December 2021: Good heavens this has been in my drafts since August of 2020. Uh…if you ever wanted to know my thoughts on this book here they are? 15 months later? Hi friends! I’m here with a mini-review of an … Continue reading Murderbot: All Systems Red Mini-Review!
I had really high expectations for this book and well, this is going to be a bit of an awkward review. But hey, things could be worse! One of the most twisty, surprising, engaging page-turner YAs you’ll read this year—We Were Liars meets Black Mirror, with a dash of Studio Ghibli. Cee has been trapped on an abandoned island for three years without any recollection of how she arrived, or memories from her life prior. All she knows is that somewhere out there, beyond the horizon, she has a sister named Kay, and it’s up to Cee to cross the ocean and … Continue reading the ones we’re meant to find mini-review! // it’s not you, it’s me
Hi friends! I’m here to share my mini-review of a poetry collection that’s honestly been on my TBR for far too long. Milk and honey’ is a collection of poetry and prose about survival. About the experience of violence, abuse, … Continue reading mini review: milk and honey by rupi kaur
Hi friends! I made it to the fourth book in the Wayward Children series, and well, I do have thoughts. As always with this series, I’d recommend reading the first book before any of the others! This fourth entry and … Continue reading in an absent dream mini-review! // a goblin market with a twist
Hi friends! Today, I’m here to give a mini-review of a poetry collection! A huge thank-you to the publisher for providing this in exchange for an honest review! the poetry is lush, rich, and brimming with almost ethereal prose. I … Continue reading in the dark, soft earth mini-review! // a poetry collection
Hi friends! I’m here to share my review of an extremely famous classic. I literally don’t have much to say, because this was just so freaking enjoyable! First of all, Alice in Wonderland was one of my favorite childhood movies. … Continue reading Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland Mini-Review! // pure nonsense and i love it
Hi friends! I’ve uh…been gone for a while. That was due to a huge blogging/reading slump that also combined with school and left me drowning like a fish out of water. But I’m here today to share my reviews on two books I SHOULD have released months ago so go me! Thank you to HarperTeen and Freeform for e-ARCS through Edelweiss in exchange for honest reviews! One sentence summary: Feminist Robin Hood retelling where Robin Hood dies and Maid Marian must take his place. I absolutely adored Meagan Spooner’s writing style! It’s effortlessly atmospheric, yet isn’t filled with needless descriptions. … Continue reading Mini Reviews: The Overdue ARC edition… | yes i really am this bad
Hi friends! This is truly going to be a short review but I hope you enjoy! I’d highly recommend this if you’re wanting to get into classics!! For me, I generally don’t like them but maybe it’s because school hates … Continue reading The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Mini-Review! | A New Favorite Classic???
Hi friends! I have a mini-review for you today. Because school books. 3/5 Huskies Two Sentence Synopsis Buck is a dog. Buck gets put into the wild with sled people. My Thoughts It was actually quite violent which I was rather surprised by. It definitely added an element of suspense since you never knew who would wind up dead. I felt like the end and the beginning lagged quite a bit but for some reason the middle was relatively entertaining. Somewhat. There were some interesting themes of justice and society, very thought-provoking. So that’s it! This is short but … Continue reading The Call of the Wild Mini-Review |Well, I Wasn’t Expecting That…