Melting Pages


I finally finished There Will Come A Darkness! I started reading this when it first came out and the only reason it took me so long to finish it is because I just haven’t wanted to read anything lately. Now that I’ve finished it though I have to say that I really enjoyed this!

I mentioned in my last book review for The Storm Crow that I had found my new favorite YA Fantasy. I didn’t think it would be this soon until I found another fantastic YA fantasy, but here we are. This book was so much fun, from the caste system to the magic and everything in between.

Title: The Storm Crow Author: Kalyn Josephson Genre: YA Fantasy Series: The Storm Crow #1 Publisher: SourceBooks Release Date: July 9th 2019 Synopsis: In the tropical kingdom of Rhodaire, magical, elemental Crows are part of every aspect of life…until the Illucian empire invades, destroying everything. That terrible night has thrown Princess Anthia into a deep depression. Her sister Caliza is busy running the kingdom after their mother’s death, but all Thia can do… Read More

This review was actually one of the most difficult ones that I’ve had to write so far, because my feelings on this book were so mixed. Plus it being the second book I’ve reviewed in my new format makes me wish I could revert back to my first few reviews where I literally wrote four or five sentences on what I liked, but I’m better than that and I need to grow… Read More

Just a little heads up before we get into this review, I’m attempting to update my review format and rating system so let me know what you think about this new review format, or if you even noticed a difference because I don’t think it will look much different, but trust me. It’s VERY different on the back end. Once I get a good feel for how I want this to work,… Read More

Sorry for posting two reviews back to back, but today I wanted to share my review for Descendant of the Crane by Joan He! I was really excited to read this book and it was so hard to find because it was sold out everywhere!

I am yet again trying to catch up on some older reviews. I like to wait for the book to really sink in before writing my reviews, but some of these I’ve waited almost too long to write reviews for!

When the information for this tour went out, I realized that the cover of The Written looked really familiar to me. Then when I went to add it to my Goodreads, I realized that I had already added it to my TBR, so I was even more excited to read and review this book for this blog tour!

Yes, this is me still trying to catch up with all the reviews I need to write for the books I’ve read recently! This time, I’m reviewing The Diviners by Libba Bray which I read in May. I ended up really enjoying this book despite my fear that I wouldn’t connect with it.

I’ve read and loved every single one of Riley Sager’s books and this one is no different! I ended up finishing this in two days which is ridiculously fast for me. I am so honored to have been able to read and review this book early through Netgalley, so thank you so much to them and the publisher for the opportunity!