Some of you may have read my recent review on A Court of Thorns and Roses, and how I disapproved of the type of relationship being promoted in the text. In light of that, I thought it would be cool to write a piece about what makes a ‘bad boy’ enjoyable to read, and what… Continue reading What Makes Bad Boys Good?
Okay, let me just start of with...um? I'm yet to read the super hyped series, Throne of Glass, but I kept seeing this series by the same author on every blog and bookstagram I followed, so I decided to give it a read. What the freaking what? I found out that the age rating on… Continue reading A Court of Thorns and…Questionable Life Choices?
1. As You Like It This play is a Shakespearian comedy which is probably why it appeals to me so much. Rosalind, daughter of a usurped duke, is banished from her home and winds up trying to find the true love she saw, like, two minutes ago, by trekking around in the whacked out forest of… Continue reading Top 5 Shakespearean Plays
After reading a Kristin Cashore masterpiece like Graceling (Totally ‘Killer’ Read!), you wouldn't think you'd come across many other showstoppers like that, huh? And really, how many times can you re-read a book before it becomes sad...even for bookworms like us? Well, if you're suffering from Graceling deprivation I am here to offer up a… Continue reading Totally ‘Hot’ Read!
If you are searching for a book that will excite, terrify and possibly stop your heart, then holy crap-on-toast LOOK NO FURTHER than Graceling by Kristin Cashore. Until recently I never even knew that this book existed, but when a friend recommended it I realised that my all-time favourite book Fire (also by Kristin Cashore)… Continue reading Totally ‘Killer’ Read!
You know how people say that you shouldn't judge a book by it's cover? I hate to admit that that is exactly what I did when it came to Amy and Rodger's Epic Detour by Morgan Matson. Oh man, I judged. I judged until Satan came out of Hell to give me a lecture about… Continue reading Taking the Scenic Route
Aliens aren't the first characters that come to mind when I picture a good read, but I was pleasantly surprised when I encounter Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout. This book combines humour with sci-fi fantasy themes to create an enjoyable journey. Without giving too much away, Obsidian tells the story of a teenaged girl named… Continue reading Did you say ALIENS?