Book Review: And I Darken

https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/ https://www.harpersbazaar.com/culture/politics/a32870451/how-to-help-black-trans-lives-donate/ Author: Kiersten WhitePage Count: 475 pagesFormat: Library HardcoverGenre: YA fantasy Review After hearing about this book for what seems like an eternity, I finally decided to pick it up. And in general… It was good, but it could’ve been better. So, I know this has a strong historical context since this is a … More Book Review: And I Darken

May Wrap Up

Hi guys! May has ended so its time for a wrap up. So, let’s go. May Wrap Up Lumberjanes Vol. 1 by Noelle Stevenson May 4, 2020 – May 5, 2020 I really enjoyed this. I think it was fun, and a really quick read. I’m not someone who reads a lot of graphic novels, … More May Wrap Up

Book Review: Everything My Mother Taught Me

Author: Alice HoffmanPages Count: 24 pagesFormat: Kindle BookGenre: Short Story Synopsis In early 1900s Massachusetts, Adeline moves to an island off the tip of Cape Ann alongside her mother who agreed to be a housekeeper at a lighthouse. Vowing to never speak again, Adeline watches as her mother tears a family apart. However, Adeline’s silence … More Book Review: Everything My Mother Taught Me

Book Review: Be More Vader: Assertive Thinking from the Dark Side

Author: Christian BlauveltPage Count: 64 pagesFormat: Hardcover Synopsis: In a galaxy far, far away Darth Vader was a successful business man. Be More Vader is a self-help book on how to be successful in the workplace. By using scenarios and quotes from Star Wars, it gives simple tips on how to make an impression from … More Book Review: Be More Vader: Assertive Thinking from the Dark Side

Book Review: The Beautiful by Renee Ahdieh

Author: Renee AhdiehPages: 448Format: Kindle Synopsis Celine Rousseau finds herself in a convent in New Orleans after a tragic, and mysterious event have her driven out of France. Trying to fit into proper society takes a turn for the worse when Celine gets involved with mysterious, and dangerous Le Cour des Lions and their leader, … More Book Review: The Beautiful by Renee Ahdieh

Book Review: Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo

Author: Leigh BardugoPages: 458Format: Hardback (Before we start the review, here are some of the trigger warnings) TW: occult, child rape, gore, victim blaming, eating human waste, bullying, sexual assault, blackmail via video of social act, religious beings. Review This book is probably one of my favorite of the 2019, yet it is not one … More Book Review: Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo

3 Short Reviews: Manga

3 SHORT REVIEWS: MANGA #1 Fruits Basket – Collector’s Edition Total Volumes: 12 volumes totalStatus: Finished read Synopsis: Fruits Basket follows the main character of Tohru Honda as she tries to graduate high school after her mother’s death. When her grandfather’s house is up for renovation, Tohru attempts to live in a tent until the … More 3 Short Reviews: Manga

“In-Depth Review”: Heir of Fire (I’m confused, someone explain)

THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! DISCLAIMER: I haven’t read this book series in over five years (however long Crown of Midnight have been out). I read this for fun and fun only. I don’t mean this as an attack on the Sarah J. Maas as an author or anything in that vein. … More “In-Depth Review”: Heir of Fire (I’m confused, someone explain)