Review: Everything, Everything – Nicola Yoon

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trigger Warnings: Ableism; Ableist tropes; Child abuse; Chronic illness; Hospital; Medical procedures; Munchausen by Proxy; Needles Everything, Everything was Everything. There's no other way of putting it. After I fell in love with The Sun is Also a Star in October last year, I knew that I had to read Everything, Everything. I… Continue reading Review: Everything, Everything – Nicola Yoon


Review: Shattered – Teri Terry

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trigger Warnings: Animal cruelty; Animal death; Child abuse; Child death; Gun violence; Miscarriage As the explosive conclusion to Teri Terry's Slated trilogy, Shattered certainly did not disappoint. Action-packed and full of drama, Shattered was the most amazing ending to the Slated trilogy that I could have ever wanted. In Shattered, everything that we… Continue reading Review: Shattered – Teri Terry


Review: Fractured – Teri Terry

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trigger Warnings: Bullying; Child abuse; Child death; Confinement; Death; Gun violence; Mental illness; Rape; Sexual assault Fractured was the perfect continuation of the Slated trilogy. Packed with action, drama and suspense, this was such an enjoyable read. Fractured continues pretty much from where we're left at the end of Slated, which made the… Continue reading Review: Fractured – Teri Terry


Review: Slated – Teri Terry

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trigger Warning: Sexual Assault One of my friends recommended me this series a while ago and I'm so happy that I decided to read it! Slated was such a chilling and haunting book, as well as being so tense and so much happening in such a short space of time. The story itself… Continue reading Review: Slated – Teri Terry


The Outstanding Blogger Award!

Hello! Thank you to Ellie-Mai Blogs for nominating me! If you haven't already, I highly recommend that you check out her blog! Here's the link to Ellie-Mai's post. Rules: Have the link to the creator's original postAnswer the questions providedCreate 7 unique questionsNominate 10 other bloggers. Neither the award's creator nor the blogger that nominated… Continue reading The Outstanding Blogger Award!


Review: Rebel – Marie Lu

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trigger Warnings: Gun Violence; Murder; Kidnapping; Knife violence; Rebellion themes; Stabbing; War themes After I finished the Legend trilogy last year, I really wanted to know what would happen next - I had so many questions about what would happen, and if everything would continue the way that it was. Rebel answered all… Continue reading Review: Rebel – Marie Lu


Tag: Get to Know the Fantasy Reader Book Tag

Thank you to Meg's Magical Musings for tagging me in this post! Here is the link to Meg's answers to this tag post. This tag was originally created by Bree Hill. Rules: …there aren’t any rules….but…Make sure you give credit to the original creators of this tagIf you so please, pingback to the post you… Continue reading Tag: Get to Know the Fantasy Reader Book Tag


Review: When We Collided – Emery Lord

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trigger Warnings: Absent parent; Bipolar disorder; Car accident (mentioned); Death of a parent; Depression; Heart attack; Self-harm; Psychiatric hospitalisation I recieved When We Collided for Christmas, and it was the perfect book to round off my reading in 2020. When We Collided covers many aspects of mental health, which I feel is really… Continue reading Review: When We Collided – Emery Lord

Monthly TBR

February 2021 TBR!

Hello! This year, I'm aiming to read 3 books a month, so that I can achieve my goal of 36 books in 2021! I've never really planned my next books in advance, apart from knowing what my next book will be during the last 100 pages of my current read, to motivate me even more!… Continue reading February 2021 TBR!

Monthly Wrap-Up

Monthly Wrap-Up: January 2021 Books

In January 2020, I read 5 books, which puts me two books ahead of my schedule for this year. At the start of this month, I set myself the target of reading 3 books - Rebel by Marie Lu; Slated by Teri Terry and Fractured by Teri Terry. It turns out that not only did… Continue reading Monthly Wrap-Up: January 2021 Books