Spring Book Haul

I am a little bit ashamed to admit that I have forgotten the date that my last post was published. I could have easily looked it up, of course, but I’m really scared to see just how long I’ve been neglecting my blog and my followers. Continue reading


Review: The Raven Boys

I did it! I finally read The Raven Boys. I’ve wanted to do that from the moment I heard about this book. I’ve wanted to read Maggie Stiefvater for even longer than that. Was it worth my time? Read on and find out… Continue reading

Review: Reason

I have recently reviewed Courage by Lena North and said that I was planning to read the other two books in the trilogy. Not too long after that review, I found out that there were available review copies for the other two books and of course I requested a copy of Reason. However, the awesome people that decide who gets to review these books and who doesn’t sent me both Reason AND Joy. So today I am reviewing Reason, the second book in The Dreughan trilogy. Continue reading

Review: Courage

Nine days have passed since my last blog post, but I actually felt like I hadn’t posted for at least two weeks. Anyway, I am back with a book review. I should really post more book reviews or at lest I should try. I am currently late for two book reviews I’ve been meaning to write this month. But for now, let’s focus on this one… Continue reading

Review: The High Lord

I know I’ve disappeared for a while. I’ve already got several posts scheduled for this week (including yesterday’s post about Bulgaria) and I will definitely will be posting more reviews. But I have kept this post waiting to be published for too long, so I decided that it is finally time to post it and be finished with my reviews of this trilogy. Also, before I start this review, I do need to say that this is the last book in the Black Magician Trilogy, so if you haven’t read the other two books, you might not want to read this post. I can’t say that there will be no spoilers from the previous books in the trilogy. However, I do have reviews of The Magicians’ Guild and The Novice, which are the first and second books in the trilogy, as well as a review of The Magician’s Apprentice, which is the prequel to the trilogy, so you can go on and read those too. Continue reading