We talk all the time about series we want to read, series we haven't finished, but what about the ones we have! It's such a satisfying feeling to say that you've completed a series.
Alexis Henderson crafts a strong debut, with a clear feminist message. The perfect book to pick up this October.
I read some amazing and underwhelming books in September, but most importantly, I launched a book club.
There's a handful of books I could name that have impacted my life on such a deep level, and The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue might just top them all.
A dark and devious fantasy, where loyalty is tested and love is pushed to it's limits, Shelby Mahurin's long awaited sequel will have fans besotted and betrayed.
As the colour fades, as we come into autumn, it's time to pick up books that will make you shiver or keep you company as you curl up in bed. Here are eight books perfect for autumn.
Nahri accidentally summons a mysterious djinn warrior from the dead, who becomes her protector. As the dead rise, they flee on a magic carpet, and head to the City of Brass. Nahri slowly learns that the world is not as it seems, for all the campfire tales are true: magic exists, daeva's and djinn walk the sands, and she's right in the center of it.
here's something so dangerous, forbidden and terrifying in the world Emily A. Duncan creates that I'm afraid to put it down.
Tropes! You can't read a book without them. There's enough out there that they can be used in unique way, but that's not to say I don't have my favourites or ones I'd be happy to skip, or see revamped. Tropes I Love Mysterious Broody Character with a Tragic Backstory This because so popular a …
I cannot believe my two favourite things - Halsey and Books - are being combined. Here's the Badlands Book Tag!