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REVIEW: The Sunrise, Victoria Hislop

I have loved Victoria Hislops writing ever since The Island took the literary world by storm in 2005. Hislop takes on lesser known historical narratives and locations and uses loveable and realistic characters to draw the reader into the history. 338 more words


His skin, Jade | The Petrified Flesh | A Review

The first thing that drew me to the book was of course, the cover. If you haven’t read my blog before, you wouldn’t know that the covers are definitely a reason as to why I choose a book. 325 more words


The Goldfinch

It’s refreshing to read a book narrated by a not-in-any-way-heroic person. Potter is real. He has faults and he makes mistakes. I didn’t know what I was stepping into when I picked up Donna Tartt’s The Goldfinch, but I’m glad I took the recommendation. 100 more words


Deadpool - Volume 1

31st December 2016~ Physical Copy ~ Link to Goodreads


Daniel Way’s hilarious, action-packed run begins here! When the Merc with a Mouth is hired to rub out Wolverine, sparks will fly! 388 more words

Book Nerd

I Am One of You Forever: A Review

Apparently this month is filled with guilt from past books I was supposed to read in classes but didn’t. Honestly, I can’t even remember what class this book was for but I know it was during the semester I had five literary analysis courses. 396 more words

Under the Stars | Relatively | Blog Tour

This is another blog tour in regards to the book, Relatively by Antonia Hayes.


Ethan is a bright young boy obsessed with physics and astronomy who lives with his mother, Claire. 316 more words