2019 · ARC · Read · Review · Uncategorized

Review – Skyward by Brandon Sanderson

I didn't know Brandon Sanderson was coming out with a new series in 2018. I didn't know he intended to write a YA series. I didn't know he came out with a sci-fi book. Nor did I know that Skyward was the first book in a YA sci-fi trilogy. I saw Brandon Sanderson and clicked… Continue reading Review – Skyward by Brandon Sanderson

2019 · Read · Review

Review – Eve of Man by Giovanna and Tom Fletcher

I love both Giovanna and Tom Fletcher! I've followed them on YouTube since way back when Tom was still in McFly. I've read several of their books and always watch their vlogs. When I heard they were writing a YA dystopian book together I was totally here for it! Eve of Man by Giovanna and… Continue reading Review – Eve of Man by Giovanna and Tom Fletcher

2018 · Goals · Read

ReadHarder Challenge 2018 – Review!

I succeeded!!! Just. I finished the last book on New Year's Eve. Phew! ReadHarder challenge is created every year by BookRiot to widen our minds and ensnare our senses 😉 I did a plan for the challenge earlier this year. As always, it contains 24 tasks where one book can cover one or more tasks. I… Continue reading ReadHarder Challenge 2018 – Review!

2018 · Goals · Read

Yearly Bookish Goals Review – 2018

Earlier this year I did a goal post for 2018, and this is my review of those goals for 2018. In short, these were my goals for 2018: READING GOALS 2018: Complete BookRiot’s ReadHarder Challange 2018 Read 60 books Read more than 18,000 pages (not including audiobooks) Finish more series  Review Read Harder Challenge 2018:… Continue reading Yearly Bookish Goals Review – 2018

2018 · Read · Wrap ups

Top 5 Reads in 2018

I have read a lot of good stuff in 2018. So far, I've read 107 books in 2018 😱... selecting a top 5 will be difficult. By both writing this and posting this early I'm anticipating I will have no new favourites. Its a gamble, but who doesn't like to live on the edge 😉… Continue reading Top 5 Reads in 2018

2018 · ARC · Read · Review

Review – Empress of All Season by Emiko Jean

I saw this book making its rounds in the bookverse and I thought it sounded very interesting but I wasn't 100% sold. However,  I'm on an Asian-inspired fantasy/sci-fi binge so I picked it up. I will never regret that decision. This ARC was provided to me by NetGalley and Orion Publishing in return for an honest review. Thank… Continue reading Review – Empress of All Season by Emiko Jean

2018 · Read · Review

Review – The​ Three-body Problem by Cixin Liu

This translated Chinese award-winning sci-fi came to my attention during my Diverse Own Voices Fantasy and Sci-fi and actually made it onto my list! I was interested in how Chinese worldview, culture and traditions would come through the sci-fi elements of the story. This is essentially the reasons I'm interested in an own voice diverse fantasy and… Continue reading Review – The​ Three-body Problem by Cixin Liu

2018 · Read · Review

Review – The Caged Queen by Kristin Ciccarelli (Iskara #2)

I actually requested this arc before I read book 1... I know, my NetGalley addiction has gotten worse (I hope NaNoWriMo will cure it). And if you have read my review of book 1 (if not here you go), you may wonder deeply why I picked up the second one in the series. The short… Continue reading Review – The Caged Queen by Kristin Ciccarelli (Iskara #2)

2018 · Read · Readathons · Wrap ups

Contemporary-a-thon Wrap-up

Oh My Goodness! I totally nailed this readathon!! I managed 6 books in seven days, and all the reading challenges. I did a TBR here and I did read everything on that TBR with the addition of another book.   Readathon Facts DATES: 17th September to 23rd September MAIN CHALLENGE: Read contemporary fiction READING CHALLENGES:… Continue reading Contemporary-a-thon Wrap-up

2018 · ARC · Read · Review

Review – Fight Like A Girl by Clementine Ford

I have never read a feminist manifesto but I always wanted too. So when I saw this on NetGalley I thought, yeah! Feminism is a subject close to my heart. I have always considered myself as a feminist being brought up in a well balanced equal Scandinavian society. Boy, was I wrong! As this book… Continue reading Review – Fight Like A Girl by Clementine Ford