Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare My rating: 3 of 5 stars Read: August 10 - August 19 2017 Sometimes the most ruthless heart speaks the most truth Second book syndrome strikes again. Following on from the events of Lady Midnight where High Warlock of Los Angeles Malcolm Fade's betrayal and death along with Jem's… Continue reading Lord of Shadows – Cassandra Clare: Review
It isn't un-common for books to undergo cover transformations for what ever reason but that doesn't mean the readers of said books are always on board with this change.
This is a little something I've been wanting to add to my blog but never really knew how to start. My original intention for starting a blog was to be able to share my thoughts and opinions and interact with readers. Now, I have decided how I want to do that. Along with my reviews… Continue reading Lets Talk About: New blog content coming soon….
Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones My rating: 3 of 5 stars Read: August 3 - August 6 (2017) The kiss is sweeter than sin and fiercer than temptation. I am not gentle, I am not kind; I am rough and wild and savage. I'm really tired of just 'liking' books and not falling in love with… Continue reading Wintersong – S. Jae-Jones: Review
Andrew Garfield takes on an inspiring true story in Mel Gibson's courageous World War II biopic.
Passenger by Alexandra Bracken My rating: 2 of 5 stars Read: February 19 - February 26 In the whole course of history, war had always fallen on the shoulders of the young I'm not sure OK. It wasn't awful...so there's that. I'm just not really sure what I think. It did take me a while… Continue reading Passenger – Alexandra Bracken: Review
In a city divided can its inheritors find themselves or will they settle for being monsters.
When the pressure to be royally perfect gets too much for Mal, (Dove Cameron) the daughter of Maleficent reverts back to her old ways as a villain kid and returns to the Isle of the Lost only to discover there's a new Queen B in town.
A unique, creative and stylish start to what I'm sure is to be a game-changing series for its genre.
Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman My rating: 4 of 5 stars 4.4 Before The Beginning There Was Nothing - No Earth, No Heavens, No Stars, No Sky: Only The Mist World, Formless and Shapeless, and The Fire World, Always Burning Shorter than I would like but immensely readable. Norse Mythology is essentially a collection of… Continue reading Norse Mythology – Neil Gaiman: Review