#TomeToppleReadathon is making a resurrection mid-November, so this week I’m looking at the big books on my TBR shelf that I can get too. The only rule being they must be at least 500 pages long!
“I know what it means to dream about the past. To dream about things you have loved, and lost.”
Spoiler Free Review
Title: Girls of Paper and Fire
Author: Natasha Ngan
Series or Standalone: Series (Book #1)
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, LGBT
Publication Date: November 6th 2018
Publisher: Jimmy Patterson Books
Star Rating: ★★★★☆
In honour of Halloween here’s a list of the characters that I desperately need an excuse to dress up as. Not just as a Halloween costume, but any kind of costume party period!
As many of you probably know KINGDOM OF ASH is officially out. Whilst this release is a long time coming and deserves it’s celebration and spotlight – let’s not let it overshadow some other great releases that also deserve some attention!
Continue reading “IN CASE YOU MISSED IT”
I can’t go through the entirety of October without acknowledging some of my favourite paranormal creatures!
Hello fellow readers, today I’m going to talking about all the current news items related to the literary world such as book announcements, releases and other things happening in book communities across all platforms! Continue reading “IN CASE YOU MISSED IT”
Series or Standalone: Series (Book #2)
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Romance
Publication Date: October 2nd 2018
“This is Weep. You can’t expect things to make sense here.”
If I had to describe Muse of Nightmares in two words it would be brilliant… yet brutal.
Yep, you read that right! I know it’s not quite mid-year, but I’ve had this one sitting in the vault for a while now.
Lets take a look at some of the most anticipated upcoming book to movie adaptations! Continue reading “BOOK TO MOVIE ADAPTATIONS I’M EXCITED ABOUT”
Series or Standalone: Series
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Chick Lit
Publication Date: April 1st 2002
I concede. I read this solely because I was hugely obsessed with the early seasons of the CW adaptation of Gossip Girl. When I came across the audiobooks via my library, I thought why not? I have always wanted to try the books. However I can’t say I’m eager to jump back into this Cecily von Zeiger’s mind after what was a pretty unenjoyable, and at times, aggravating read.