I can't be the only one here who loves a book that makes them cry. If you're like me and agree that the more heartbreaking the better, here are my recommendations.
It may be late, but I've actually managed to read a lot of books this month. Here's what I thought of them.
Finally, the day has come: the book that's been sitting on my shelf for what feels like forever, that countless friends have recommended to me over the last couple of years, has finally been conquered. I've finished The Name of the Wind.
And even after years of anticipation, it did not disappoint in the slightest...
In my first Top 5 Wednesday for several months, I present my reading resolutions for 2018.
My spoiler-free review of 'The Tethered Mage' by Melissa Caruso, a new fantasy series set in a world where magic is tightly controlled and wielded by a powerful Empire.
I wrap-up this month's reads, including an epic fantasy conclusion, a non-fiction from Lena Dunham, a YA fantasy inspired by Harry Potter and fanfiction, and a classic.
“Remember with your heart. Go back, go back and go back. The skies of this world were always meant to have dragons."
If you thought I had some mixed feelings about 'A Court of Thorns and Roses', just you wait to hear what I thought of the sequel.
“Being a seasoned Londoner, Martin gave the body the "London once-over" - a quick glance to determine whether this was a drunk, a crazy or a human being in distress. The fact that it was entirely possible for someone to be all three simultaneously is why good-Samaritanism in London is considered an extreme sport - like base jumping or crocodile wrestling.”
Here's my spoiler-free review of V. E. Schwab's 'Monsters of Verity' duology!