BOOK REVIEW: I’m Traveling Alone

I’m Traveling Alone- Samuel Bjork “She had not moved out here to get better. She had come here to seek oblivion.” At the very beginning of this suspense-filled crime novel, we are introduced to Mia Kruger. Her eagerness to feel nothing evident in every action, her thoughts longing to let go of every emotion- of... Continue Reading →

BOOK REVIEW: The Picture Of Dorian Gray

The Picture of Dorian Gray- Oscar Wilde What is there to say about a novel which had been written by a poet? Perhaps the introductory quote upon page five, “But beauty, real beauty, ends where an intellectual expression begins.” Shows the true context of what lies within the story that is to follow. A mixture... Continue Reading →

BOOK REVIEW: A Court Of Wings And Ruin

A Court Of Wings And Ruin- Sarah J. Maas The very first page the perfect introduction; a mixture of memories, melancholy. This reverie of Rhysand's, the first line, consisting of no more than 14 words; it is painting the past and yet foreshadowing everything that is about to unfold. Sarah J Maas has written ACOWAR... Continue Reading →

BOOK REVIEW: Elixir

Elixir- Elise Allen & Hilary Duff Upon the first page we are thrown directly into Clea’s panic. We quickly learn her magnified sense of experiencing life and yet everything that is to come is something she was not ready for. Something no one would ever be ready for until the reality of it settles in.... Continue Reading →

BOOK REVIEW: King’s Cage

King's Cage- Victoria Aveyard There's a lot to be said about the little lightning girl. But here I am almost halfway through King's Cage and all Aveyard has given me is Mare. "people like us," he scoffs. "We lie to everyone. Especially ourselves." It's page 202, Maven makes a pretty compelling statement, and Mare reacts... Continue Reading →

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