Review

The Kiss of Deception

Kiss of Deception is yet another example of a book being ruined by a superficial and underdeveloped love triangle. It really is a shame because, in all regards except for the romance, The Kiss of Deception is a relatively decent and enjoyable read otherwise. Princess Lea is to be betrothed to a complete stranger, so… Read More The Kiss of Deception

Review

I Dreamed a Dream…

At nearly 1,500 pages, it is no easy feat to read through Les Misérables. Yet, it is undoubtedly one of the most rewarding reading experiences you’ll have, as this is one of the rare stories that truly has the ability to make you see the world in a different way. Throughout the story, Victor Hugo… Read More I Dreamed a Dream…

Review

Heir of Fire

There is so much hype around Sarah J Maas and so much love for her books, but for some reason I never enjoy her books as much as everyone else seems to. Heir of Fire is no exception. If you remember, Crown of Midnight ends with Chaol sending Celaena to Wendelyn – the only place… Read More Heir of Fire

Review

Sekret

Did not finish; read 68 pages. Whenever I pick up a historical fiction novel, it’s usually about World War II or the Holocaust. But when I first heard of Lindsay Smith’s Sekret – a novel about Cold War – era Russia with a paranormal twist – I was intrigued, and I couldn’t help but give… Read More Sekret

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Salvage

Salvage was one of my more anticipated novels of 2014, and it’s a shame that it didn’t work for me as much as I wanted / expected it to. Ava lives on the spaceship Parastrata, where women have limited rights and not much freedom. When Ava meets a fellow passenger, Luck, the unexpected happens and… Read More Salvage