Ignite Me (Shatter Me #3) – Tahereh Mafi

Ignite, my love. Ignite.   Summary After the bombing of Omega Point, Juliette has no idea where are her friends. Or even if they are alive. But that only makes her more determined to end The Reestablishment. Writing I feel so stupid commenting on Tahereh Mafi's writing style, because it's impeccable. It's perfect. She's one... Continue Reading →

Clockwork Princess (The Infernal Devices #3) – Cassandra Clare

Life is a book and there are a thousand pages I have not yet read. Summary It's been a quiet few months for Tessa, Will and Jem. Too quiet. Is it possible that Mortmain took his Infernal Devices somewhere else? Or is he just waiting for the perfect opportunity to strike again? Writing I am... Continue Reading →

State of Sorrow – Melinda Salisbury

Sorrow – for that is all she brings us.   Summary Rhannon, a once-thriving country, has been buried under grief and despair. Its ruler, crazy with heartbreak after the loss of his son, made all of his subject mourn for 18 years now. Colors, laughter, fun – all of it is forbidden. Sorrow spend her... Continue Reading →

The Fever King – Victoria Lee

  Governments didn’t have to listen to the people until the people made it hurt not to listen. Summary Noam Álvaro, a sixteen year old son of undocumented immigrants, wakes up in a hospital bed as a sole survivor of a deadly outbreak of magic. Now, equipped with powers, he finds himself being raised from... Continue Reading →

Small Town Hearts – Lillie Vale

Success, or anything, really, doesn't come with a pushpin. You can't just stick a destination into a map and think there's just the one route that gets you there. And if you wind up right back where you started… well, that's okay, too. We get to come back from our mistakes. We have to believe... Continue Reading →

King of Scars – Leigh Bardugo

The monster is me and I am the monster.   Summary What Ravka's king – Nikolai Lantsov – has endured during the civil war and the repercussions of those events are a highly guarded secret, but it may not stay a secret for much longer. Because the monster doesn't want to lay dormant anymore. It... Continue Reading →

Bloodleaf – Crystal Smith

If they view witchcraft as a weapon, I must learn to wield it against them […] before they can use it against me.   Summary Princess Aurelia has been surrounded by death from the day she was born. It made her own people distrust her. Hate her, even. Now, she is forced to escape her... Continue Reading →

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