Publisher: Bloomsbury

Book Review: The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon

Book Review: The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon

Book Reviews | December 16, 2013

After I met Samantha Shannon back in September, I was stoked to read this book. I mean, she is so sweet. So sweet. And she’s (just barely) younger than me, got a seven book deal, and is being called the new J.K. Rowling (which is completely unfair and incorrect, but I’ve covered that already). So then we decided […]

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Book Review: Coraline by Neil Gaiman

Book Review: Coraline by Neil Gaiman

Book Reviews | September 29, 2013

Coraline, perhaps Neil Gaiman’s most famous work (due to the movie adaptation), is one of those books that probably everybody has to read sometime. I’ll be the first to admit that the only reason this book shot up on my to-buy and to-read list was because of the appearance of the signed limited edition slip case edition on […]

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Book Review: Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas

Book Review: Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas

Book Reviews | August 9, 2013

Ho – ly – crap. Are you reading this series yet? If not, get on that stat. Whereas I loved Throne of Glass and only had one minor issue with the whole book that ultimately didn’t take away from my enjoyment at all… Crown of Midnight does it so much better. This book is amazing. I loved every second of […]

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Book Review: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

Book Review: Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas

Book Reviews | August 3, 2013

Throne of Glass is one of those books that has had a massive amount of hype. People fell in love with it last year, and if you look around the book blogosphere now, tons of bloggers are raving about its sequel, Crown of Midnight. Because they all have ARCs. Bitches. So I’m late to this party and MAN I feel […]

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ARC Book Review: After Eden by Helen Douglas

ARC Book Review: After Eden by Helen Douglas

Book Reviews | June 23, 2013

Oh dear. After Eden, what can I say? Perhaps I can start with that I should have known better. I was tempted by the time traveling, the starry cover, which all hint to the kind of sci-fi I easily fall for. But I should have paid more attention to the obvious instalove inherent in the synopsis. I should […]

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