September Popular Reads Review

I’ve read quite some books these past weeks and I haven’t got the time to write a full post review on them, so I’m making these short reviews 😉 I will definitely write some more detailed reviews for these ones in the future!




MY RATING : ★/5 

I absolutely loved this book! I enjoyed this much more than I expected haha. What is very interesting with this book is a battle between daughter and mothers, two women who will discover their true powers and who must decide what to do with it. This retelling of Snow White is creative and full of spellbinding writing forming a rich and lush tale.

Thank you to Raincoast Books for giving me a free copy to review! 


FIREBLOOD ( Frostblood #2)


I tend to be really picky on sequels, but gladly for me, this one is even better than the first book! I get to follow Ruby to Sudesia, land of of the Firebloods and my oh my that was exciting ! A book full of actions, character growth, a real training with other students 😉 That’s right y’all, a vibe of a magic and wizardy school here! ❤

Thank you to Hachette Canada for giving me a copy of this book  to review!




MY RATING : ★★/5

If you’re looking for a great dark and psychological thriller for the fall, I would recommend this one! It’s not my usual liking since I tend to love REALLY gory and mind blowing thrillers but I thought some parts were very smart and genuine. I totally appreciate how raw and real this novel feels. Bad people do bad things, and sometimes, they do get away with it.

 A girl who refuses to give people what they want from her.
A girl who refuses to be the person she once was.




MY RATING : ★★/5

You have to be mentally prepared for the slow pace in this novel. We follow a few events from different families in the suburb but that’s not it. All the 4 stars I’m giving is for Celeste Ng’s writing. It is B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L. No doubts about it! You will enjoy the characters’ dynamics and how the authors can give us such an empathic perspective even if it’s the most villain character in the story. She did a very good job at dissecting their behaviours.

Thank you to Penguin Random House for giving me a free copy to review!



MY RATING : ★★★/5 

I think I’ve seen this book everywhere now and I was very excited to start it ! Although I have to admit I liked the general concept of it, I didn’t like the book as an overall experience. The random multiple POV’s really annoy me. How do they contribute to the story is still unclear to me. We don’t know why and how they know they were going to die… so the characters just start saying okay let’s go all YOLO mode! The stars I give to the book is for all the emotions it gets me through  and especially that ending ❤

Thank you to Harper Collins Canada for giving me a free copy to review!


These two novels are also the September babes that I’ve already reviewed and you can find the reviews here: 

Sing Unburied Sing by Jesmyn Ward – 5 stars 

Warcross by Marie Lu – 2 stars 


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