Rating: 3 Stars SynopsisThe second book to the Throne of Glass series. Celaena is now the King's champion and is off doing his dirty work (killing anyone the King deems a threat to his crown). However Celaena isn't the submissive type and once the King alludes to a group of rebels and their vague plot … Continue reading Crown of Midnight (Sarah J Maas)
Yikes. Alright, this month I’m taking on the extremely difficult task of not buying any more books. I’ve gone through my shelves and counted about 75 books that I’ve bought and have not read. So I need to make a considerable dent in my TBR pile before I can justifiably allow myself to spend ridiculous amounts … Continue reading No Spend June!
Rating: 5 Stars (is anyone surprised?) SynopsisFeyre, Rhysand and the rest of the Night Court are on full alert, knowing that Hybern is about to take down the wall separating faerie from human realms. In no uncertain terms, they know this will being war. The Night Court sets out to find a way to stop … Continue reading A Court of Wings and Ruin (Sarah J. Maas)
Author you've read the most books byIf we aren't counting series of any kind, I'd have to say Mitch Albom. (I absolutely hate that it always tries to autocorrect Albom to Album. Like, I know what I mean, spell check, but thanks anyway.)Best sequel everThat's a tough one. I mean Harry Potter just got more … Continue reading A to Z Book Tag
Rating: 5 Stars SynopsisFeyre is struggling with life after Under the Mountain while she's forced to sit out of every decision made by Tamlin for the Spring Court. Her duty is simply to plan their wedding. But Feyre can't sit idly by and be Tamlin's quiet wife. On her wedding day she sends out a … Continue reading A Court of Mist and Fury (Sarah J. Maas)
Rating: 5 Stars SynopsisOne day, while Feyre is out hunting in order to feed her family she shoots and kills a wolf, only to discover that he was a faerie. Tamlin, a powerful faerie comes to retrieve her and take her back to his magical realm, in order to pay her debt (a life for … Continue reading A Court of Thorns and Roses (Sarah J. Maas)
I was hoping for more books read this month, but work was busy and I had a cold again. My immune system is shot and I think it has to do with my neighbour screaming bloody murder at his video game until 4am every morning. It makes it a smidge hard to sleep! But enough … Continue reading March 2019 Wrap Up
I'm hoping this month will be as productive as February was (fingers crossed!) So I spent most of last month either reading or rearranging my March pile. But I think I've come to the perfect list now: Five Feet Apart (Rachael Lippincott, Mikki Daughtry, Tobias Iaconis)Always and Forever, Lara Jean (Jenny Han)A Court of Thorns … Continue reading March 2019 TBR