Every seven years, the Agon begins. As punishment for a past rebellion, nine Greek gods are forced to walk the earth as mortals, hunted by the descendants of ancient bloodlines, all eager to kill a god and seize their divine power and immortality.Long ago, Lore Perseous fled that brutal world in the wake of her … Continue reading I Read Lore and It was Not Good.
I’ve read a good deal of YA contemporary in my time. (No, I am not a fifty year old man. Yes, I just said ‘in my time’. I am chock full of multitudes. Work with me here.) I’ve read the veritable modern classic, The Perks of Being a Wallflower. I’ve read the incredibly important book, … Continue reading Alice Oseman is the Queen of YA Contemporary
Winter in Sokcho by Elisa Shua Dusapin, In Watermelon Sugar by Richard Brautigan, and Watch Over Me by Nina Lacour. No spoilers. I promise. You've read the title, you understand how far my false sense of superiority over reading fast, and being able to take in and enjoy books while reading fast is going. But … Continue reading I read 3 books in 1 day
I read a lot of books, which means I end up reading a lot of bad ones. These aren't all the bad books that I read in the last few months, but they are the absolute worst ones. The bottom of the barrel. Nothing in here is above one star. You have an awful Sarah … Continue reading The Worst Books of this Quarter [Jan, Feb, March and April]
It's 2021, y'all, but if you've came here expecting major new year, new me energy from me... I'm sorry to disappoint. New year, pretty goddamn similar me but like, with a Goodreads goal of 150 instead of 140. That's pretty much all the character development you're going to get from me. As it becomes painfully … Continue reading Wrap Up – January ’21
Ok, so this wasn't the best reading month for me. By that I mean, I read 10 books. Yeah, it's not great. I was in sort of a reading slump. Partially because I read some really bad books, partially because I read some really long books and definitely because I read books that were bad … Continue reading Wrap Up – September ’20
My first ever tag! This really is a momentous occasion. Autumn and winter are definitely my favourite seasons. The colours, the warm drinks, the extra reading time from being inside that just is already a thing because of coronavirus. Small victories? Anyway, this tag was created by Tall Tales over on YouTube. 1. In fall, … Continue reading Finally Fall Book Tag
Somehow, amidst a global pandemic and the strange experience of virtual school, I've managed to keep up that pesky little reading and book buying habit. Am I surprised? No, not really. I'd probably manage to keep reading during the zombie apocalypse (I mean, if you think about it we're technically in the middle of an … Continue reading Wrap Up – August’ 20