Book Lover’s Day ft 4321, Spill Zone and The Heart We Sold reviews

How fitting it is that today is Women’s Day, Book Lover’s Day and my best friend’s birthday, WOO 😀 ! She’s an incredible woman and bookworm ❤ Shoutout to NHII  😀 I have decided to put together some reviews of the books I’ve read these past months but didn’t makea full review for it 😉…

Vault of Dreams by Luke Taylor

MY RATING: ★★★★/ 5   Emerald hills and ice blue lochs, bordered by Nørds raiders and the haughty monarchs of South Angle, each dynasty eager to seize lands weakened by a civil war in which a usurper has risen to seize the cloven throne. Meet Six Of Crows and Lord of The Rings, my friends…

How To Be A Bawse by Lilly Singh (ARC)

MY RATING : ★★★★★/5 Lily Singh a.k.a Superwoman a.k.a. The Bad-Ass Female on Earth a.k.a. Our Canadian Proud a.k.a… Okay I should stop. But I’ve loved Lilly’s comedy videos since the beginning and when I learned she was releasing a book… After this little fangirling moment, you will probably wonder: “GOD THIS REVIEW IS BIASED BY HER…

Here With Me Now by Rebecca Markus

MY RATING: ★★★☆☆ This debut novel tells the  story of Mallory, a young teenager who’s going through the difficult adolescent-age problems : high school, bullies, gossips and dramas.  Her life will take an even more complicated turn when a new 26 years old neighbor moves in : Kain. Their lives will be intertwined in a passionate…

The Muiread by Luke Taylor

“Let me walk to that day without fear, fair Ivy. Let me walk where the dawn and dusk collide, and there, standing tall against Eternity’s foe, fight the fight of my life.” — Luke Taylor, The Muiread      Have you ever read a novel that said more about the author than his biography could? It’s…

The X Factor: Confessions of a Naive Fashion Model by Ivan Sivec

MY RATING: ★★ 1/2☆☆☆ Goodreads: It takes three mistakes to be swallowed up and spat out by the fashion industry. You trust the wrong people. You think you know everything there is to know about life. You take drugs. The premise sounds nice and it even says that it was inspired by a true story, but it…

Aerisia: Land Beyond The Sunset by Sarah Ashwood

MY RATING: ★★★☆☆ The blurb from Goodreads in a sentence : However, the day she spots a brown-robed stranger with a magical staff in a neighbor’s field is the day she also discovers Aerisia, a magical land beyond Earth’s sunset.Here in Aerisia, Hannah is believed to be the Artan, a legendary heroine prophesied to deliver Aerisia…

The Feather and the Moon Well by Shean Pao

“Freedom brings responsibility. Once you decide, understand that those decisions affect others. Turn down this path, or that one. Make the wrong choice and you may kill a man or lose a kingdom.” — Shean Pao, The Feather and the Moon Well    It is with no shame that I’ve read this book without much…

To Swim Beneath The Earth by Ginger Bensman

MY RATING: ★★★★☆ The blurb  from Goodreads: MEGAN KIMSEY, born and raised in a small Colorado town on the edge of the La Plata Mountains, grows up haunted by images. Straddling cryptic glimpses of events that foretell her own future, and events remembered from a past in the highlands of Ecuador and Peru more than 400 years…

The Threat Below by Jason Latshaw

“It’s dangerous, Icelyn. That’s what it’s like down there. You can never go down there. Never.” — Jason Latshaw, The Threat Below          There was this trend in young adult books where everyone and their mothers could only write, talk and look at dystopias. Don’t act all surprised. I’m pretty sure you…

Creation (Chronicles of Ara #1) by Joel Eisenberg and Stephen Hillard

MY RATING: ★★★ (3,5)☆☆ “Each immortal is possessed of a particular gift. Each gift is responsible for a particular miracle.” This book is difficult to rate and difficult to describe too. Briefly, the author tells the story of the collapsing world of fantasy and Creation. Ara, a cursed goddess, also a character of a character’s novel…

Erasing Ramona by Peggy Rothschild

“I knew lies. A good liar built their story on facts, giving a solid foundation to their falsehood, while less skilled fellows scrambled to avoid the truth. But one lie was never enough. Before too long, you had to shore it up with another. Then one more. And soon the lies had grown like an…

Strife of The Mighty by Julius Bailey

MY RATING: ★★★★☆  “Often tales of valiant deeds lighten the heart,” said Brandegan. “They give hope, for they remind us that not all forces in the world work wickedness.” -Julius Bailey If Paper Towns can get a movie, this book highly deserves one or even more. A far far land where fantastic and magical creatures and energies…

Against The Reign by Dove Winters

My Rating: ★★★★☆(4,5) “It’s certainly no place for children, or anyone respectable, definitely not a princess. But here I am.” -DOVE WINTERS Laughing out loud. Check. Kick-ass princess. Check. Funny best friend. Check. Teasing and charismatic prince. Check. WHY IS THIS BOOK NOT POPULAR ALREADY? Hahah okay let’s take a moment to describe why I think…

Tomb of Truth by Courtney Anz

“It can grant life to someone in great need. Or power to someone of great greed. I trust you to protect it.” — Courtney Anz, Tomb of Truth           Fun, it was. Short, it was. Recommended for a more middle-grade audience, it was. While reading this novel, I had to put…

Guardian of the Gauntlet by Lenita Sheridan

MY RATING :  ★★★☆☆ Camari and Mila, two princesses from a poor lonely land meet Denir, a prince from another kingdom. The prince however possesses a magic gauntlet, people who believe in the power, will make it work. However, the prince will only have eyes for the older sister Mila. Camari who’s been in love with…

Dream Student by J.J. DiBenedetto

My Rating :  ★★★★☆ “It’s almost three o’clock in the morning now. It seems like it’s three o’clock a lot lately.” The story opens up with Sarah, who’s in the middle of her dream and get pulled to another person’s dream : places she never saw, people se never encountered. Some of her dreams are also…

The Gift of the Quoxxel by Richard Titus

My Rating : ★★★★☆ “I’ve just activated my nonsense filter. I can’t hear a word you’re saying.” -RICHARD TITUS  This book was peculiar, curious, light-hearted and fun to read. I’ll probably read it to my children one day. It’s about the King of Nibb, a lonesome island in the middle of nowhere. The citizens were fine…

Evanthia’s Gift by Effie Kammenou

MY RATING : ★★★★☆ “Now, in a twist of fate, he would see her again.” -EFFIE KAMMENOU A mesmerizing romance over two generations. The first part of the story, we follow the beginning of Anastacia and Alex romance as they try to overcome their past to be in relationship and work it out together. Single motherhood,…

Spell Fade by J. Daniel Layfield

“The subconscious is the root, the beginning of all wishes and desires, and it plays a strong role in a wizard’s power.” — J. Daniel Layfield, Spell Fade         It’s easy to get lost in a fantasy novel. All it takes is an author able to reconstruct a believable but implausible universe. An author…