Thoughts : Sal & Gabi Break the Universe

I've been trying to read all the Rick Riordan imprint books. I love the idea behind the imprint and so far I've enjoyed almost all of these books and the unique spins the authors give them. The standout for me so far has been Tristan Strong - but this one... might rival that one for... Continue Reading →

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Thoughts : A Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh

I had some mixed thoughts on this one. I think maybe they have even soured in the time since I finished the book. A Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh Source : Library eBookTL;DR : Not the strongest, lots of melodrama and tropes Thoughts: I need to go ahead and get the biggest complaint out... Continue Reading →

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May Wrap-up Part 2

The second part of May was... romance heavy so gird your loins (see what I did there?). First Comes Scandal by Julia Quin was my first read and honestly I found it... lukewarm? I can barely remember anything about it and I certainly couldn't tell you much more than the summary will give you. So... Continue Reading →

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May Wrap-up – Part One

I felt like May was… a gaping hole in my memory. The month flew by and I barely remember a lot of what I did and read. June has been, well we all know how much of a mess June has been, but May was a special kind of strange for me.  Books I should... Continue Reading →

Series Thoughts: Fruits Basket

    Everyone should be impressed - I have managed to finish a series. This is unusual for me, especially during such a stressful time as the past 4 months have been. I got lucky and was able to get most of the series through my library and the last 5 volumes my friend let me borrow... Continue Reading →

Series Thoughts: Steeple #1-5

    Giant Days is by far my favorite comic book series that I’ve kept up. Even when cutting my book budget down to the minimum I saved the money for each volume that came out. So when I spied a new John Allison series starting I jumped on board without even looking at the... Continue Reading →

Thoughts: Come Tumbling Down

The Wayward Children series definitely doesn't need more hype online - I think it's one of the most popular series I follow. The books are short and easy to read and always feed into the current social buzz. I definitely recommend giving them a try, they're available on every format and I'd be surprised if... Continue Reading →

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