Category: books

Top Five-Star Reading Predictions!

It’s hard to make a five-star prediction.  In my own ratings, I have given far more four and three-star reviews out than I have perfect scores, as I reserve this rating for the books that are nearly flawless in my own eyes.  These are the reads that I […]

Throne of Glass Review

Title:  Throne of Glass Author:  Sarah J. Maas Release Date:  August 7, 2012 Number of Pages:  433 Description:  “Meet Celaena Sardothien. Beautiful. Deadly. Destined for greatness. In the dark, filthy salt mines of Endovier, an eighteen-year-old girl is serving a life sentence. She is a trained assassin, the […]

Rayne & Delilah’s Midnite Matinee Review

Title:  Rayne & Delilah’s Midnite Matinee Author:  Jeff Zentner Release Date:  February 26, 2019 Number of Pages:  400 Description:  “Josie and Delia are best friends and co-hosts on their own public access TV show, Midnite Matinee. They dress as vampires Rayne and Delilah, perform daft skits involving skeleton raves […]

Fantasy AdventureAThon Wrap-Up

I just read seven books in seven days for the Fantasy AdventureAThon, and I’m mentally exhausted.  The team fantasy mermaid prompts were amazing and I had a ton of fun, but now I need a bit of a break from reading.  The good news is, however, with only […]

Fantasy AdventureAThon Day 6 Progress

6:00 AM:  Last night, I read a little of The Tattooist of Auschwitz, but I didn’t get too far before I fell asleep.  Still, I’m far enough in to know that I enjoy it, but I find the writing style strange.  Heather Morris states that her original plan for this […]

Fantasy AdventureAThon Day 5 Progress

6:00 AM:  I didn’t get a ton of reading done last night because I was honestly exhausted.  Still, I got a little further into Throne of Glass and have some mixed opinions so far.  The world and plot are both interesting enough, but there are two aspects of the book […]

Fantasy AdventureAThon Day 4 Progress

6:00 AM:  I just woke up after staying up late reading Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas, which I am about fifty pages into now.  From what I have read, it’s really interesting, although like most long fantasy series, I haven’t seen a lot except for world-building, so […]

You Asked for Perfect Review

Title:  You Asked for Perfect Author:  Laura Silverman Release Date:  March 5, 2019 Description:  “For fans of Adam Silvera and Nina LaCour comes a timely novel about a teen’s struggle when academic success and happiness pull him in opposite directions. Senior Ariel Stone has spent his life cultivating the […]