Book Review: An Enchantment of Ravents

Are you tired of all the abusive relationships in YA and the stupid stereotype of faeries that have been created recently?  Then look no further than An Enchantment of Ravens for a refreshing reprieve from the over-sexualized, abusive novels of today. Isobel is an artistic prodigy with a dangerous set of clients: the sinister fair…

The Inheritance Cycle: Dragon Sizes

Welcome to my first in-depth look at The Inheritance Cycle!  Eragon and Co. by Christopher Paolini is one of my top series of all time.  It is one I have reread more than a dozen times as well as taken copious amount of notes and studied religiously (I have an obsession; it’s OK).   This…

Book Review: Ally

Ally was a wonderful conclusion to Nemesis, and I loved how everything was wrapped up so perfectly. Princess Sepora of Serubel and King Tarik of Theoria have formed an uneasy truce between their kingdoms since the deadly plague began to rip through Theoria. Since their feelings for each other are entangled in politics and power,…

Book Review: My Lady Jane

“The time has come,” the Walrus said, “To talk of man things.  Of shoes and ships and ceiling wax and My Lady Jane.” That’s a direct quote from the uncut version of Alice in Wonderland, by the way.  I’m diving right into this review.  Most likely will contain spoilers. At sixteen, Lady Jane Grey is…

Book Review: Queens of Fennbirn

I bought this because it’s Three Dark Crowns and I need a fix until book three comes out.  I really didn’t expect myself to like the short stories at all. Together in print for the first time in this paperback bind-up, the dazzling prequels to the Three Dark Crowns series are finally available for fans…

Book Review: An Ember in the Ashes

I’m not sure what made this book not as great for me, but I don’t see why it’s so hyped, and I feel awful about it. Laia is a slave. Elias is a soldier. Neither is free. Under the Martial Empire, defiance is met with death. Those who do not vow their blood and bodies…

Avatar the Last Airbender: The Promise Book Review

This graphic novel mini series is, to my knowledge, the first of the comics to be written.  It takes place after the third season and starts to build on some of the questions the ending of season 3 left.  This review will cover all three volumes of The Promise. Aang and friends must join together…

March Wrap-Up

This month improved so much over February, I almost cried, though the Avatar comics are starting to be more meh. Avatar the Last Airbender: Smoke and Shadow Parts 1-3 by Michael Dante DiMartino and Co. I enjoyed this miniseries immensely because of the power struggles in the Avatar world that it showed (specifically with Fire Nation colonies). …

Book Review: The Wayfarer Redemption

Jessi (@novelheartbeat on Instagram) mentioned how The Wayfarer Redemption is one of her favorite series of all time. I looked it up, liked the premise, and happened to find the books in my library system. I am so freaking happy she recommended this to me.  It was such a breath of fresh air to read…

Book Review: Ever the Hunted

I had super mixed feelings for a lot of this book due to one reason: Cohen, but the ending sold me on this series. Seventeen-year-old Britta Flannery is at ease only in the woods with her dagger and bow. She spends her days tracking criminals alongside her father, a legendary bounty hunter—that is, until her father…