The Empress Review AKA, there goes my heart

I have a review for you today. It may be all over the place. But you know what? That's how my feelings are. Scattered all over the seven seas. The book is The Empress by S.J. Kincaid. It is the second book in The Diabolic series. As this being the second book, there are minor... Continue Reading →


The Diabolic – Space-y Assassin(ish) Book Review

Sorry to mislead you all like that, but the Diabolic (Nemesis) isn't ACTUALLY an assassin. But technicalities, amirite? She's all but one. Anyways, today I'm (obviously) reviewing the AMAZING book, The Diabolic (the first in The Diabolic trilogy) written by S.J. Kincaid. This book, guys. This book. I love it!!! (Aaaaalso, be proud of me!!!... Continue Reading →

I accidentally hated a book ~ Review

So I technically didn't HATE this book ... it just made it sound more dramatic. 😉 And I had to get you to read it somehow, right??? Anyways. Today I'm reviewing the first book in the Unwind Dystology, which is Unwind. This is all written by Neal Shusterman. BTW, I'm writing this at, like, 1 something... Continue Reading →

Sparrow: Mandy Fender

I'm back this week, with the second book in the Defier series by Mandy Fender (you can find my first review //here//)! And let me tell ya, if you read this book, prepare for an emotional roller-coaster! The fight has only just begun... Lennox Winters is guilty. She stood in defiance against the Regime when... Continue Reading →

My First Read of Miss Mandy Fender

Defier: The Girl Who Stood. Defier #1. Mandy Fender. Review. Awesomeness. A Young Adult novel inspired by Christian bravery. When her faith makes her a target, Lennox Winters must leave everything she knows behind, and face the harsh truth of what her world has become. The raised scar on her chest reminds her she still has... Continue Reading →

Don’t take the- She took the red Bible.

Hello everyone! Let's get right into it, shall we? Today is a Christian dystopian called Counted Worthy by Leah E. Good. Heather Stone lives in fear of repeating the past, yet she continues doing the one thing that could trigger another disaster. When the police trace an illegal Bible to her house, Heather’s world begins to crumble.... Continue Reading →


Hello Africa, hello Antarctica, hello Asia, hello Australia, hello Europe, hello North America, hello South America! (Well that was a little long. 😉 ) How many of you remember when I did a review for A Time to Die awhile ago? No one? I must say that I'm disappointed in you all. :/ Well, today is... Continue Reading →

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