The One About A Magical, Mysterious, And Enticing Game: Caraval by Stephanie Garber | Book Review

Hi everyone! I am back with yet another book review. I have been trying to keep up all the books that I have read, but have not published a book review on this blog (and there are still quite a few, so expect a book review or two every week for next couple of weeks… Continue reading The One About A Magical, Mysterious, And Enticing Game: Caraval by Stephanie Garber | Book Review

The One About A Badass Female And Her Wolf: Scarlett by Marissa Meyer | Book Review

The title makes it seem like this is one of those paranormal/shape-shifting spicy romance books, but I promise you it is not— unfortunately...if that's what you're into lol. A little reminder that this book, Scarlet, is the 2nd book in the Lunar Chronicles Series. You can check out my review for the first book in… Continue reading The One About A Badass Female And Her Wolf: Scarlett by Marissa Meyer | Book Review

The One About Choosing Between Duty & Love: Defy The Night by Brigid Kemmerer | Book Review

Hi, everyone! Today is another book review blog post— this time a YA Fantasy novel! This book first came up on my radar when one of my friends told me that this was the book that they were currently reading at the time. After reading this book, it seemed like this was all they could… Continue reading The One About Choosing Between Duty & Love: Defy The Night by Brigid Kemmerer | Book Review

Books I Bought In February & March 2022 | No Shelf Control

I don't think I have ever done a book haul on this blog, which is weird because I love book hauls. I'm a pretty nosy person (please tell me I'm not alone lol!), so I love seeing what new books other people have recently purchased. Book hauls are also a great way to discover new… Continue reading Books I Bought In February & March 2022 | No Shelf Control

The One About Princesses’ Who Were Raised To Deceive: Castles in Their Bones by Laura Sebastian | Book Review

This is another book that I was luckily given an eARC through NetGalley. This book intrigued me for two reasons; 1.) The cover. I'm not usually a fan of realistic people on book covers, but this one is just so pretty, 2.) The idea of triplet princesses who were trained since birth to bring down… Continue reading The One About Princesses’ Who Were Raised To Deceive: Castles in Their Bones by Laura Sebastian | Book Review

Books I Want to Read in February ’22 | Monthly TBR

My January TBR has practically been non-existent due to university taking up most of my time AND free time. However, I am slowly getting used to my new term timetable (4 modules-- send help!). I'd like to think that I am now able to workout a better schedule to balance my studies and time for… Continue reading Books I Want to Read in February ’22 | Monthly TBR