October wrap up

Good morning! Today my post is my October wrap up. This month i read 8 books which isn’t so good for me. My favourites were six of crows, the Mermaid and Red Queen! Each book has amazing characters and the storylines are my favourite. I loved Fawkes for its historical plot.


🐱 Fawkes : 5/5 stars 🌟

🐱Ps I still love you: 4/5 stars 🌟

🐱 Are we all lemmings and snowflakes : 3.5/5 stars 🌟

🐱Scrapbook of an unfound songstress : 3.5/5 stars 🌟

🐱Six of crows : 5/5 stars 🌟

🐱Roseblood: 4/5 stars 🌟

🐱 The Mermaid : 4/5 stars 🌟

🐱 Red Queen : 5/5 stars 🌟

I got quite a few hyped up reads done this month which I’m proud of finally getting through them at last!


Six of crows collectors edition

Hello! Long time no post! Sorry ive been super busy and haven’t had time to post anything the last few weeks.

Onto today’s post –

I love a map , I think they just give that little bit extra to the story and help you to visualise the worlds better. This one is stunning and red!
I do love a collectors edition and the Six of Crows one is so beautiful! It has all the extras too, look at the sprayed edges and red foil! I love the no mourners no funerals quote on the back also.
And the fact that we have character art for each of our favourite Dregs is even better!
I’m so glad I got it. It’s easily one of the most beautiful books I own now.

Also please can we have a Crooked Kingdom collectors edition? I need them to match!

To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han

The book is about Lara Jean, the middle child of three sisters. Lara Jean and her siblings are being raised single handedly by her father, and you learn about how that has shaped the dynamic of not just her life but also that of her older sister Margot, and her younger sister Kitty.

With Margot moving away to university, it is Lara Jeans time to come into her own, to prove she can ‘do it all’, and that she is a ‘mature and refined adult’, but unfortunately for Lara Jean it all goes a little bit wrong.

The book has some real funny and gripping moments and is very believably told from the perspective of a teenager. It is well constructed and I couldn’t put it down.

This book was everything I needed and more. The characters are vivid and exciting especially Lara Jean. I think everyone who has read this has fell in love with Peter Kavinsky especially after the film on Netflix. I was surprised how different the two versions of him are.

I would recommend this book to all romance lovers, someone who would like to read something current and light-hearted.


Bring Me Their Hearts by Sara Wolf

Bring Me Their Hearts is a beautiful, vivid and deadly book that engrossed me from the beginning till the last word.

Zera is a Heartless, they are humans whose heart has been taken hostage by a witch. A witch simply has to carve out their heart and keep it in a jar to make a Heartless. Heartless are perfect soldiers as they can’t be easily killed and they stop ageing the moment they’re turned.

One of the reasons I love this character so much is her wit, she has such amazing quips and she’s pretty entertaining. Her chemistry with Lucien is off the charts and their banter is as hot as it is tense.

The camaraderie between the various characters is one of the strengths of the book. I loved the way their relationships developed.

Another great point in this book is the strength of the writing, not only is it lush and vivid, it eloquently portrays every scene in a way that is never dull.

There were moments I squealed, made funny faces, smiled and laughed.

It has magic, worldbuilding, romance, action (Zera is badass and like seriously an amazing heroine), devious goodness, the makings of a great YA series.

P.S: I adore that cover!!


August Wrap Up

It’s now September ! August flew by! Here’s my August wrap up .

This month I read 10 books! I read a lot of amazing books.

1⃣ Evenfall 5 🌟

This book you guys. The amazing cover blew me away first off. This book is full of magic. From the writing style, the descriptive explanations and the incredible characters. I was blown away by the world that was weaves into my mind. I felt for Ember and the way she has never been able to stick up for herself and has always let people use her for their own purpose.

2⃣The Sin eaters daughter 5 🌟

Absolutely magical story! I fell in love with the main character instantly and she kept that magnificence throughout the story. Melinda Salisbury weaves an amazing tale of magical, mystery and absolute amazement. Absolutely loved it from first to last page! I loved the three main characters and the queen who was the villain!

3⃣ A court of mist and fury 5 🌟

“To the stars who listen– and the dreams that are answered.”

Have you ever read a book that impacts you in a way you can’t even put into words? It ruins you for all other books for a long time afterwards. It leaves you feeling such a wide range of emotions that you find it difficult to put those emotions – and your thoughts – into any sort of order. Have you ever read a book that just resonates with you in a way that you don’t even know how to express? This was like that for me.

4⃣ Everless 5 🌟

Its hard to find a book that stands out amongst hundreds of the same type of stories. But this one really did stand out and I loved the concept. A really enjoyable read and looking forward to the next in the series. I adored this book.

5⃣ Bring Me Their Hearts 5 🌟 .

Bring Me Their Hearts is a beautiful, vivid and deadly book that engrossed me from the beginning till the last word.

Zera is a Heartless, they are humans whose heart has been taken hostage by a witch. A witch simply has to carve out their heart and keep it in a jar to make a Heartless. Heartless are perfect soldiers as they can’t be easily killed and they stop ageing the moment they’re turned. This book was so imaginative and creative and I loved the main character which I don’t usually.

6️⃣ A Bad Boy Stole My Bra 4 🌟.

A Bad Boy Stole My Bra made me smile, and kept me engaged for the whole book. It was humorous and a feel good read

7️⃣ Open Road Summer 3🌟.

Open Road Summer is Emery Lord’s debut novel and is the perfect read for warm, sunny days. It’s like Nashville in book form, full of music, tour stops and relationships. It’s exactly what I needed and I loved it! The main character began to get on my towards the end though as she never seemed to be happy.

8️⃣ Escaping From Houdini 4🌟.

I really wanted to adore this book like the past two but I just didn’t! I love Thomas and Audrey. I really do. They are the main reason I read the books because I want to know what happens next for them but this book introduced a love triangle which I personally never enjoy as it feels like all the previous moments were undone and Thomas was hurt by Audrey sometimes. The ending kind of makes up for all of the rest of the book but I still can’t love it for this reason.

9️⃣ Spinning Silver 3🌟.

Did not finish. This book started off well but then too many characters were introduced I found myself skipping to pages with decent characters in them. Nothing seemed to happen in it.

🔟 Forest Queen 4🌟.

I enjoyed this book. This book has great characters and a great plot. I had a hard time putting this book down.

So that’s my wrap up. I hope you enjoy hearing me talk about all the books I’ve read! Here’s to September!

Royal Sands and the bridge between worlds by Saryon White

The lovely people at Sacred Stories Publishing reached out to me for me to review this gorgeous book. I jumped at the chance after reading about the magical world inside the pages!

The main character Roya feels so real and relatable. This book is filled to the brim with mystery, thrills, mystique and wisdom. As soon as you open it and read the first page you’re drawn into this crazy journey. I found it hard to put it down and read it one day!

I gave this book ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️!

Thankyou for sending me this gorgeous book to feature!

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The Wisprian World by W.N. Checkler

Thankyou to the author for sending me this beautiful and stunning book!

The Wisprian World is a tale of magic and fantasy. The book features beautiful artwork inside which I loved admiring In between chapters. All of the characters feel realistic and relatable and I didn’t want to say goodbye to any of them at the end. This book does have a religious theme to it which I wasn’t sure about at first as I’m not religious at all but it wasn’t over done and didn’t get in the way of the plot.

I’d recommend this book if you enjoyed LOTR and Chronicles of Narnia as it reminded me of the feelings I felt whilst reading those stories of wonder and amazement. I was excited to read the next page.

I rated this book ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

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