A standalone review of ‘I Heart Forever’ by Lindsey Kelk

‘I Heart Forever‘  is #7 in the I Heart series but it was the first I’ve read so my opinion will be focused on this volume on its own. Disclaimer: I’ve received an advanced reader copy of this book via…

From Comics to Book – Review of ‘DarkChylde’ by R. Queen

This Halloween I’ve received a copy of DarkChylde from the publisher, and it was yet another one of those books I was super excited to read, specially considering it was based on a comic book series (even though I’ve never…

‘The Girl On The Train’ by Paula Hawkins – Book + Bonus Movie Review

I was offered the hardcover of The Girl On The Train last Christmas by Sarah @Sarah’s Bookshelf. I’ve been wanting to read this book for a while, but we all know how it works for us book bloggers: we can’t deal with our TBR.…

The Bachelor gone wrong? – Review of ‘The Selection’ by Kiera Cass

The Selection has been quite a popular book a (very long) while ago, but it’s never too late to review it.  

Review of ‘The Last Day of Captain Lincoln’ – What if today was your last day?

Have you ever wondered how would it feel if you knew that today was the last day of your life? If death was planned, rather than unexpected? Would have you lived differently? The Last Day of Captain Lincoln by EXO…

Review of ‘Nevernight’ – Jay Kristoff

This is a review of an advanced reader copy which has been provided by NetGalley (thanks NetGalley and the publisher) before the official release of the book. Please note that things might have changed since the book has been officially…

Review of ‘Under the Trees’ – Ashley Maker

Sometimes all you want to do is read a fairy tale, and believe in the good of the world – that good people can win, and that princesses live happily ever after. But make no mistake, Under the Trees is…

Comic Book Review – The Legend of Wonder Woman #1 (issue)

Note: This Review refers to the Print Edition Issue #1 (corresponding to Chapter One, Two, and Three of the Digital Edition) First of all, I would like to warn you that the following review will be coming from a Comic…

Review of ‘Christmas Ever After’ – Sarah Morgan

And it’s finally time for a book review – I am so excited, aren’t you? Those who know me know that while my main interest is Fantasy and Science Fiction, I occasionally enjoy reading or watching something absolutely girly! This…

Review of The Quantum Door – Jonathan Ballagh

This coming-of-age sci-fi thriller gets from me a final rating of 3.5 stars (4 stars on every other website that doesn’t accept half-stars), having earned the half-star in its last emotional moments plus the fact that it is beautifully illustrated.