The Raven Boys | review | Maggie Stiefvater

Good morning, everyone! I hope you all have a desk plant - or fake desk plant - to keep you happy this Tuesday! 😁 I would like to start off with saying, wow. I have read The Raven Boys multiple times (over many years) and I've never review it?? I have failed as a bookworm.... Continue Reading →

Capturing the Devil | review | Kerri Maniscalco

Good morning, everyone! ❤ (side thought ... I'm really craving some OJ right now...) Recently I decided to look into the endless abyss of my post drafts and GOOD GRIEF there's a ton in there 😛 Anyways, there are a few reviews that I never quite got around to finishing ... so here's the first... Continue Reading →

The Book Thief (Markus Zusack)

First off, Merry Christmas to all! If you don't celebrate Christmas ... then Merry Tuesday to you!!! 😘 Today I am reviewing The Book Thief by Markus Zusack, much to the insistence of my lovely, if persistent, friend Simi. She has tried to get me to read this book for forever, and it has finally... Continue Reading →

Blank Mastermind (amnesiac review)

Okay, no, no. I'm not getting super forgetful or anything, I just thought that it seemed funny (kinda) and totally appropriate for today's review. What am I reviewing, you ask???? Rosey Mucklestone's newest book, Blank Mastermind. I'm gonna give you the synopsis real quick (from GR), because it is just that good. Amnesia is annoying.... Continue Reading →


hello. It is currently late (when I am writing this) and i   a m   d y i n g. Sleeeeep. But anyways! We're not here to talk about that death! We're here to talk about me. Slowly. dying. from. this. book. What book you most likely ask! A Darker Shade of Magic by the lovely... Continue Reading →

The Invoice – Jonas Karlsson

Hey guys! So, it's late (again), so I'm just hurrying and writing this. With out rereading it (yes, I usually do that). Oops. Enjoy! Oh, the book is The Invoice by Jonas Karlsson. Hilarious, profound, and achingly true-to-life, Jonas Karlsson’s novel explores the true nature of happiness through the eyes of hero you won’t soon forget A... Continue Reading →

A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (Betty Smith)

Hulloa! I'm back!! I read a book. I'm reviewing it. The book is A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith. Enjoy.  The beloved American classic about a young girl's coming-of-age at the turn of the century, Betty Smith's A Tree Grows in Brooklyn is a poignant and moving tale filled with compassion and cruelty, laughter and... Continue Reading →

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