Book Review | Lair of Dreams by Libba Bray

Hey Everyone,

How are you?

I am now settling into the new job and I am enjoying it, I am still making a few mistakes here and there but I am still trying to get used to it.

So I finally have a book review for you today, I have to say it feels good to finish a book a little over a week than a book in a month. I want to try and get back into my reading routine but I have been feeling insecure about which book to pick up next now.

I have also started a new Bullet Journal, towards the end of my Emerald Bullet Journal I was a bit sluggish and didn't feel like doing much, so I decided to start a new one. It is another Lechtturm 1917 but it is the Bullet Journal version which by the ay there is not much of a difference compaired to the standard hardback book. I have already slowly planned out my spreads for December just because I like to plan ahead and also I have been getting very addicted to Washi Tape and ordered so much, I didn't even notice it until the order came through but I…

Book Review | The Snowman by Jo Nesbo

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Soon the first snow will come

A young boy wakes to find his mother missing. Outside, he sees her favourite scarf – wrapped around the neck of a snowman.

And then he will appear again

Detective Harry Hole soon discovers that an alarming number of wives and mothers have gone missing over the years.

And when the snow is gone…

When a second woman disappears, Harry’s worst suspicion is confirmed: a serial killer is operating on his home turf.

…he will have taken someone else

The Snowman by Jo Nesbo

Published: 2007
Published Edition: October 2017
Publishers: Vintage
Genre: Mystery, Crime, Thriller

Pages: 576

Form of Reading: Paperback

Goodreads Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐


I have been a huge fan of Jo Nesbo for years. And I have been wanting to pick up the book again, so since the movie was released at the beginning of October I decided to pick the book up. I believe I was 17 or 18 when I first read the book and reading it again six years later there were bits in the book that I had completely …

I Have Been Reading Just Not Reviewing

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How are you? It feels like forever since I have done a blog post and I can't believe that it has been a month since my previous one. I have been a bit preoccupied with other things and I have been quite reluctant to review books and I feel bad about that. I thought I would do a bit of a catch-up today since I have read quite a few books but have been unable to write reviews for them.

I am feeling a little stuck with my reviews recently, I feel that I am not much of a critique than most other book reviewers, usually, I would give out a lot of positives and barely any negatives or I just give a feeling review and even though I like doing it, to me it's not satisfactory. I am not what is considered a good critique and a bad critique but I know that I am all other the place. I have so many things to say for one book but barely enough for another. I think that is why I needed a break from blogging I wasn't feeling excited to type up a review for any of the books t…

Time To Open New Doors + Book Haul

Hey Everyone,

How are you?

I have been feeling a little trapped recently, I can assure you that I am not in a reading slump but in a mood funk. For the last couple of weeks, I have been overloaded with work and with my hours that I am getting I am not finding enough time to sit down and read.

Ever since I got this job my reading life has been slow and I hate it, I want to read more but I do not have the energy to pick up a book. I am amazed that I was able to read 7 books in the month of August, I honestly felt that I have no opportunity to find time to relax before getting ready for the next day.

So as of by the end of this month I will be leaving my current job and looking for new job opportunities elsewhere. I honestly felt that working there was a bit too much, There would be moments in the day where everything would be fine and then I make a mistake which sets me back a bit and I would be reminded about it constantly. I am currently looking for jobs and I have a few interviews co…

Book Review | Rituals (Cainsville #5) by Kelley Armstrong

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How are you?

Rituals by Kelley Armstrong

Olivia Jones must make a choice.

Caught between two rival supernatural forces, Liv has been given a brief period in which to make her decision. Now that time has run out.

Whichever side she chooses, someone she loves will pay. Her lover, Ricky, Gabriel Walsh - the man she knows she cannot, must not love. Her parents - already trapped in prison. 

And now there is a new, terrifying power rising - one that doesn't distinguish between good and evil intentions. It feeds on chaos and destroys without mercy. Unless Liv acts fast, no one will survive.

In this gripping thriller, international bestselling author Kelley Armstrong brings the Cainsille series to a powerful, richly rewarding climax

Published: 15th August, 207
Publishers: Sphere
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Fantasy, Mystery

Pages: 496

Form of Reading: e-book

Goodreads Star Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐


It's Over.

Another series has come and gone.

Why do I do this to myself? Why do I get so emotional…

Book Review | Dime Store Magic by Kelley Armstrong

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How are you?

I FINALLY MANAGED TO GET A COUPLE DAYS OFF YAY!! My manager has been quite generous and has given me the weekend off which is great, I have been enjoying my days off so far, caught up a bit of some tv shows and I have binge-watched The Defenders on Friday and OMG!!! I loved it.

So I have some backed up blog post that I have been meaning to get to, I have another book review after this so hopefully, I can get it done soon.

Dime Store Magic by Kelley Armstrong

White witch Paige Winterbourne has spent her whole life hiding her true nature. But when she takes over the guardianship of Savannah Levine - orphaned daughter of a notorious black witch - Paige's carefully constricted world comes crashing down.

Someone is plotting to take Savannah and corrupt her already unsettling wild power. But how can Paige fight them without exposing her own gift - the ultimate taboo? And how can she trust the one man offering to help her fight, when he stands for everything she h…

Book Review | Lost Souls by Kelley Armstrong AND The Princess Saves Herself In This One by Amanda Lovelace

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How are you?

Yes, as you can see I am doing another MERGE  book review or MERGE REVIEW as I like to call it. I enjoyed doing the first merge with The Inn at Eagle Point by Sheryl Woods and The Forever House by Veronica Henry and I thought why not do another one. Psst, it is because I've barely had enough days off work to focus my thoughts on one book and once I do get a day off, it's really difficult to think about a book you've recently finished even though it was like a week ago.

Lost Souls by Kelley Armstrong

The disappearing hitchhiker is one of the hoariest urban legends, and no one knows that better than Gabriel Walsh, a lawyer who grew up on folklore and myth. When Patrick—author of books on the supernatural—brings him the case of a hitchhiking woman in white who vanished on a country road after accepting a ride from a businessman, Gabriel knows the Cainsville elder is just trying to wheedle into his good graces. But Gabriel is a man in need of a mystery…