The “Is It Spring Yet?” Book Haul

No girl, it's now summer. What is wrong with you? I found it in my drafts, all sad that I hadn't finished or posted it since May. It's been like... 6? 8? months since I last did a haul, so there's a LOT to look at. But don't ask, I can't even explain it other… Continue reading The “Is It Spring Yet?” Book Haul


Winter Book Haul

 I do these so infrequently that I warn you.. this is a big haul. It wasn't too bad until I really started thinking about it and realized that I have a LOT of books to show you guys. I just added everything up in my head and it was $93 (not including subscription boxes) -… Continue reading Winter Book Haul

Book Review, lunar chronicles

Wires and Nerve: Gone Rogue (Volume 2) – Marissa Meyer

Gone Rogue by Marissa Meyer My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars As the second and final graphic novel (for now) chronicling Iko's adventures after the events of the Lunar Chronicles, Gone Rogue does a brilliant job catching us up on what all of our favourite characters have been up to in the last year. Despite… Continue reading Wires and Nerve: Gone Rogue (Volume 2) – Marissa Meyer

Book Tags

Justice League Movie Book Tag

I was tagged by the lovely Mandy from Book Princess Reviews to do this tag because she knows how much I love superheroes. You definitely need to check out her blog and you can read her tag answers here! THE RULES: Copy these rules onto your post Mention creators of the tag: Angelica and Rosie @TheBookCoverGirls and link… Continue reading Justice League Movie Book Tag

Bookish Posts, Lists, Top 5 Tuesday

Most Read Authors – Top 5 Tuesday

Who are your most read authors? Find out mine in this Top 5 Tuesday!

Bookish Posts, Lists

Dream Reading Spaces – Top 5 Tuesday

What are your favourite book worlds? Where would you want to live? Find out mine in this Top 5 Tuesday!

Book Review, lunar chronicles

Winter – Marissa Meyer (ReRead)

Winter by Marissa Meyer My rating: 5 of 5 stars Winter is the final book in the Lunar Chronicles series (although the story does continue in graphic novel form.) It is definitely one of my favourite conclusions, as the story wraps up well and is satisfying. The reader is not left with myriad plot holes… Continue reading Winter – Marissa Meyer (ReRead)