“Get in Loser, we’re reading another Hades and Persephone Retelling”: Neon Gods Review

I have made it widely known that I love a good H&P retelling. It’s got it all: villain love interest, forbidden romance, love interest whose soft for only the heroine, and there is no one more broody and bad than the literally Lord of Night, God of the Dead,…Hades. So when it was announced thatContinue reading ““Get in Loser, we’re reading another Hades and Persephone Retelling”: Neon Gods Review”

Mini Reviews for Recent Reads: October – December 2020

I have put off writing reviews for these books for TOO LONG– and since we are now entering a new year, I want to start with a fresh slate, so I am making myself write mini-reviews for all my recent reads that I have not made time to write a full review for! Kingdom ofContinue reading “Mini Reviews for Recent Reads: October – December 2020”

Furyborn Review

Synopsis The stunningly original, must-read fantasy of 2018 follows two fiercely independent young women, centuries apart, who hold the power to save their world…or doom it.When assassins ambush her best friend, Rielle Dardenne risks everything to save him, exposing herself as one of a pair of prophesied queens: a queen of light, and a queenContinue reading “Furyborn Review”

“Get in Loser, We’re Going Condemning Incest”: Rereading The Mortal Instruments series

City of Bones, Book 1 As with most of the Shadowhunter books (I’ve previously reviewed each book in the Infernal Devices series!), I flew through this book with relative ease. I felt like I remembered most of the plot of this book from when I first read this series a whole ass decade ago, andContinue reading ““Get in Loser, We’re Going Condemning Incest”: Rereading The Mortal Instruments series”

Clockwork Princess Review

For people who haven’t read this series, what is it about, and should I read it..? *If you’re familiar with this series or have read this book, you can skip this section* Trying to describe any book in a trilogy is a difficult task, but this feels especially hard! So essentially this series takes placeContinue reading “Clockwork Princess Review”

Clockwork Angel Review

For people who haven’t read this series, what is it about, and should I read it..? Trying to describe any book in a trilogy is a difficult task, but this feels especially hard! So essentially this series takes place in 1800’s London, and is about a group of people called Shadowhunters who are basically assassinContinue reading “Clockwork Angel Review”