tw: child neglect/abuse (mentioned but not shown on page) Well, I am disappointed. I really loved the Mistborn trilogy or the first three books, since this is the fourth book in the series. Sazed was my guy and needed to be protected at all costs. Vin was the star of the book with her exceptional … More book review: the alloy of law (#1 of the Mistborn: The Alloy of Law series)
In my 2 (two) star shelf, there are 8 (eight) books there. Since I have started Goodreads, I have read 288 books. Now to only have eight books out of 288 be two stars isn’t shabby. That is some percentage that I don’t feel like doing right now. My three star shelf is different. It … More discussion post: books I want to give a second chance
Yes, I am the Queen of vague titles. Click bait at it’s finest, yeah? Anyway. I am writing this post because I need your help, friends! My hometown is having their annual fair in July. They have a lot of contests such as livestock and quitmaking, but one is particular I want to join and … More help me decide?
The actual total amount of stars is 3.69. I added all the stars that could be obtained and divided it by 13 to get an average. I will be the first to admit: I don’t like villains/anti heros. I can’t understand the obsession with the Darkling (he’s a creepy dude with manipulative tendencies), I’m iffy on my … More book review: because you love to hate me
tw: sexism, homophobia, anti semitism, use of the word f**got I did it! I read the book that is based on one of my boyfriend’s favorite movies. Holy cow, do I feel proud of myself. That being said, this was…certainly a different book and I have some thoughts. Okay, maybe I have been spoiled by demon … More book review: the exorcist
A special thank you goes out to Entangled Teen and Netgalley for allowing me to read this eARC. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I read this as part of the Goodreads Inspired Read-a-thon. The challenge was pick a book because the cover is totally a beauty or just your aesthetic. I adore simplicity covers with … More arc review: infinity (the infinity division #1)
This was read as part of the Goodreads Inspired Read-a-thon. The challenge was pick a book with a title that either fascinates you or you find completely absurd. I picked this book for that challenge because I was fascinated with the title. What an absolutely beautiful short story! This would make such an excellent full length … More book review: the witch sea