It's time for Instagram Sundays -- a roundup of this week's bookstagam posts. This week's post is brought to you by my birthday and a weekend in London. This is an advance copy I was sent for review. I'm really enjoying it (and its simple but effective cover)! It's an adventure filled with wrongful imprisonment, … Continue reading Instagram Sundays
I posted my May reading round-up yesterday, and now I’ve got my sights set on June. I loved every book I read in May, so I’m hoping to keep the streak alive.
I saw this book and fell in love with its gorgeous cover. As someone looking to fill the diversity gap in her fantasy reading, The Wrath and the Dawn was the perfect departure from the ordinary.
Stationery, cats in bookshelves, and fantasy fiction.
5 for Friday: the best bits of the week!
Review: The Bone Gap
5 for Friday: London Edition. Now with more puppies!
Unless you've had the good fortune to live under a rock, you'll probably know all about the political situation in the United States. For many, the presidency of Donald Trump has been cause for fear and anger, with many marching in demonstrations not only in the US, but across the planet. There's a great history … Continue reading Review: March volumes 1-3
Robert Galbraith's debut novel, The Cuckoo's Calling, received moderate success, selling approximatley 1,500 copies (a respectable number for a debut) and boasting blurbs from the Queen of Crime Val McDermid among others. Of course, when the author's true identity was leaked as none other than J. K. Rowling, sales skyrocketed and Robert Galbraith became a … Continue reading Review: The Cuckoo’s Calling
I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This review will contain some small spoilers. I’ve only just begun reading YA, but I can tell you that nothing has had quite the impact of Alwyn Hamilton’s Rebel of the Sands. I picked it up only recently and fell … Continue reading Review: Traitor to the Throne