I admit to not being the biggest fan of John Green’s books in the past so I was a bit sceptical getting into this one. Needn’t I worry: I LOVED IT and all it’s quirky-ness and realness and John Green-ness. AdvertisementsRead More Turtles All the Way Down by John Green // Mental Health, Billionaires and a Lack of Turtles
Lost: ALL CHILL.
If you find it please let me know I’ve been desperately looking for it since I’ve finished this book.Read More Spellbook of the Lost and Found by Moïra Fowley-Doyle // Queer witches and formidable weirdness
I just finished my first spooky book for SPOOKtober!!! Triumphant applause for my accomplishments THANK YOU!Read More Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco // murders in Victorian London ft. Sherlock GIFs
Welcome to Part 2 of my “I don’t have a book review for this week freak out” posts!Read More Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo // when you came out for money and you’re feeling so attacked
I don’t have a book to review for you this week… WHO WHAT WHEN AND WHYYYY you might be thinking (also singing that song from Spy Kids in my imagination apparently). Well because I was too busy saving the world as any respectable teen in high school does to read a book that I wanted […]Read More Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo *reread* // “ It’s not just about the money Kaz!!!1!”
I love retellings! Big surprise there. It might have something to do with not liking the Disney movies as much as everyone else seems to do that I just don’t mind a new fresh take on them. So here I am with a review and a discussion combo about them!Read More WHAT I like about Contemporary Fairytale Retellings (+ a geeky retelling review!)
I actually enjoyed a sci-fi book for once. HURRAYYYY this is one rare even people !! And growing attached to a mass murdering psychotic piece of artificial intelligence it’s totally normal right?Read More Illuminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff // Space zombies are TERRIFYING chum