Review: Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater

Review: Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater

Things have gotten interesting for Blue Sargent, to say the least. Life with the raven boys has never been dull, but lately things are getting rough. Maura is missing, three sleepers are sleeping and it is imperative that they don’t wake the third, and revenge makes it’s way into town, putting everyone near it’s grasp in danger. As Blue and the boys delve further into their quest, questions are answered, lives are lost, and sleepers are awakened… Rating:   Genre: YA Fantasy POV: Third person Read this if you...


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Review: The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater

Review: The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater

Ronan Lynch, has a secret. He can steal things from his dreams. It’s a power that he’s just beginning to understand, but his time to do so is limited. There are people out there who are searching for those with this precise gift and they aren’t playing nice. On top of Ronan’s journey to explore his potential, the raven boys, along with Blue, are still searching for the illusive Glendower. They know the path to the long lost King has always been tied to the ley line and Cabeswater....


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May in Review

May in Review

Since I pretty much say this in every monthly review post I’m going to keep the pattern going by saying… I can’t believe May is already OVER! I remember saying that I was hoping to have more time for my blog and reading in May because April was a slow month for me and ya… that didn’t happen. May was even busier. There were days when I couldn’t even log on to wordpress 🙁 ugh. So I’m really, really going to be trying to amp up my blogging game...


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Books & Beauty: Gryffindor Eye Look

Books & Beauty: Gryffindor Eye Look

So remember a really long time ago when I thought of the idea for this post and I had the good intentions of following up with a bunch more?? Ya that never happened. Sorry about that! But good news is, lately I’ve been feeling really inspired by the books I’ve been reading, in terms of nail and makeup looks, so I’m hoping to make this post a more regular thing. Fingers crossed 🙂 I don’t know what it is, but Spring and Fall always give me the biggest craving...


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Review: The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

Review: The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater

As the daughter of a psychic, Blue Sargent doesn’t have a problem believing in the occult. Every year, on St. Mark’s Eve, Blue accompanies her mother to an abandoned churchyard so she can identify spirits that appear. As Blue is merely an amplifier of psychic ability and not one herself, she doesn’t typically see the spirits. That is until this year, when she sees the spirit of a boy named Gansey. Ever since she was little she has been warned that if she were to kiss her true love,...


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What I've Been Feeding the TBR Monster

What I’ve Been Feeding the TBR Monster

I don’t know when or why this happened but I started affectionately referring to my TBR as my TBR monster..Probably because my TBR is a beast that can’t be tamed, along with the fact that I’m constantly adding more books to it. She even has a name (and apparently a gender). It’s Tibby if you were curious. Not super original but it is what it is! Anyways, I’ve been giving Tibby a lot of new books lately so I decided to share a few with you guys…Maybe you’ll be...


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Review: Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin

Review: Wolf by Wolf by Ryan Graudin

It’s 1956 and the world is a much different place from the one we know. The Axis powers, comprised of the Third Reich and Imperial Japan, now rule. Every year they host the Axis Tour in which teenagers race on motorcycles across conquered territories in order to celebrate their victory. The winner is treated to a ball in Toyko with Hilter, who is rarely ever seen in public. Yael is a death camp survivor. After being the subject of painful experimentations, she now possesses the ability to changer her...


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