All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven || Book Review

Look at me go! The second contemporary of the year for me, however, not necessarily better than The Harper Effect. I know I said at the end of The Harper Effect review that the main character has little morals and there were some issues with the author (maybe) but I found the writing so much…

Turtles All The Way Down by John Green || Book Review

It’s just turtles all the way down. It’s just turtles all the way down, guys, it just it! I am in love with this quote and I can’t even tell you why until you read this book even though it isn’t really a spoiler it is just describing a story they talk about within the…

The Harper Effect by Taryn Bashford || Book Review

“Every day, in every way, I’m better than I was the day before.”ย  Yep, that’s it, I’ve found the first quote I want to write on my mirror in the year of 2018. Seriously, isn’t that just amazing? The Harper Effect by Taryn Bashford is a contemporary YA set in Australia written by an Australia…

Thoughts on Duologies

Hello! I have not read many duologies in my lifetime in fact currently thinking about it all the duologies I think I have read are actually trilogies except for Six of Crows. But I can still talk to you about my thoughts on duologies. The first is that duologies are really awesome! It’s practically a…

Unexpected Favourites

Hello! I am like most readers and as such I usually read books that I have heard a lot about… I think it’s only reasonable to be spending $15 on a book I think I’ll like. But occasionally I go into a book unsure or having no clue what it is about. So here is…

Firstlife by Gena Showalter| Book Review

โ€œAs long as there is breath, there is hope.โ€ I am currently so into books with hopeful messages even if it isnโ€™t the whole plot line or a small one, a simple line about hope and I am hooked. Speaking of being hooked, Firstlife had me on the edge of my seat ready from the…

Best Quotes 2017

Hello Book Nation, I started this blog post while writing my Six Of Crows book review back on the 11th of January this year, when I feel utterly in love with one of the quotes in the book. I then decided to keep track of all the quotes I read during the year that made…

December Wrap Up

I am so sorry all these end of year posts are coming out so late! I sort of just had a mental blank about this blog and all of a sudden I was like OMG I FORGOT ABOUT THIS THIS AND THIS! But I do now have my December Wrap Up and before I begin…

January tbr

Hello! I am planning on reading a lot of books this month and that is mainly because I didn’t read many last month and I have plenty of time before school starts so why not? Firstlife by Gena Showalter: This book is one set in a world where your firstlife isn’t your only life, after…

5 Most Anticipated Releases for 2018

Hello, I’m back with another post! This time is another list of my most anticipated releases for 2018 as a whole. The first book on this list is really expected knowing my love for   Sarah J Maas and my nervousness about the previous cliffhanger, and that is the final book in the Throne of…

My Year In Books

Hello Hello Hello, If you have goodreads you’re likely to know about the Year In Books calculations they do for you… If you don’t have goodreads or still want an explanation basically goodreads creates a little summary of the books you read in the year. And this is my Year In Books as mentioned excepted…