This week's Top Five Tuesday from Bionic Book Worm is about books that didn't turn out great and now I'm devastated. I tend to...form unhealthily obsessions invest in books, then when they break my heart??????? IT'S TOO MUCH. Here are the top five in recent history that I felt strongly disappointed in. 1. The Seven Deaths of … Continue reading Top Five Books That Didn’t Live Up to the Hype ft. Crushing Disappointment
I was tagged by Kelly from Another Book in the Wall and I'm still in shock that it's mid year??????? I've very prone to freaking out, it's definitely my thing. But I'm trying to remain calm and Vulcan and take this whole "change" thing in stride. That's the mature thing to do. And I want … Continue reading A List of My Favorite Books in 2018 thus far!!! (Mid Year Freak Out Tag)
"Isle of Blood and Stone" by Makiia Lucier Pg. Count: 400 pgs Genre: YA Fantasy Pub. April 10th 2018 HMH Books for Young Readers Plot: "How can I look at these maps, see this riddle, and do nothing? They are my brothers." Nineteen-year-old Elias is a royal explorer, a skilled mapmaker, and the … Continue reading “Isle of Blood and Stone” Blog Tour (just one tiny sad star)
This top 10 tuesday @ that artsy reader girl was terrible to do at first, to just realize the spark was dead between me and these books. BOOK FEELINGS WERE definitely HURT. But I'm a mood reader so it was also very liberating.|no book was entirely safe| & also I am extremely grateful and excited … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday/ books I’m forsaking because I’m unpleasant + 300 followers???
Rating: 3/5 stars My emotions are a blending machine when it comes to John Green; this book is confirmation. My problem in Looking for Alaska & this book is that there are moments when he has INCREDIBLE insight and beauty, and then there are moments I totally reject his message. Not that I'm automatically against … Continue reading Turtles All the Way Down by John Green
Rating: 4/5 stars Genre: Psychological/ Philosophical Fiction (and international cult favorite.)This book was EXTREMELY imaginative. From the characters, to their lifestyles, to a club of professionals who teach you how to commit suicide (in a university setting!) it was like setting was someone's hallucination rather than physical France."] this GIF has been so useful lately. … Continue reading Last book review of the year!!/ How I Became Stupid by Martin Page
Rating: 3/5 stars Genre: Classic Romantic Adventure (Pub. 1921) Synopsis: A young lawyer during the French Revolution sets off to avenge his BFF's murder. He ends up on a journey of self-discovery. The first 40 pages (up to chapter five) of this book are AMAZING (even though the rest is just OK). Honestly, I only … Continue reading Book Review/ Scaramouche by Rafael Sabatini
Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas Rating: 2/5 stars Recently I took a leap of faith into the sweet (yet slightly demented) arms of Tumblr and read the book that kept popping up on my screen-- Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas. As a veteran fan of Sarah’s other books, I was expecting … Continue reading Throne of Glass Book Review. Why Sarah, Why?