March 2017 wrap-up

March wasn’t as productive as February, the first book I read this month was difficult to get through and took me a bit to want to get back into reading. Still, it wasn’t bad at all so oh well. This month I read 15 books: Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Vol. 3 The Bone Witch CrookedContinue reading “March 2017 wrap-up”

The Raven Boys review

“Oh no. Not him. All this time she’d been wondering how Gansey might die and it turned out she was going to strangle him. At Nino’s, the blare of the music had drowned out the finer points of his voice and the odor of garlic had overwhelmed the scent of mint.” The Raven Boys byContinue reading “The Raven Boys review”

Wintersong review

“I looked up at the ceiling. A shower of bright motes began to fall about me like snow, resting lightly on my shoulders and hair. I laughed; magic or no, it was enchanting. It tickled. The fairy lights spun about me before resolving into a golden stream of light. I followed the path down theContinue reading “Wintersong review”

A Soul to Take review

A Soul to Take by Emily Taylor Star rating: ★★★★ ☆ 4/5 stars Format: ebook ARC Summary: In a world where demons and humans live side by side, it’s considered taboo to sell your soul. Elixia has no choice when her sister is kidnapped by demons but to sell her soul to find and rescueContinue reading “A Soul to Take review”

The Sniper’s Kiss review

The Sniper’s Kiss by Justine Saracen Star rating: ★★★★ ☆ 4/5 stars Format: ebook galley Summary: Mia is an American woman working for the White House during WWII, she works in the lend-lease program with Russia to supply them with things they need to fight the war. While working she meets Russian sniper Alexia andContinue reading “The Sniper’s Kiss review”

Star Wars: Bloodline review

“Sometimes she sounded so jaded, so cynical, even though she had been an idealistic revolutionary in her youth. Maybe a quarter century of politics did that to a person–at least, politics in the way it had been played in the New Republic.” Star Wars: Bloodline by Claudia Gray Star rating: ★★★★ ☆ 4/5 stars Format:Continue reading “Star Wars: Bloodline review”

The Darkest Part of the Forest review

The Darkest Part of the Forest by Holly Black Star Rating: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars Format: library eaudiobook Summary: Hazel lives in a town where the fair folk live close to the town people. In the forest there is a horned boy sleeping in a glass casket. Hazel used to play at being a knight whenContinue reading “The Darkest Part of the Forest review”

Crooked Kingdom review

“The silence between them was dark water. He could not cross it. He couldn’t walk the line between the decency she deserved and the violence this path demanded. If he tried, it might get them both killed. He could only be who he truly was–a boy who had no comfort to offer. So he wouldContinue reading “Crooked Kingdom review”

The Bone Witch review

The Bone Witch by Rin Chupeco Star rating: ★★★☆☆ 3/5 stars Format: ebook galley Summary: Tea discovers she is a rare type of asha, a bone witch who can raise and control the dead with dark magic. In a world where undead creatures terrorize the kingdoms bone witches are in high need. Review: I receivedContinue reading “The Bone Witch review”