Boredom Can Be a Very Sharp Sword

Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard My rating: 2 of 5 stars If I am a sword, I am a sword made of glass, and I feel myself beginning to shatter. Honestly, I would have enjoyed this book if it had been less than 440 pages. 300 pages would've sufficed. A lot of things do happen… Continue reading Boredom Can Be a Very Sharp Sword


A Graceful Critique of Infuriating Misogyny

Grace and Fury by Tracy Banghart My rating: 3 of 5 stars Thank you, Hachette Book Group, for giving me a finished copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. In Viridia, women were oppressed because men were afraid of them. In my honest opinion, Grace and Fury is the love child of… Continue reading A Graceful Critique of Infuriating Misogyny

Crows Are Not Better than Roses

Lost Crow Conspiracy by Rosalyn Eves My rating: 3.75 of 5 stars Thank you, Penguin Random House, for giving me an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. You think because I am a girl, I am weak. Because I speak for those who are given no voice here, my voice should… Continue reading Crows Are Not Better than Roses

Please Don’t Crucify Me

Warcross by Marie Lu My rating: 3 of 5 stars I read this book as a participant in a blog tour hosted by The Royal Polar Bear Reads. Special thanks to the publisher for giving me pre-approved access to an e-galley of this book on Edelweiss. Everything is science fiction until someone makes it science… Continue reading Please Don’t Crucify Me

Q & A with Rosalyn Eves

Last month, I had the pleasure of reading Blood Rose Rebellion by Rosalyn Eves. It turned out to be one of the most refreshing and enlightening novels I have read this year. If you want to know more about this debut novel, feel free to check out my review. BRB has been on sale since March 28, and I hope… Continue reading Q & A with Rosalyn Eves

Roses, Revolutions, and Royal Problems

Blood Rose Rebellion by Rosalyn Eves My rating: 4 of 5 stars Thank you, Penguin Random House, for sending me an ARC of this book (all the way from New York) in exchange for an honest review. I was different. I could choose to see it as a gift. I could embrace my own power.… Continue reading Roses, Revolutions, and Royal Problems

Second Chances

Gilded Cage by Vic James My rating: 3 of 5 stars Actual Rating: 3.5 I love it when people aren't who they seem. It makes life so much more exciting, don't you think? —Silyen Parva-Jardine I first read Gilded Cage as an e-ARC given by Pan Macmillan. Essentially, I gave it two stars because it… Continue reading Second Chances

An Elite Misunderstanding

The Elite by Kiera Cass My rating: 3 of 5 stars Warning: Major Spoilers Ahead In this sequel to the beloved (or hated) The Selection, America became quite an annoying character. I've been team Maxerica from the start, so I despised how she kept on using Aspen as her safety net. Her love for both… Continue reading An Elite Misunderstanding

Joey Graceffa: Our New Big Brother

Children of Eden by Joey Graceffa My rating: 3 of 5 stars Warning: this review is going to be very nerdy. Read at your own risk. I am the shameful second child who never should have come into this world at all. —Rowan It's an undeniable truth that dystopian novels have lost their popularity nowadays.… Continue reading Joey Graceffa: Our New Big Brother