Tag: Book Review

  • Magnolia Parks: The Long Way Home by Jessa Hastings

    This book pleasantly surprised me. Is it still a dumpster fire? Yes absolutely. Did I still love it? 100% would reread it.

  • Magnolia Parks by Jessa Hastings

    Magnolia Parks is a dumpster fire, trash book that I couldn’t put down and am somehow obsessed with. It’s toxic yet intoxicating

  • Bone Island: Book of Danvers by Nicole Fiorina

    Nicole Fiorina has crafted a love story for the ages. Her writing so beautiful and whimsical it puts love ballads to shame.

  • Fourth Wing by Rebecca Yarros

    It has an actual fantasy plot that has good world building, firmly establishes a dynamic magic system and includes amazing characters with tremendous growth and development.

  • Beach Read by Emily Henry

    Beach Read by Emily Henry

    Beach Read is a great book that didn’t fall short of the amazing story I’ve come to expect from Henry.

  • The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake

    The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake

    While I wouldn’t necessary recommend it, I did thoroughly enjoy it. It captivated my attention with not only the science behind it but the dynamic relationships of the group.

  • Love and Other Words by Christina Lauren

    Christina Lauren’s books are very hit or miss for me. I either love them or wish I hadn’t wasted my time on them. This one though I really enjoyed.

  • The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

    The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw

    The Wicked Deep was this beautiful and eerily dark yet utterly atmospheric book about loss, injustice and love. It was beautifully written and so captivating with pieces of magic woven throughout it.

  • Wild is the Witch by Rachel Griffin

    If The Nature of Witches was a story that slowly crept into my soul, then Wild is the Witch is one that struck me like lighting.

  • Daisy Darker by Alice Feeney

    Daisy Darker by Alice Feeney

    The lengths these people went to cover their own secrets was insane. If you’re looking for a mystery with a dash of thriller and a lot of characterization this is definitely the book for you.

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