A Review of Harry Potter And The Cursed Child | I really don’t know what I just read

Hello, bloggy friends. I have just finished Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Yes, that one. That script of that play that everybody and their mother has been screaming about for weeks, for months, the one that had midnight release parties and the entire Harry Potter fandom coming back- not like they ever left, really- full blown. The thing that JKR said she wasn’t really … Continue reading A Review of Harry Potter And The Cursed Child | I really don’t know what I just read

ARC Review: You Were Here by Cori McCarthy | unique in every single aspect

Ohhhhh my goodness. Oh mah goodness- I think this is the first ARC that I’ve fallen in love with this much (thanks, Netgalley and Sourcebooks!). I was not expecting to love You Were Here as much as I did! It was one of the most unique, thrilling reads I’ve had in the contemporary genre in a while. (Also, its cover is mag-ni-fi-cent. Just sayin’.) You … Continue reading ARC Review: You Were Here by Cori McCarthy | unique in every single aspect

ARC Review: Worlds of Ink and Shadow by Lena Coakley

I received this book from Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This did not affect my review in any way. Worlds of Ink and Shadow was definitely a very intriguing book and take on the Bronte siblings’ life. The book follows Charlotte, Emily, Anne, and Branwell, who are all curiously divided by their sisters’ deaths and ability to cross through to … Continue reading ARC Review: Worlds of Ink and Shadow by Lena Coakley

ARC Review: The Drosten’s Curse by A.L. Kennedy | doo wee dooooooo

The Drosten’s Curse by A.L. Kennedy

Genre: Science-Fiction

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From award-winning author A.L. Kennedy, an original Doctor Who novel featuring the beloved Fourth Doctor, as played by Tom Baker.

“I shall make you the jewel at the heart of the universe.”

Something distinctly odd is going on in Arbroath. It could be to do with golfers being dragged down into the bunkers at the Fetch Brothers’ Golf Spa Hotel, never to be seen again. It might be related to the strange twin grandchildren of the equally strange Mrs Fetch–owner of the hotel and fascinated with octopuses. It could be the fact that people in the surrounding area suddenly know what others are thinking, without anyone saying a word.

Whatever it is, the Doctor is most at home when faced with the distinctly odd. With the help of Fetch Brothers’ Junior Receptionist Bryony, he’ll get to the bottom of things. Just so long as he does so in time to save Bryony from quite literally losing her mind, and the entire world from destruction.

Because something huge, ancient and alien lies hidden beneath the ground and it’s starting to wake up…

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ARC Review: Darkthaw by Kate A. Boorman

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Darkthaw by Kate A. Boorman

Genre: YA

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For as long as Emmeline can remember, she’s longed to leave the isolated world of the settlement and explore the wilderness that calls to her in her dreams. And now that the Council has fallen, she will finally, finally get that chance. With First Peoples guide Matisa at her side, Emmeline rallies a brave group to join her on her quest into the unknown, including her beloved Kane and his two younger brothers.

But the journey soon proves far more dangerous than Emmeline anticipated—with warring clans, slavers, colonists, disease, and natural disasters seemingly at every turn. After putting so many lives in danger, she starts to doubt everything she once knew. Did she make the right choice to leave the settlement—and can her relationship with Kane survive the ordeal? Matisa insists that to set things right and to fight the evil that is bringing all this danger and turmoil to the forest, Emmeline must journey to Matisa’s people—even if that means leaving Kane behind.

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Review: Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Abertalli| oreos, boys, and wonderfulness

Okay, guys, I might have a bit of a problem. As I’m writing this post, it is July 9 (crazy pre-scheduling yeah) and I bought it five days ago. Since then, I have read it three times. I think I’m in love. ❤ (links to goodreads, no spoilers until warning)

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