Review #277

DNF. I stopped at page 65 y’all. I didn’t really want to stop because I have the whole trilogy ready from the library but it got really boring after the first 2 chapters. I don’t really care about a sorority type group of gossip and drama. I bet if I was more patient the bookContinue reading “Review #277”

Review #276

Above the Sea earned a 4.2.5 stars for this YA fairytale retelling, clean HEA romance. The plot is very fast paced and I don’t feel as if there’s time to settle in a scene or into the characters. Their dialogue is saying exactly what they think instead of making me work and read in betweenContinue reading “Review #276”

Review #274

I did not finish Kiersten White’s novel. I made it to page 50 but not much had happened and there was too much head hopping. I bet once the “instigating event” takes place the ball will start rolling but it was only setting up the stage for the story instead of actually being the story.Continue reading “Review #274”

Review #273

Solid 5/5 stars!! I loved loved loved so much about this book that I read it in under 9 hours with a few meal breaks and interruptions from kids thrown in there. I barely made any comments which showed proof of how smooth it felt. If you are a fan of clean YA romantasy standalones thenContinue reading “Review #273”

Review #272

DNF. I got through enough of this one to leave a short review. This is a sequel to a YA fantasy all about demons, female power, and seeing things through another perspective. Here’s the blurb: It’s been six months since Deka freed the goddesses in the ancient kingdom of Otera and discovered who she reallyContinue reading “Review #272”

Review #270

I gave this one a 3.9/5 stars which is a little lower than the first book. “For the Throne” is the sequel to “For the Wolf” and I believe it finishes the duology. This is a YA fantasy with a “good vs evil” theme. This one didn’t feel as much of a fairytale retelling asContinue reading “Review #270”

Review #269

I rated this fantasy fairy-tale retelling a 4.4/5 stars. This will hopefully be one I remember details of compared to other novels because the woods are s described in such detail. I started to get frustrated with the repetition of the plot in the 30-60% part of the story. Overall I would highly recommend thisContinue reading “Review #269”

Renegades

I loved Marissa Meyer’s: The Lunar Chronicles series. The last one I remember was a beast, over 800 pages and this one here is 556 pages but feels massive. I’m a bit worried since I don’t like reading books much over 400 pages. I genuinely believe that if an author can’t get the job doneContinue reading “Renegades”

Review #266

I give this FF fantasy romance a 4.4/5 stars. I believe it’s a standalone because of the great closure. I enjoyed the two points of view from both Tamsin and Wren. In regards to the plot, some comps that come to mind are “A Nature of Witches” and “The Witch Haven.” When it comes toContinue reading “Review #266”