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Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

So I finished reading Sixteen of Crows a week or two ago and I'm standing in a line for picture day at school so here's my review. Sorry if it sucks :/ Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo  Plot:   ... Continue Reading →

Top 3 Books on my TBR List

Hey readers! I know it's been a while but today I'm here to share my top 3 TBRs with all you lovely people, so let's begin. #1 Heartless by Marissa Meyer I'm so excited to read this, but I just... Continue Reading →

A story told through pictures: graphic novel mini reviews.

Hello dear readers! Today I will be sharing my thoughts about some of the graphic novels I've read so far, so sit back, relax and enjoy this post! #1 Beautiful Creatures: the manga by Kami Garcia So I read this... Continue Reading →

The Sculptor by Scott McCloud

Rating: 3.70 Plot: Twenty six year old David Smith is at a loss. Being a sculptor is hard work and he’s hit a dry spell. Not being able to sculpt a single piece is driving him mad and he’s down... Continue Reading →

What to Read in 2017

Fantasy Edition  Welcome to the first installment of 'what to read in 2017'. Where I'll be dishing out ideas for your next read this year. Some of the books I've read, while others I have not. Menagerie by Rachel Vincent When Delilah... Continue Reading →

December Book Haul

What I bought in December, 2016    #1 the Obsession by Nora Roberts Format: Hardcover Naomi Bowes, now Carson, thought that she could leave her old life behind. However, that one night that made her lose her innocence will forever... Continue Reading →

The Martian by Andy Weir

Rating: 5.00 WARNING!!! This review contains spoilers, proceed at your own risk! you have been warned! Plot: Mark Watney, an astronaut chosen for the third installment of NASA’s Ares project is left behind on the desolate planet of Mars when... Continue Reading →

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Rating: 4.65 Plot: Harry has never even heard of Hogwarts before when the letters start coming in. Being orphaned when he was only a year old Harry had been sent off to live with his grisly aunt and uncle who... Continue Reading →

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

Rating: 4.55 Plot: A monster from the Earth itself comes walking, and it goes to a thirteen year old boy, Conner O’Malley, demanding the most dangerous thing of all… the Truth… Characters: Really well developed and interesting, enjoyable and you... Continue Reading →

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