I went into this book really excited thinking it was going to be this epic end of the world thriller. It didn’t take me long to realise that this book isn’t really that and I have to say I was a bit disappointed. However! I kept on reading because I was intrigued to find out that even though the world is ending, it still seemed normal.
Hello everyone! How are you all doing? It’s been very sunny and warm here recently which is a really nice change from all the rain and freezing weather we’ve had the past few weeks. Summer is really on its way and I’m really looking forward to sitting outside in the sun with a good book.
Who’s watched the Shadow and Bone Netflix series yet? I watched a couple last night but then I just had to go to bed but I will be watching more later. I only read the book a few days ago and I didn’t realise it includes Six of Crows as well. Looks like I have to buy and read that series now!
Hello everyone!! I’m back with another blog tour, but this is very special as it’s the WINNER of BBNYA 2020. I joined very late last year and The Lore of Prometheus was the book I was given to read. I’m so excited to finally share my thoughts with you all after so long.
Hello! How is everyone today? I am absolutely exhausted, I really struggled to get up for work this morning. I’m hoping to get back into a routine again soon so I can find time to read, blog and play a few games as well. It’s my stop on The Write Reads ultimate blog tour today for Kate in Waiting, a very adorable YA romance! I read this curled up on the sofa on Saturday and I couldn’t have asked for a better book to read after such a long week.
Happy Thursday Everyone! I am a day behind and really thought it was Wednesday today. One day closer to the weekend though! I’m so excited to say I have finally read The Inheritance Games and LOVED IT! I love YA mysteries and this one absolutely did not disappoint. Here is my review for this amazing book!
Hello Everyone! I hope you are all looking forward to a beautiful sunny Easter weekend! I’ve had a bit of a break but I am back and better than ever. I have a very exciting book review for you today and I can’t wait to share my thoughts with you! Thank you Amy and the publisher for a e-arc of Mina and the Undead in exchange for an honest review.
Hello everyone! Today is my spot on The Write Reads Blog Tour, I was really excited to start this because everyone else’s reviews have been amazing! Unfortunately, my headache’s haven’t been getting much better and it was starting to hurt to read from my phone. I am going to buy a kindle or a tablet soon so I have a bigger screen to read e-books on so I will be going back to this one later.
As The Institute is my first Stephen King book, I didn’t really know what to expect. I have watched some of the film adaptations and yeah, they did scare me. So, I was a bit sceptical about starting it, I like my sleep and I didn’t want to be kept up by ghosties. However! It ended up being more eerie and chilling than scary, but you can’t stop reading because too much is happening.
This was a very last-minute blog tour for me and I dropped everything to start reading this book. It’s not normally something I would pick up but I am so glad I did. As soon as I started reading, I couldn’t stop. The story was completely captivating and the characters were so interesting, it’s very easy to care for them and get wrapped up in their lives. It’s so beautifully written, sometimes like poetry and it is easy to get lost in the snowy setting. It makes the story that bit more chilling and engaging.