Stupidity of The Winners Curse

War runs through Valorian blood, just as art runs through the Herrani. Yet something sets our two heroes aside. They have something else running through their veins, something that doesn’t seem to be present in a great deal of the others. So what is it that makes our two heroes, Arin and Kestrel, so special? Well my dears, the answer is STUPIDITY. I’m not kidding, throughout the book I was almost angry crying at how absolutely stupid the characters were.

10 Books That Were Crushingly Disappointing

This is me joining up with the gals at Brooke and Bookish for a Top Ten Tuesday post!
Disappointment is something we all dread. Whether it be from books or our parents ( you know what I'm talking about ) it's never a good feeling. So here's a post of me dragging all of the books that disappointed me. If you're thinking about picking these books up, but have seen nothing but good reviews . . . uh, here's an alternative perspective?

Book Breakups 01 :(

We can't like every book we read, no matter how much we dearly want to. Sometimes you and a book just don't mesh that well. That was what happened with me and these two books. I did a similar post here, although I have no idea what's going on with the formatting of that post.

Let's Talk Love ( Tropes )

This is me joining up with the gals at Brooke and Bookish for a Top Ten Tuesday post!

I'm going to be completely honest, I generally don't look for romance in books. The only ships that I can remember having are 'Drarry' , Lara Jean & Peter and uh, Jesper & Wylan. Maybe Vin and Eland. That being said, I don't mind it popping up every now and then. While it can be unnecessary, sometimes it's important to have something to root for – other than 'the cause'. So I've put together a list of tropes that I like, and tropes that I don't like.

Unfinished Reviews | Alice & Three Dark Crowns

I've was feeling kind of lazy and decided to not flesh these out anymore. I'm sorry! You're probably able to get an idea of what the book was like through reading these though. There a little more than a sentence, but a little less than a full review. They're both in completely different formats though!

Dropping A Man Off A Building | Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo Review

I’m sure you’ve heard of Crooked Kingdom. If you haven’t, then I’m sure you’ve been living under a rock (no offence meant to people who do actually live under rocks *cough* patrick star *cough). It’s basically a sequel to arguably one of the most hyped up young adult books of the past two years. It deals with gangs, murder and daring heists that no one in their right mind would even try and pull off let alone succeed at. Yet, the characters in the Six of Crows managed it. Unfortunately one of their members got kidnapped in the process. This is their struggle of both getting her back, and getting a little bit revenge along the way.

5 Reasons The Graces is Problematic

I have so much to say about this book, but the thing is, I've forgotten all of it. Thats what overloading on christmas dinners will do to you kids. I may seem a little ranty in this post, so if you want to understand a little more of why, please go check out my review here. Although be warned, it's messy + unstructured.

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