We all love the Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer, and in this stand alone book, she works her fairytale magic again. In this amazing Alice in Wonderland prequel, we see how the Queen of Hearts became so heartless. Synopsis Long before Alice fell down the rabbit hole...And before the roses were painted red...The Queen of … Continue reading Heartless Review
It is not uncommon for us in this book loving community to always be looking forward to new books and future releases, but sometime I think we forget the great books that have already been published that we have not read yet, or books that we have read once and probably should read again. To … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Cinder Review
As I continue my research into minimalism, I decided to read another one of the minimalist's books, this one is a how to, where as the first one (read the review here) is a why to. Synopsis Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life is our finest, most important creation to date. It’s also the best thing we’ve … Continue reading Minimalism: Live a Meaningful Life Review
I am so lucky to be selected to be a stop on the blog tour for Collection of the Negatives by Violet St. Karl, hosted by Reads and Reels. For my stop, I'll be reviewing the book, and giving you a chance to win a copy as well as a home blood typing kit!
Continuing on with my series of reviewing samplers, today I am reviewing The Sisters of the Winter Wood by Rena Rossner. Title: The Sister of the Winter Wood Author: Rena Rossner Publication Date: 25th September 2018 Synopsis In a remote village surrounded by the forests on the border of Moldova and Ukraine, sister Liba and … Continue reading The Sisters of the Winter Wood: Sampler Saturday
I was fortunate to get a review copy of Welcome To Dystopia from OR Books through NetGalley. It is a collection of 45 short stories based on the current world, with a main focus on the Trump administration. Since 45 reviews are quite a lot, I will be splitting this into 5 reviews each of 9 stories so this will be the last review in a series.
As some of you may have noticed, in the past few years many people have become more interested in minimalism. And as much as it makes me look like a trend follower, I am too. After reading Goodbye Things by Fumio Sasaki, I wanted to read more books on the subject. Having found the Minimalists' podcast, I wanted to read one of there books, so here I am, reviewing Everything That Remains.