The One About Office Rivals: The Hating Game by Sally | Book Review

When you look at my list of all-time favourite tropes, you can be sure to find "rivals-to-lovers" somewhere on that list. I am all for the banter, the slow-burn and everything in-between. That's by 'The Hating Game' by Sally was one of the most recommended books of the year from my online fellow bookworms and… Continue reading The One About Office Rivals: The Hating Game by Sally | Book Review

February 2022 Most Anticipated Book Releases

Oops-- looks like we're skipping January and heading straight into February! I feel like January came and went slowly AND quickly at the same time. University has been taking up most of my time during the Christmas break and the first month of the new year, which left very little time to read. As a… Continue reading February 2022 Most Anticipated Book Releases

The One With The Cutest Blossoming Romance: ‘Heartstopper’ by Alice Oseman | Book Review

I have a confession to make: I read this book at the end of November so technically this isn't supposed to be on my December TBR. However, I did re-read this book again and by that time it was the 1st of December -- so technically, I still did read this in December. As you… Continue reading The One With The Cutest Blossoming Romance: ‘Heartstopper’ by Alice Oseman | Book Review

The One About Enhanced Memory: Lies My Memory Told Me by Sacha Wunsch | Book Review

If you have seen my other reviews, you can probably tell that I have been reading lots of Thriller and Mystery novels lately. In fact, I think Thriller and Mystery is my most read genre of books in the month of November. (no complaints here!) This book was kindly sent to my by Harper360 in… Continue reading The One About Enhanced Memory: Lies My Memory Told Me by Sacha Wunsch | Book Review

The One About Dreamless Sleepers: Dreams Lie Beneath by Rebecca Ross | Book Review

As I am writing this, it has been less than 10 minutes since I have finished this book. I thought it would be best to start writing the book review just so my head isn't jumbled up with my thoughts on this book, and so that I don't forget anything that I wanted to mention… Continue reading The One About Dreamless Sleepers: Dreams Lie Beneath by Rebecca Ross | Book Review

The One About A Lone Bomber: One for Sorrow by Helen Sarah Fields | Book Review

I had requested this book on NetGalley as soon as I saw Avon Books' tweet about seeking book bloggers to review Helen Field's latest installation to her 'D.I Callanach' series. Unfortunately for me, they were only giving physical ARC copies to bloggers who have read and reviewed the previous books-- understandably. But that was not… Continue reading The One About A Lone Bomber: One for Sorrow by Helen Sarah Fields | Book Review

The One About Cursing Exes: The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling | Book Review

This was one of my most-anticipated reads for October. As soon as I read the blurb on Goodreads, I immediately added it to my tbr (To-Be-Read) right there and then. The idea of a Hocus-Pocus inspired, witches and second-chance lovers seemed like the prefect concoction for the Halloween season. However, I will mention that I… Continue reading The One About Cursing Exes: The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling | Book Review

The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black | Book Review

I have to admit, I have had this book on my bookshelves for years-- like this book has been sitting and collecting dust for an embarrassingly long time. The reason why I have yet to read this book is because I keep waiting until the Halloween season to read it, even though I gaze longingly… Continue reading The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black | Book Review

A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson | Book Review

We are officially in the month of October, meaning now is the perfect time to binge watch horror movies, tour some haunted houses and start planning this year’s Halloween costumes. I’ll be away at university during Halloween, so I’ll definitely be attending— but as what is the real question. To get me into the mood… Continue reading A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson | Book Review

Gilded by Marissa Meyer | Book Review

First of all, I want to say that I am so excited to write this review. This book has been the sole focus of my attention during the past couple of days, which is quite concerning considering I should be more focused on the fact that I'll be going back university soon. However, despite all… Continue reading Gilded by Marissa Meyer | Book Review

Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll | Book Review

No October TBR list is complete if there isn’t a thriller book included. This book happens to be on my October tbr, and I am glad to announce that I have officially ticked it off the list. Unfortunately, this review will be slightly shorter than my usual reviews. I really wanted to like this book,… Continue reading Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll | Book Review

September 2021 Reading Wrap-Up| Monthly Wrap-Up

September was a pretty good month for me. Next month I’m back in university and committing more time to my studies so I made sure to spend more time with my family before I leave. As a result, I haven’t had as much time to read so this month’s wrap-up will be fairly short. This… Continue reading September 2021 Reading Wrap-Up| Monthly Wrap-Up

The Mysterious Affair At Styles by Agatha Christie | Book Review

You would think that someone who claims to love Mystery books and Thrillers, she would have had read at least one Agatha Christie book, but nope. Not me. I have read a couple "cosy mysteries" but suprisingly I have yet to read an Agatha Christie book Until today (as I am writing this book review… Continue reading The Mysterious Affair At Styles by Agatha Christie | Book Review

The Marvelous Mirza Girls by Sheeba Karim | Book Review

I cannot tell you how excited I was to find this book on my doorstep. I had request an Advanced Reader’s Copy (ARC) of this book from Harper Collins (Harper360YA) and was pleasantly surprised to find this package waiting on my doorstep. Can you imagine my surprise when I opened up the package and an… Continue reading The Marvelous Mirza Girls by Sheeba Karim | Book Review

Don’t Look Back by Jennifer L. Armentrout

If you follow me on any of my social media platforms or you follow this blog, you can see that I have not been reading much (as I usually do) the last couple of months. The truth is, I’ve been stuck in a reading slump and had a hard time breaking out of it. Fortunately… Continue reading Don’t Look Back by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Oh My Gods! by Stephanie Cooke (Author), Insha Fitzpatrick, Juliana Moon (Artist) | Graphic Novel Review

I've been really interested in greek mythology lately, bought a non-fiction history book, watched a couple movies and documentaries about Greek Gods, and even considered naming my dog Apollo (seriously.) When I saw this Greek Gods inspired graphic novel at Forbidden Planet, it was an instant buy. Edition: Paperback, 208 pages Publication Date: January 5th 2021… Continue reading Oh My Gods! by Stephanie Cooke (Author), Insha Fitzpatrick, Juliana Moon (Artist) | Graphic Novel Review

Curses by Lish McBride | Book Review

Imagine my surprise when i checked my emails one morning and found an email from Penguin Random House asking if I would like a physical advanced reader's copy of 'Curses' by Lish McBride. My first ever physical ARC. I was also kind of worried about whether it would be "appropriate" to read a fantasy novel… Continue reading Curses by Lish McBride | Book Review

Classic Books That Everyone Has Read— But I Have Not

We have all seen those pins on Pinterest that claim to contain the Top 100 books that every human being should read before they die, or those "30 Books Everyone Should Read At Least Once In Their Lives" lists we stumble upon whilst scrolling through the internet at 3 am in the morning. Those kinds… Continue reading Classic Books That Everyone Has Read— But I Have Not

The Secret Countess by Eve Ibbotson | Book Review

I first heard of this book through a Youtuber's monthly wrap-up video. I'm pretty sure her channel was called 'Bookish Princess', and she did end up giving this book a good review overall. I'm gonna be honest and say that the book cover was what really intrigued me (the artwork is stunning!) and even more… Continue reading The Secret Countess by Eve Ibbotson | Book Review

The Death of Mrs Westaway by Ruth Ware | Book Review

Ruth Ware is one of my friend’s favourite authors. After pestering me to try one of her books, I am pleased to announce (and I’m sure she is too!) that I have read a Ruth Ware book. Seems like I’ve been gravitating towards domestic thrillers recently, and I have no idea why. Anyway— onto the… Continue reading The Death of Mrs Westaway by Ruth Ware | Book Review