Book Review: A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas🌌

Hello my lovely bookworms! I hope you all are having a lovely winter break and holiday season. I know I am definitely enjoying being among my family and pups. There’s nothing better than sitting on the couch, watching Hallmark movies or The Blacklist with my family and the dogs on our laps.

QOTD: What books did YOU get (or were hoping for) for Christmas?

To be honest, my family rarely buys me books for Christmas because they know how much I love going to the bookstore and searching for them myself. Although, it would be fun to get a book or two for Christmas… One that is highly anticipated for, too. Most of the time, I get a Barnes and Noble gift card… which is cool, though, because I don’t have to spend my money on books and be even further broke. 😂

BUT

If I were to get TWO books for Christmas, I would definitely want it to be The Sin Eater’s Daughter by Melinda Salisbury and Hunger by Michael Grant. What I really want is A Court of Wings and Ruin, but that isn’t out yet so I just gotta deal, I suppose!

Moving on! It’s book review time! Prepare yourself.

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Last Top Ten Tuesday of 2016!

Happy Top Ten Tuesday, bookworms! I really like this week’s topics because it gives me a chance to review my favorite reads of this year. I read so many good books this year… Some of them I will definitely be revisiting throughout the years to come. Today’s TTT topic (wow that is a lot of Ts) is….top-ten-best-books-of-2016

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Book Review: An Ember in the Ashes🔥 by Sabaa Tahir

Hello bookworms! Sorry for little (okay, longer than a little) absence there! You’ll be pleased to find out that I have a book review ready to go for y’all today! Yes, that’s right… I have finished, yes finished, An Ember in the Ashes! I actually finished it a little bit ago, but I have been so busy…

BUT

Holy wow it was so great. I can’t wait to get my greedy little claws on the next book. I am seriously debating whether or not I should have it sent to me…

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