Okay yadda yadda, reading about curvy girls falling in love is a cornerstone of this blog, “we get it” I hear you all murmur. Well it’s not enough until I say it is. So let me hype these 15 something books for you all, but mostly for myself. Let’s make it fun and I’ll challenge myself to read all of them this year too.Continue reading “Hyping All of the Curvy Babe books on my TBR Right now”
Hello book lovers! I’m back with another currently reading post inspired the weekly WWW meme that Taking on a World of Words hosts. I’m a serial TBR maker because they help me stay on track with my reading goals so much, as well as helping me figure out what books I have access too from either the library or kindle unlimited that month!
‘“I suppose I owe you the truth,” she said. “After all, I’ve come to ask for your help. But I warn you, this isn’t a tale for the faint of heart. It is a story of murder, and betrayal, and sisterly love turned sour.”
“So it’s a Tuesday,” said Sumi. “We can take it.”
Jack nodded. “As you say. It was, as it so often is, a dark and stormy night…”’
When Jack left Eleanor West’s School for Wayward Children she was carrying the body of her deliciously deranged sister–whom she had recently murdered in a fit of righteous justice–back to their home on the Moors.
But death in their adopted world isn’t always as permanent as it is here, and when Jack is herself carried back into the school, it becomes clear that something has happened to her. Something terrible. Something of which only the maddest of scientists could conceive. Something only her friends are equipped to help her overcome.
Eleanor West’s “No Quests” rule is about to be broken.
I didn’t anticipate writing a review for Come Tumbling Down, the fifth instalment in Seanan McGuire’s portal fantasy series. That’s not to insinuate I didn’t enjoy this book, or had nothing to say about it. I was just a bit lost for words when I finished this book.
However it’s been just a week since I put this book down and honestly my blood still rushes with excitement when I think about this book. Not only because I really enjoyed it (and it was my favourite instalment so far) but because I feel so excited about the future possibilities of where this series could go.