The 11th Hour – Review

Thank you to NetGalley and Dundurn for providing an ARC for review. I didn't know what I was expecting when I picked up this book. I'm still a little torn after finishing it. But let's start from the beginning. Annika's boyfriend, Dylan, is everything to her and she is everything to him. They love each... Continue Reading →


Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne – Manga Rezension

Ich weiß nicht wie viele es von euch wissen, aber ich habe während meiner Teenie-Zeit viele Mangas gelesen. Nein, ich war kein Nerd, mir haben die Geschichten einfach gut gefallen. Neben meiner Liebe für Detektiv Conan habe ich hauptsächlich die Geschichten von Mangaka Arina Tanemura gelesen. Sie ist die Zeichnerin von diversen Shojo-Mangas, die sich... Continue Reading →

First Came Forever – Review

You have probably never heard of Annie Woods or First Came Forever before, have you? Until a couple months ago, me either. But it seemed that Annie Woods' first novel was appearing everywhere on our blog's Instagram feed, like it was giving me a sign. I was lucky: I won a signed copy of the... Continue Reading →

The Winner’s Kiss – Review

NOTE: The Winner's Kiss is part of the "The Winner's" trilogy and should be read last. If you haven't read the first installment, The Winner's Curse, yet, but plan to, please refrain from reading any further. This review may contain infos that will spoil the first installment for you. I don't even know how to... Continue Reading →

The Evolution of Mara Dyer – Review

If you haven't read The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer yet, you may want to skip this review to avoid potential spoilers. I usually love books in a series more than standalones, simply because I get to spend more time with the characters I've grown attached to. I've often questioned people who complain about books in... Continue Reading →

A Monster Calls – Review

The lovely, Fettered Matriarch, reviewed A Monster Calls a few months ago, convincing me to read this short, illustrated novel. Kacy's review was very persuasive, she and I are quite similar, and I knew I could take her recommendation and run with it. I'm so glad I did, because this was a moving story. At 12:07... Continue Reading →

The Rules of Rain – Review

Many thanks to Netgalley and SourceBooks for the chance to read and review this novel. Leah Scheier's upcoming release Rules of Rain explores family relationships in one of the most interesting ways I've experienced as a reader. The main character, Rain, has grown accustomed to taking care of the needs of her family members, especially... Continue Reading →

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