February TBR

As a mood reader, I have typically always shied away from planning a ‘To Be Read’ predominantly because I can never stick to them (or post them more than halfway through the month). So it will be interesting at the end of the month to see if I have actually finished many, if any, of…

Owlcrate-athon TBR

Owlcrate-athon is running from February 9th – 22nd 2019, and this is the third time it has been run. It was designed to encourage Owlcrate Subscribers catch up on any books they’ve received but not yet read. However it is open to anyone who owns/borrows any books previously sent by Owlcrate. More details of the…

January Book Haul

Like a number of my posts at the moment, my January Haul has been posted a little later than planned. But at the end of January I acquired a total of 17 books, consisting of 11 physical books and 6 e-books. I appreciate that to a lot of people 17 in a single month seems…

Review: Fire & Heist by Sarah Beth Durst

Date Finished: January 14th 2019 Time taken to read: 8 days Rating: 3 stars Gold. Symbol Au Fire & Heist is a young adult fantasy story taking a look into the lives of wyverns (were-dragons) living amongst humans. Having been banished from their home land centuries ago, wyverns have settled on Earth fuelled by a…

Review: Killer T by Robert Muchamore

Date Finished: January 7th 2019 Time taken to read: 147 days Rating: 1.5 stars I received a free e-ARC of Killer T on NetGalley from the publisher (Hot Key Books) in exchange for an honest review of the story. Killer T is now available for purchase. Deion Powell was king of high school. (Let me…

Review: The Other Side of Lost by Jessi Kirby

Date Finished: January 4th 2019 Time taken to read: 4 days Rating: 3.5 stars We lie on our backs on the trampoline, drawn into the center by each other’s weight. The Other Side of Lost follows Mari, a newly 18-year-old health and lifestyle Instagrammer, who is becoming disillusioned by the perfect life she feels she…