Monthly Archives: June 2016

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Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas3/5 starsThis book was a huge let down after the first amazing instalment.This book only remotely got interesting when Nehemia died. I felt like Dorian’s use in this book could’ve only been for the end. Otherwise, he was utterly boring and has little to no passion. He was basically a different guy than in the first book!Let’s talk about the problematic relationship of Chaol (which, by the… Read More

An entire day dedicated to all my history topics? Yes, please! However, I had to wake up at 4:20PM, catch a 2hr bus, sit in 4 lectures, which weren’t useful, and then take 3 hrs to get home? Ugh. The cherry on top was that one of the lecturers was an absolute asshole. I don’t think large universities that take 2hrs to commute to every morning are my forte. I thought they… Read More

Hoorah! Hoorah! It’s raining this weekend. Like, bigtime. In the midst of last night, I woke up from my bed radically banging on the wall. The wind was shaking my entire house! It’s all fun and games until the power turns off. Thankfully, that little mishap only lasted a few minutes. (I needz ma internet and electric blanket) Luckily, this beautiful weather (completely genuine, I must add. I’m not being sarcastic) has… Read More

Lament by Maggie StiefvaterMaybe 3.5 stars? I haven’t decided. To be fair, I wasn’t expecting this book to be phenomenal or anything of the sorts. After all, I did find it in a Goodread’s “Worst Paranormal YA Romance” list. Which I need to address– this wasn’t paranormal? It was fantasy??? If you liked Mark Blackthorn from Lady Midnight, I’d highly suggest you meet Luke from Lament. They pretty much have the same levels… Read More