February’s Big Book Haul!

Good morning and happy Saturday to you all! Today, I will be sharing all the books that I bought/received during February. There are 21 total titles here. I am pleasantly surprised with the variety and diversity of books that I ended up with with this month’s haul, and I am super eager to jump into…

Humongous Holiday Books & Novelty Socks Haul!

Good morning and happy Friday to you all! With the weekend upon us, I decided to catalogue all of the books that I received during the holidays so that Sir Betrothed and I can spend the entire weekend marathoning video games. We began doing this to celebrate the end of 2017, and it’s been so…

Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson – A Book Review

Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson is a young adult fantasy re-telling of the Peter Pan story, originally written by J.M. Barrie. Told from the perspective of a tiny faerie named Tinker Belle, the book is about a young adolescent Indigenous girl named Tiger Lily. Viewed as an outcast, Tiger Lily is a very lonely…

your name. by Makoto Shinkai – A Book Review

your name., written by esteemed film director Makoto Shinkai, is the novelization of the Japanese anime film by the same title. It tells a story about a boy and a girl who reside in two completely different parts of Japan. The young boy, Taki, is from the thriving and bustling city of Tokyo, whereas Mitsuha,…

Ash by Malinda Lo – A Book Review

Ash by Malinda Lo is a young adult fantasy novel that is a re-telling of the Cinderella fairy tale. It follows a young girl named Ash. When her father passes away, she’s left in the care of her new stepmother, who is very cruel to her. Consumed with in a shroud of grief and loneliness,…

Written in the Stars by Aisha Saeed – A Book Review

My second book has been completed for the Ramadan Readathon that’s happening for the month of June, and I must say that I was very surprised by it; some of it good, but mostly not so great. Written in the Stars by Aisha Saeed is an #OwnVoices Pakistani, Islamic literature novel within the young adult…

Saints and Misfits by S.K. Ali – A Book Review

Assassinating my bad reading habits has made it possible for me to actually start blowing through books again, which is such a phenomenal feeling! Mid-way through the Ramadan Readathon, I’ve finally finished my first book for this reading event, called Saints and Misfits written by S.K. Ali. This is an #OwnVoices, Islamic young adult novel…

P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han – A Book Review

This review will contain some spoilers for the book. Read at your own discretion. Also… there will be ranting. The second book in Jenny Han’s bestselling series takes place directly after the events of the first novel, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, where Lara Jean has finally made her choice between two boys.…