A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J Maas

A Court of Wings and Ruin by Sarah J Maas

I've been mulling over the story since it ended and trying to digest and process it, but I honestly don't think I have enough thoughts on it to form an extensive review. A Court of Mist and Fury left me hungry and in withdrawals for more of this world and series. I couldn't engage in any [...]

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

What a brilliant surprise.  I had heard so much hype surrounding this book that I simultaneously expected to either hate it or love it. Originally, I didn’t plan on reading this book, at least not quite yet, but when my hold on my library app came through I knew I had to start it soon. [...]

The Woman in The Window

The Woman in The Window

Rating: TW: anxiety, agoraphobia.  I can definitely see why this one is the thriller of the year. It bares several similarities to the writing styles of popular best-selling thrillers such as The Woman in Cabin 10, The Girl on the Train, and Gone Girl. One of the popular tropes it displayed was an alcoholic narrator. Now, I've [...]

This One Summer

This One Summer

Rating: The artwork is absolutely stunning. I was definitely left awestruck and often speechless by Tamaki's illustrations and ability to capture scenery and movements. However, the plot was a weakness for me. The author dips her toe into several areas of discussion (sexism, misguided crushes, teenage pregnancy, miscarriages, etc.), but she never fully commits to [...]

A Study in Charlotte

A Study in Charlotte

Rating: Okay, so I've struggled to gather my thoughts into something that's somewhat cohesive, and I guess that's largely due to the fact that I was confused for several bits of this novel. I buddy read this with The Slytherin Warlock, which greatly helped with my enjoyment of this book! It was fun and fast [...]