{Book Review} A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab

After at least a dozen of my fellow bookstagrammers recommended that I start this series in the past year, I finally took the plunge last month, and boy, am I glad that I did. I was expecting this first book to be your run-of-the-mill introductory book to the world of Antari and colorful Londons, but…

{Book Review} “The Censor’s Hand” by A. M. Steiner

Are you ready to embark on an adventure filled with magical conspiracies and mystery? Because The Censor’s Hand by A. M. Steiner will take you on that adventure and introduce to a uniquely crafted world of fantasy and magic. The story revolves around three main characters, Daniel, Jon, and Miranda, as they attempt to navigate…

{Book Review} “Useless Joyce” by Tim Conley | Scribbledehobble!

When I first saw the title, Useless Joyce by Tim Conley, I thought “Who is this person, calling my beloved Joycey useless?!” If you know me or my blog or my Bookstagram or my tattoos or my shelves, you’ll know that I’m obsessed with James Joyce. The often misunderstood and even-more-often infamous Irish author is…

“Mary Darling” by L.M. D’Mello

From the title, I assumed this book was tangentially related to Wendy Darling (I guess it was the name?), but I was wrong. Although it had a cute premise, a lot of things were somewhat irritating throughout the story. Serves me right for judging a book by its cover! I wasn’t sure who was narrating,…

{Book Review} The History of Bees by Maja Lunde

Thank you to Simon & Schuster UK for sending me this book in exchange for an honest review. That in no way influences my review, as I liked some aspects and disliked others, and what follows is an honest review of this novel. Spoiler-free summary: Maja Lunde takes us on a journey through time in…

{Book Review} “Get the Hell over It” by Sarah Beth Moore

Okay, I am about to share a secret with you guys. I love self-help and self-improvement books, especially ones about embracing your creativity, getting over your fears, being your β€œbest self”, and all that jazz. So, the book I am about to tell you about is more than that, 1) because it’s written by one…