How hard will you fight to stay afloat when you are at the lowest rung of society and are treated as an expendable? Read my review of a breezy YA fantasy novel, The Unblessed Child, the story of Aardriyah, by R J Kaldanis.
The New year signals in new resolutions and plans. I have already planned the Book Series I want to read in 2020. Have you? Check out the Top 5 Book Series that I want to start reading in 2020.
Hi, welcome to my blog. This is a review post of the two novels I read this week: City of Bones and Beyond the Black Door. City of Bones is the 1st book from a 6 book series named The Mortal Instruments series and Beyond the Black Door is a standalone YA Dark Fantasy. I loved Beyond the Black Door and gave it 5 stars on Goodreads, actually 4.5. I’ll explain the reasoning behind that below in this post. I have mixed feelings about the City of Bones and gave it a 3.5 rating. So let’s begin with my least… Read More »City of Bones and Beyond the Black Door
Hi, Welcome to my blog. This post is partly a reading update and partly a review post in line with my December reading plans. Let’s begin with my reading update. I read 3 books this week and have started reading one more book. I struggled a little to complete the last 2 books and I am having second thoughts about my choice of books for this month. I haven’t started reading the biggest books on my TBR and that’s stressing me out a little. I realize I am not in the mood for heavy, thoughtful and sad books this month.… Read More »December Reading update and Book Review – Week 1
Hey guys, it’s time for my monthly wrap-up blog post. November, my birthday month has been quite a productive and busy month for me. I completed 9 books, 10 if I include The Last Wish which I am on the verge of completion. I am not talking about The Last Wish in this wrap up though. I do confess that most of the books I read were either Graphic Novels or in Audiobook format, so that did aid in me clearing my TBR faster. So let’s get down to the stats, shall we? 1. Aghora at the left hand of… Read More »November Wrap up