Weekly Wrap-up (Not BTAT Books) 8.1.2017

So in order not to throw one really long wrap-up your way I'm splitting the books I read last week into two posts. This one has all the books I read that I didn't count towards Booktubeathon+1 . So only three, and the one from the readathon - so a shorter wrap-up here! As always... Continue Reading →

Mini-Reviews Volume 25

      Returning to Mini-Reviews! I’m hoping to have caught up on these in a few weeks, and then we’ll be sticking to biweekly wrap-ups to review everything that doesn’t get lumped into a review post/video. We’re still in December with these, but hopefully we’ll catch up shortly. I know I reviewed One Crazy... Continue Reading →

Mini Reviews Volume 24

We're back at it with Mini Reviews! I need a theme song for this... a song of stopping and starting and really being unable to be consistent because real life is a paaaaiiinnn... Oh boy, I'm behind and I didn't finish my spreadsheet for last year during the holidays so this is totally not going... Continue Reading →

Mini-Reviews Volume 23

Its about time to get back to a few of these. In the weeks and months to come I'm hoping to start weekly vlogging my reading with my first impressions of books and following up with these mini-reviews in weeks after that with final reviews. For now however you're getting some older reads that haven't... Continue Reading →

Mini-Reviews : Volume 22

   The next few things I read really bounced me around.    I started off with something I would definitely describe as melancholy with The Secret Horses of Briar Hill by Megan Shepard. This one is about a young girl in a WWII children’s hospital who can see winged horses in the mirrors and reflective... Continue Reading →

Mini Reviews : Volume 21

     I definitely didn’t shake the spooky feeling after October. I was on a roll, even after Anna Dressed in Blood.     So I picked up Slade House by David Mitchell, and oh man talk about spooky. It’s an shoot of his most recent hefty work of Bone Clocks which is waaaay up... Continue Reading →

Mini-Reviews : Volume 20

   So a small batch of Mini-Reviews for you guys! We can call this a Young Adult mini review batch, and they are all pretty solid picks for me!    I may have mentioned Kids of Appetite by David Arnold before, but I’m going to touch on it again because it was super fun. David... Continue Reading →

Mini-Reviews: Volume 19

Overall a good batch this time! I was definitely on a strong reading spell when I blazed through these, and I really did. I think I finished the four of these back to back over two or three days. Good times.   Monstress, Volume One: Awakening by Marjorie M. Liu and Sana Takeda ☆☆☆☆☆ This was... Continue Reading →

Mini-Reviews: Volume 17

In which I go on a tangent, making one review not-so-mini and I gush just a bit about a comic.   Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King ☆☆☆☆ I think this was one of my favorite King novels I've read in a while. It wasn't overly long, and though it didn't have the usual supernatural touches... Continue Reading →

Mini-Reviews: Volume 16

More mostly original reviews! Hoorah! And overall some great ones too! Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho ☆☆☆☆       Jane Austen meets Fairies and Magic. Who would have thought that'd work so well?       I really enjoyed this more than I anticipated, in fact it took a about 50 pages... Continue Reading →

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