“Life was too short to play chicken with something as important as the person you loved.” Alright y’all so imagine this. You’re browsing through Bookstagram, bored off your ass, and you see a cute little book with a pretty teal cover surrounded by little cartoon teenagers hanging out on bleachers. “Aww,” You say, “this isContinue reading “Review: “Only Mostly Devastated” by Sophie Gonzales”
“The Circus arrives without warning…” The infamous opening line that spawned no less than three high school book projects and a whole host of longing to run away to a magical circus. That’s right, ladies and gentlemen, it’s the famous fantasy extravaganza; The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. So why am I re-reading The NightContinue reading “Review: “The Night Circus” by Erin Morgenstern”
Maybe I’m a Scrooge. Maybe it’s that my 23 years have suddenly decided to add up into one explosion of “get off my lawn” crotchetiness, because while undoubtedly “Date Me, Bryson Keller” is a cute YA novel, conceptually it is just so young. Writing-wise, characterization-wise, dialogue-wise (“wow that sucks major donkey balls” is something IContinue reading “Review: “Date Me, Bryson Keller” by Kevin van Whye”
As The Song of Achilles has long been one of my all time favorite standalone books, I thought it would only be right to write up my first official review on it. It’s the book that has stuck with me for years– since the very first time I read it on a train from MadridContinue reading “Review: “The Song of Achilles” – Madeline Miller”
Let’s see if this does what I think it does, shall we?