Game of Secrets is full of characters that you're not sure you can trust. There's action and intrigue. The chapters fly by every time I pick it up! I can't wait to see what happens. Enter now to win a copy of this book for yourself.Continue Reading
Picking up the story 8 years after book one, Bitterblue is now queen and figuring out how to govern, how to heal her country from her father's cruelty, and how to be her own person despite everyone telling her how she should be.Continue Reading
This book is exactly what I look for in a YA Fantasy. It has really neat fantasy elements (an interesting magical system, thought-out cultures and political systems), diverse characters, who are also interesting and multi-dimensional characters, relationships (and romances) that develop over time, interesting plot and subplots, an intriguing mystery, lots of action, twists and turns that Continue Reading
I nabbed this book on a super sale because I read Six of Crows and Crooked Kingdom earlier this year and was entranced by the Grisha and the world that Leigh Bardugo has created. I wanted to see where it all began.Continue Reading
I enjoyed this book. And, at the same time, I didn't enjoy this book. It's one of the first books I've read that I can honestly say is a clear two-star. I liked parts, but not all. And now...I need to vent a bit. So, let's pretend we're sitting in a coffee shop, sipping chai lattes and gabbing about books.Continue Reading
Like a River Glorious is the second book in The Gold Seer Trilogy by Rae Carson. Rae Carson’s use of language and setting really do make you feel like you’re in the 1840s. Her ability to weave tiny bits of magic into a historical novel always makes me smile. Continue Reading
This book. THIS book. My brain and my body are a mess of feelings. (Please be forewarned, there may be slight spoilers.) I couldn't stop reading. It was intense...but the tone is different from the other Throne of Glass novels.Continue Reading

Book Review: Red Queen

This is a world divided by blood – red or silver. The Reds are commoners, ruled by a Silver elite in possession of god-like superpowers. And to Mare Barrow, a seventeen-year-old Red girl from the poverty-stricken Stilts, it seems like nothing will ever change.Continue Reading