Book Review: Empire of Storms

I remember vividly when I said this book was going to be the one to look forward to and I am so so glad I wasn’t proved wrong. Sarah J Maas has once again proved that she is a writing force and I love her for it even succeeding in making me love things I don’t normally care for. And I have noticed that she takes pleasure in surprising us just like a certain bitch-queen we know. Continue reading “Book Review: Empire of Storms”

Book Review: A Torch against the Night

So continues the story of Elias and Laia, to be honest, I don’t exactly know what to say about the book because I can’t quite decide how I feel yet. I can say I’m a little bit perplexed though since it seems that the book is suffering from second book syndrome and the fact that I enjoyed An Ember in the Ashes so much made the blow a lot worse than I could take. I know others might not feel the same but I do and I mean really do!!!!!!! Continue reading “Book Review: A Torch against the Night”

Things we hate to see in books

Everyone talks about what is great about the books they love and how wonderfully well the author wrote them and sometimes complain about the books individually but rarely will you find someone say this what I hate in general. We all know that we don’t like certain books and when we are assembling our TBRs, we tend to gravitate towards those that meet our tastes and leave the others even when they are in the same genre or written by the same author. Continue reading “Things we hate to see in books”

How does reading make you feel?

I have been asked many times why I read a lot and why it feels too much like an addiction and lately, I feel like it is. But despite this feeling, I will not give it up for anything because it feels too good to give up and how does it feel you ask?

I joined a book addicts group a couple of months ago and I asked my friends in the group how it feels like for them and here is what they have to say about it so you don’t think I’m the only crazy person in the world. Continue reading “How does reading make you feel?”

Book Review: Crystal Crowned(Air Awakens series)

How my heart saddens that this wonderful story has finally come to an end! I wish I could continue delving into the Solaris empire if only to know how my favorite band of people are moving on with their lives.

I got my hands on an ARC of this book and I will tell anyone who doesn’t have this book on their TBR to go add it now because Elisa Kova delivered on what she has promised. The suffering, the loss, the obsession and many more was rewarded in many folds and I will tell you to buy this book.  Continue reading “Book Review: Crystal Crowned(Air Awakens series)”

Book Review: The Queen’s Poisoner(Kingfountain Trilogy)

Where do I begin with this book? This is the first time I’m reading something by Jeff Wheeler and colour me “impressed”. This is a perfect example of a book that sneaks up on you and takes a hold of your thoughts and much more. Although I will not say its perfect in its entirety but I will say it is definitely a step up from all the other books I have read and I am glad for it.

This is a story about a boy who learns the harsh nature of court and its very cunning politics and how said boy learnt very quickly to make the right friends and earn the trust of a king. Continue reading “Book Review: The Queen’s Poisoner(Kingfountain Trilogy)”

Book Review: Rise (Order of the Krigers) by Jennifer Anne Davis

To say I had been waiting for this book would be a gross understatement. After reading her True Reign Series, I wrote to Jennifer about how much I loved the series, she wrote back and told me about this book and that it won’t take that long to wait for the sequels.

Kaia’s story is actually a very fascinating story with lots of mysteries attached to it that you would want to jump right in. Which is very good for a writer because it gets readers attached to your book pretty quick especially with that very mysterious prologue but what are my thoughts on the book? Continue reading “Book Review: Rise (Order of the Krigers) by Jennifer Anne Davis”