Book review on Kingdom of the Wicked

This book was doing the round on social media, and since I am a sucker for magic and fantasy, I decided to get on the hype. A story focusing on a young witch who’s twin was murdered and set on revenge sounds right up my ally. Not to mention, it’s set in Italy. It wasContinue reading “Book review on Kingdom of the Wicked”

Book review on Felix Ever After by Karen Callender (Spoilers)

I have never been much of a contemporary reader. I normally like to stick to my fantasy, and occasionally branch out to something such as thriller or historic fiction. But when my friend lended me the book Felix Ever After stating that it is a must read for, quote on quote, EVERYONE!, then I felt that IContinue reading “Book review on Felix Ever After by Karen Callender (Spoilers)”

Books to take and read on those summer holidays

Even though travel is hard these days, there’s nothing like lounging around the pool or on the beach. And what I love to do most is get engrossed in a good book. However, sometimes it is hard to know what books to bring. I often try not to bring a long series as it canContinue reading “Books to take and read on those summer holidays”

Review on These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong (Spoilers)

It’s safe to say that I thought I knew what I was getting into when I picked up this book, but it was nothing to what I expected. I thought I was going to read a re-telling of Romeo and Juliet and have an interest in the love story and it to be heavily focusedContinue reading “Review on These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong (Spoilers)”

10 books that need to be adapted

I have done a previous post about whether I think adaptions of books are good or not. Normally I am not sure if I like the idea of a book I love being adapted for either the big or small screen. Some have failed dramatically and have almost ruined any future projects for me. ButContinue reading “10 books that need to be adapted”

Review on The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller (Spoilers)

Even though it was published in 2012, The Song of Achilles has recently been making it’s round on social media, and since I am a lover of Greek and Roman mythology, I wasted no time ordering it and putting it on my to be read list.  Since I do know about Achilles’ mythological tale, IContinue reading “Review on The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller (Spoilers)”

Review on A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J Maas

For a lover of Sarah J. Maas and a fan of many years, I did however find myself taking a bit longer to reach for her latest release — A Court of Silver Flames.  I am a massive fan of the ACOTAR series, and have re-read it more than another other series I own. TheContinue reading “Review on A Court of Silver Flames by Sarah J Maas”

How to get out of a reading slump

It can be hard when you are an avid reader and suddenly you find yourself not wanting to pick up a book, or not finding the motivation to finish your currant to be read list.  Below, I have listed five possible ways to help you get out of that mood. But remember, everyone is different.Continue reading “How to get out of a reading slump”

5 classics worth the read today

Classics are often talked about in the book world. Many people have different opinions on what classics are still worth the read today. Some classic authors I find easier to read than others, some I just find I have no interest in (I won’t name them just because I don’t want fans of theirs toContinue reading “5 classics worth the read today”

8 Hyped books I want to read

The craze for hyped books can either have someone want to pick them up, or leave them alone. I’m someone where I go more based on the story itself. Time from time I like to look up what books people are raving about and recommend when I have read through my entire bookshelf. It’s neverContinue reading “8 Hyped books I want to read”