MAR WRAP UP | The Books & the Stats

With my life getting more manic as the months go on, I am still remarkably impressed with myself this year. Firstly, here I am still doing monthly wrap ups and secondly, I have posted on my blog at least once a week every week of 2019. This has been so good for me, my blog … Continue reading MAR WRAP UP | The Books & the Stats

ARC REVIEW | The Weight of the Stars by K. Ancrum

Having read The Wicker King in January, I jumped at the chance to get a hold of The Weight of the Stars when Kayla offered it out to any bloggers who followed her on Twitter – all you had to do was email. It was too good a chance to pass up and I am so glad I took it because this book was everything. I enjoyed The Wicker King a lot, but this surpassed it for me in every way and will probably end up on my top reads of 2019. It was funny, emotional, inspiring and everything in between.

REVIEW | A Girl Called Shameless by Laura Steven

The Exact Opposite of Okay was the first physical ARC I ever received back in 2017 when I first started my blog, and my review of it was one of my first. Imagine my surprise and excitement when I was blurbed in the finished copy. It was the first time my name was published in a book and it could not have been a better book to have my name in. TEOOO came out of nowhere and surprised me, and I became fiercely passionate about it recommending it to everyone I know. I even managed to get my mother to read it. But the thing is, A Girl Called Shameless, impossibly, is even better.

ARC REVIEW | The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon

If you follow me on any form of social media and don’t know how I feel about Samantha Shannon then I think you may be blind. I’ve been an avid fan since the release of her septology, The Bone Season, aka one of my all-time fave series. If you follow me on any social media and don’t know how I feel about this book, then I wonder if you’ve been hiding under a rock because there was a huge thread on twitter about my reading experience. And yet, here I will try and somehow collate my thoughts, feelings and emotions into some form of coherent words because honestly, my instinct for this review is just to write lakshflkahflkdj fihefieOIDHuhihwlKHF odkshLDSKJLAKJDHKADJHFAHOF.