Review~ The Storyteller by Antonia Michaelis

» 31 May, 2013 » Reviews » 10 comments

Review~ The Storyteller by Antonia Michaelis

Review I have no words. This book was not on my radar. At all. I saw it at the library, was intrigued, so I took it home. I’m not gonna lie; there were several times when I almost called it quits. I don’t even know why I continued. I just did. A part of me is glad I finished; because this wasn’t AT ALL what I was expecting. And the […]

Review~ Runes by Ednah Walters

» 5 May, 2013 » Reviews » 9 comments

Review~ Runes by Ednah Walters

Review Have you ever read a book so incredibly frustrating, it’s difficult to determine whether or not you liked it or didn’t? Where there were several things you REALLY did like but there was ONE thing you didn’t and it holds you back? One of those books where you have to chant “DON’T THROW THE KINDLE!” over and over again? For me, Runes is that book. This is well written […]

Review~ The Waiting Sky by Lara Zielin

» 25 April, 2013 » Reviews » 3 comments

Review~ The Waiting Sky by Lara Zielin

Review I’ve had it on my list to read for awhile now and I’m not even sure what initially drew it to my attention. The promise of awesome storms? The promise of a journey to change your life? Regardless, I’m glad I picked it up. Having grown up in the Northwest, tornadoes were a fascinating, yet distant, concept to me. I knew they happened, that they were scary, did some nasty damage […]

Blog Tour~ Born in Flames by Candace Knoebel (Review+Giveaway)

» 22 April, 2013 » Promos, Reviews » 5 comments

Blog Tour~ Born in Flames by Candace Knoebel (Review+Giveaway)

Born in Flames (Born in Flames Trilogy #1) Candace Knoebel Published September 6th 2012 by 48fourteen 259 pages   AMAZON/B&N/KOBO/GOODREADS Red mirrored scales race up my arms as the haze of pain blurs my vision. My bones crack, breaking to realign. I scream. It is then that the realization of my unavoidable fate sinks in; I am of a dying race. I am dragon.  Aurora Megalos, orphaned and teetering on the […]

Review~ The Tower (Deck of Lies #2) by Jade Varden

» 19 April, 2013 » Reviews » 1 comment

Review~ The Tower (Deck of Lies #2) by Jade Varden

A copy was provided in exchange for an honest review Review   After reading Justice (Deck of Lies #1), I was completely blow away by the complexity of the story. The lies. The twists. The phenomenal writing that is Jade Varden. It kept me completely engrossed and hanging on until the very end. The Tower has all that, plus more. It was even better than it’s predecessor. I was completely blown away. Ten fold. […]

Review~ Reached by Ally Condie

» 10 April, 2013 » Reviews » 7 comments

Review~ Reached by Ally Condie

Review Oy. I did it again y’all. I have added yet another book to my “disappoints list”.  There is so much I disliked about this book, it’s unreal. I could go on and on and on. Rest assured, I am going to try and keep this as short and as classy as I can. To start; I was wholly confused for the first 1/3 of the book. Admittedly, this is all me; since […]

Review~ Demon Kissed by H.M. Ward

» 21 March, 2013 » Reviews » 1 comment

Review~ Demon Kissed by H.M. Ward

Yes. You saw it right. 1 star. It seems that lately I have been constantly adding books to my “Disappointments list”. This one is no exception. To be frank, its vying for one of the top ten slots. I made it to 61% (not exactly sure what page that is) before I finally called it quits.  The Goodreads blurb I pasted up there makes this book sound interesting, yes? And it is- to a […]

Review~ The Alchemy of Forever by Avery Williams

» 11 March, 2013 » Reviews » 1 comment

Review~ The Alchemy of Forever by Avery Williams

Review  The whole idea of reincarnation completely fascinates me. I was excited to read this book so imagine my glee when I found it on the bargain shelf at my local book store. The premise of the plot was intriguing and the whole concept on how the incarnates were created was different; the use of Alchemy. And actually taking over a live body vs coming back after dying. Sadly though, that was the only thing I really liked about […]