Adventure, Dystopian Novels, Mystery, Uncategorized

Catching Fire By Suzanne Collins

Catching fire was, well, brutal. I enjoyed the second book in the hunger games series, the darkness, betrayal, hopelessness and mindless savagery. That may sound psychotic, but it is the appeal of these books. Why else would you read a series about children killing each other to survive for the entertainment of a horrible dictator?… Continue reading Catching Fire By Suzanne Collins

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Adventure, Mystery, Uncategorized

A Single Stone By Meg McKinlay

A Single Stone has won many awards over the years for various reasons, so I am not the first one to love this book. It is a dystopian novel but also has some occult influences which all make it subtly terrifying. Jena has always lived in the village. It has no name, why would it need one… Continue reading A Single Stone By Meg McKinlay

Adventure, Diana Gabaldon, Magic, Mystery, Uncategorized

Dragonfly in Amber By Diana Gabaldon

Hey guys! It's been a while since my last post because this book was just so long! It also might have had something to do with watching 10 seasons of Doctor Who and season 4 of The Originals. It's the holidays what did you expect? Anyway, Dragonfly in Amber was actually really enjoyable and I… Continue reading Dragonfly in Amber By Diana Gabaldon

Adventure, Diana Gabaldon, Magic, Mystery, Uncategorized

Outlander: Cross Stitch By Diana Gabaldon

Warning: I discovered this series is most definitely not for most teens. I would like to start this review by saying, this book should not be read by anyone under the age of 16, and that is stretching it. This book should really only be picked up by an extremely mature person. Although Outlander isn't… Continue reading Outlander: Cross Stitch By Diana Gabaldon

Adventure, Fairy Tale Twists, Magic, Mystery, Uncategorized

The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic By Leigh Bardugo

Full disclosure, this is the only book of Leigh Bardugo's that I have had the pleasure of reading, it won't be the last, but I thought I should tell you how I found it. I was scrolling through Tumblr one day, you know, as you do, and I came across a post with this book… Continue reading The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic By Leigh Bardugo

Adventure, Cassandra Clare, Magic, Mystery, Uncategorized

The Bane Chronicles By Cassandra Clare, Sarah Rees Brennan, Maureen Johnson

Malec is my favourite OTP of all time. Yeah, I have others in different fandoms but Malec is my favourite. This book is a compilation of short stories that dive deeper into Magnus's past. We get to learn about his mortal and immortal friends. See Raphael as his angst-ridden teenage self. Meet a few Herondales,… Continue reading The Bane Chronicles By Cassandra Clare, Sarah Rees Brennan, Maureen Johnson