What do you get when you mix a Brothers Grim fairy tale with a YA audience? The House of Salt & Sorrows!
My third read for August was a brick. At just at 800 pages, Chuck Wendig's newest release is anything but a bore.
It took my a few weeks to decide what I wanted to say in my review for Bunny. I'm actually still not entirely sure what I read so here goes nothing.
Happy Book Birthday to Lock Every Door. This is Riley Sager's third book published in the last three years, come read why I think it's the best one yet.
Summer is in full swing & that means reading by bodies of water. I've got a full line up of books I want to get through this month, take a peak.
May was a long month and I managed to get 8.5 books in for the month. Come see what I read.
Romanov | At a glance Title: Romanov Author: Nadine Brandes Published: May 7th 2019 by Thomas Nelson Genre: Fantasy, YA, Retelling Pages: 352 pages Goodreads Rating: 3.86 out of 5 Synopsis "The history books say I died. They don’t know the half of it. Anastasia “Nastya” Romanov was given a single mission: to smuggle an ancient … Continue reading Romanov | Review
Summer is coming, which means one of my favorite summer pastimes is here! I love reading a good book by a body of water. Whether it's a pool, lake, or the beach you can bet I'll be sitting there reading a good book. If this is you're favorite pastime too, I have just the book for you to take on your next beach or lake trip!
Starting today and running until the end of June, I'll be featuring all things Harry Potter. Come read what I'm featuring this week.
Trying to kick May off with some great reads. Find out what I'm hoping to read this month!