I stumbled over Giana Darling’s Welcome to the Dark Side while hunting for a sweet quick forbidden romance read, and I have to say I was a bit skeptical going into this one, but it did not disappoint. The main characters meet in the middle of a full-blown shootout. Zeus is in his mid-twenties at […]
“Have you heard of the legends of sleeping kings? The legends that heroes like Llewellyn and Glendower and Arthur aren’t really dead, but are instead sleeping in tombs, waiting to be woken?” The story is about a group of four boys (and a girl… eventually) that’s looking for the body of old Welsh King Glendower, […]
I can’t say enough about this book. And let me tell you now, I have absolutely nothing bad to say about it. The format was so completely unique and it hooked me in immediately. The characters were so sweet and interesting, and seeing their relationships develop just like seeing them grow individually was simply delightful. […]
Rebecca Ross is for sure one of my favorite authors of all time. And this book went beyond anything I expected. After reading both this and The Queen’s Rising duology, I can clearly see her style in themes and writing, and I am becoming a huge addict to both. This book really astonishes with the […]
With her most recent surprise release From Blood and Ash, Jen officially joined the ranks of high fantasy authors with a massive bang. It’s hands down the best book I’ve read this year, and definitely one of her best books to date. From epic fight scenes, over swoon-worthy men to strong female characters and steamy […]
The Wicked King is the second book in the Folk of the Air series, you can read my review of the first book right HERE: REVIEW OF THE CRUEL PRINCE by Holly Black. There might be spoilers for the Cruel Prince ahead on this review. This book left me with the biggest book hangover of […]
The plot took shape and picked up a great pace, there was so much happening and the story got me more and more invested, so much that I couldn’t have stopped if I tried. It had so much action and mystery, a GREAT political intrigue and some of the BEST plot-twists I’ve read in YA.
First things first: the Darkest Star is the first installment of the Lux spin-off series, Origin. While Jen does a fantastic job getting everyone up to speed, I would highly recommend reading the Lux series before diving into this one. Firstly, you would seriously miss out and will eventually come to regret it. Secondly, running […]