The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle: a review

In my previous post, you might’ve read that The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle was one of the books I read in December. I actually think it might be my favorite of the month, so I decided to review it! Short summary The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle starts with our main character, Aiden Bishop (although he doesn’t know that yet), waking up in a body that does not belong to him. Soon, he finds out that he must solve a murder that does not look like a murder, and has eight days to do it. Each day,…

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My Top 10 Favorite Books of the Year

Now that the year is coming to a close, I thought it was about time to list my top 10 favorite books of the year! I’d say I had a pretty good reading year. I have not yet made my Goodreads goal, but I am on track, so hopefully I’ll make it! Kingdom of Ash – Sarah J. Maas I’d been looking forward to the final installment in the Throne of Glass series for a long time. I was both excited and intimidated when I learned this big boy would be almost 1000 pages long. That did not stop me…

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The Queen of Nothing Review

The Queen of Nothing was one of my most anticipated releases for this year, so as soon as I got my hands on a copy I sped through it. That ending in The Wicked King really left us with questions, and I needed them answered ASAP! This review will contain some spoilers, so best not read it if you haven’t finished the book yet! Things I disliked To be honest, my review for The Queen of Nothing will probably be one of my most conflicting reviews to date. On the one hand I really did enjoy it! But on the…

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Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo: a review

I’ve been battling with myself whether I felt like writing a review for Ninth House or not. Normally I only write reviews for new books, or ARCs, but I really want to write more about what I actually read. Reviews are fun to do after all! So let’s dive into what I thought of Ninth House. I think Ninth House was one of the most anticipated novels of the year for a lot of us. It is Leigh’s first adult novel, but a lot of us know her best for her Grishaverse books. As a side note, I loved Wonder…

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Review: Salvaged by Madeleine Roux

It’s been a hot second since I reviewed anything, so when I got contacted to review what sounded like a very promising sci-fi book, I obviously said yes. Salvaged comes out October 15th, and I hope you guys will consider reading it, as I really enjoyed it! This review is plot-spoiler free. Okay, so if you know me, you know I love a good sci-fi set in space. Space absolutely terrifies me, because I can’t firmly grasp how big it really is and my mind doesn’t like it when I can’t imagine things true to their scale. There are also…

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