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Review: Darkdawn

Posted 10th November 2019
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Review: Darkdawn

I finished Godsgrave in May this year. Oh man, I was furious with Jay when I finished it. I wanted to throw a tantrum for that cliffhanger ending. So quite clearly I was counting down the days until I could read Darkdawn. If you are reading this then you are […]

Review: Cress

Posted 3rd September 2019
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Review: Cress

This is the third book in the Lunar Chronicles. Cress was first introduced in book one when she warns Cinder of Levana’s plan for Emperor Kai but this book is her story. Cress has been imprisoned on a satellite for most of her life. Our reimagined Rapunzel is a little […]

Review: Scarlet

Posted 11th August 2019
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Review: Scarlet

After I devoured Cinder I jumped straight into Scarlet. I am a sucker for retellings and this series does it so well. Marissa puts her own twist on these much-loved classic stories. These are not your damsels in distress let me tell you. These girls are kicking ass and fighting […]

Review: Cinder

Posted 19th July 2019
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Review: Cinder

I love a retelling and I have heard lots about this series. Thankfully this did not disappoint. This book is set in the future, in New Beijing. A fourth world war has happened and we are now in peace times, well at least between the countries on Earth. Yes not […]

Review: Aurora Rising

Posted 17th July 2019
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Review: Aurora Rising

I read the Illuminae series last year and I LOVED it. Like literally LOVED IT. So naturally, I have been excited about this book since it was first announced. I managed to get this beautiful Illumicrate version. It’s a real stunner and has matching pink sprayed edges! This book has […]

Review: Finale

Posted 9th July 2019
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Review: Finale

I recently caught up on this series after hearing people rave about it. I quickly got caught up in the magic of this world. The first book was from Scarlett’s POV and the second from Tella’s. This third one switches POV from chapter to chapter. I love books with multiple […]