☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ This was such a fun and whimsical read! I've been wanting to try MG for a while now and as my first foray in to the genre, this book did not disappoint. Ford's lyrical narrative features adventure, time travel and historical events that captured my attention and had me wishing I… Continue reading Timothy Mean and the Time Machine by William Ford – MG ARC Review
Hello lovelies! It’s time for WWW Wednesday! This meme was originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm but was revived by Sam from Taking on a World of Words. It’s a place to talk about the books you’ve been reading, plan to read and have read. I don’t usually keep track of my reading, except for my Goodreads Challenge, but… Continue reading WWW Wednesday – #5
Hi all! Welcome to another Top 5 Saturday Reads meme. It was created by the lovely Mandy over at Devouring Books as a way to share books that we would love to read. Since my TBR is a bottomless pit, I didn’t have any issue trying to think of 5 books… but it was hard to pick ONLY… Continue reading Top 5 Saturday: Over 500 Pages
Hi all! Welcome to another Top 5 Saturday Reads meme. It was created by the lovely Mandy over at Devouring Books as a way to share books that we would love to read. Since my TBR is a bottomless pit, I didn't have any issue trying to think of 5 books... but it was hard to pick… Continue reading Saturday Top 5: Set in Space
Buy it on: AMAZON ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ FOUR STARS I have to admit, the cover of this book is what initially drew my attention. If you don't know by now (... you should haha) that I'm a MASSIVE cover judge and something as stunning as this cover was bound to catch my attention and… Continue reading Aurora Rising – misfits, space and a whole lot of drama
It’s been a week since I’ve read this book yet I keep finding myself thinking about it at random times. It’s safe to say this is a book that has really resonated with me. The story follows two young teens on their unexpected journey into life as a Scythe’s apprentice. Pulled out of their lives for seemingly unapparent reasons, Citra and Rowan are forced to come to terms with the expectations thrust upon them – an honourable life of killing.