finds in his ten year absence that the island has changed atContinue reading “Peter Darling review”

The Elite review

“That feeling, that indefinable something, coursed through me. As dejected as I felt, as embarrassed as I’d been, when he offered me that moment, I had to take it.” The Elite by Kiera Cass Star rating: ★★★★ ☆ 4/5 stars Format: library ebook Summary: The sequel to The Selection, the girls have been weeded downContinue reading “The Elite review”

Rey’s Survival Guide review

“The only reason anyone’s ever heard of Jakku is because a long time ago a lot of people died here. There was a battle fought in space–with ships on fire, plunging out of the skies to lie entombed in the sands.” Rey’s Survival Guide by Jason Fry Star rating: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars Format: hardcover bookContinue reading “Rey’s Survival Guide review”

Miranda and Caliban review

Miranda and Caliban by Jacqueline Carey Star rating: ★★★★ ☆ 4/5 stars Format: ebook galley Summary: In a retelling of the Tempest, Miranda and Caliban grow up together as close friends. Both are lonely and seek company of the other stranded on an isle together ruled by Prospero. Review: I received a copy for reviewContinue reading “Miranda and Caliban review”

As Red As Blood review

“Hometown pride wasn’t in her vocabulary, but there were probably worse things in the world than liking where you lived. Maybe this neighborhood could become her home. Maybe she could start thinking of these streets as her own. Maybe that had already started to happen, even though Lumikki didn’t consciously want to get too attachedContinue reading “As Red As Blood review”

Vinegar Girl review

“It always amazed her to see how ignorant her father was about normal everyday life. The man existed in a vacuum. Their housekeeper used to say it was because he was so smart.” Vinegar Girl by Anne Taylor Star rating: ★★ ☆☆ ☆ 2/5 Format: library ebook Summary: In this retelling of The Taming ofContinue reading “Vinegar Girl review”