Audiobook Review: ‘Obsidio’

“Live a life worth dying for.” This is it - the finale of The Illuminae Files. Who will live? Who will die? WILL WE GET ANSWERS? …yes, yes we do get all the answers we could have wanted. This is one of my all time favorite series, which I will forever hold dear to my… Continue reading Audiobook Review: ‘Obsidio’


Review: ‘Every Day’

A wakes up in a different body and in a different life - everyday. I love the concept of this novel. Everyday this ‘being’ who has named themselves “A” is a different person, but has the same mind. They switch bodies every day, always into someone their age and never too far from where the… Continue reading Review: ‘Every Day’

Review: ‘Sleeping Giants’ & ‘Waking Gods’

This is a review I’ve wanted to write since we started this blog seven or so months ago. The timing just never felt right. But with the final book of the trilogy (Only Human) coming out on May 1st, there’s no better time then the present to share my review and thoughts on Themis Files… Continue reading Review: ‘Sleeping Giants’ & ‘Waking Gods’

ARC Review: ‘The Queen’s Rising’

The Queen’s Rising is Rebecca Ross’s debut novel and if this is anything to go by - sign me up for everything she writes in the future! I absolutely loved this world, the characters, the writing style, everything about The Queen’s Rising! I was fortunate enough to pick up a copy of this at New… Continue reading ARC Review: ‘The Queen’s Rising’

Review: ‘Renegades’

The Renegades are a syndicate of prodigies—humans with extraordinary abilities—who emerged from the ruins of a crumbled society and established peace and order where chaos reigned. As champions of justice, they remain a symbol of hope and courage to everyone...except the villains they once overthrew. Title: Renegades Author: Marissa Meyer Rating: 3.5/5 stars Renegades…. Does… Continue reading Review: ‘Renegades’

ARC Review: ‘Nice Try, Jane Sinner’

This book is a laugh out loud funny contemporary that is super relatable and modern. The story is told from Jane’s perspective through her journal entries and conversations she’s recorded in her journal. Oh yeah, and she dropped out of high school and goes to community college to finish her degree and decides to go… Continue reading ARC Review: ‘Nice Try, Jane Sinner’