August Owlcrate Unboxing

Hello my wonderful bookdragons! I present to you a ridiculously overdue unboxing of the August Owlcrate because when have I ever been known to do things on time around here? This box was SO fun! The theme was "Something Wicked This Way Comes" and I was SO THERE for it! Here's what came in the …

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Top Ten Tuesday: My Favourite Swoon-Worthy Book Boyfriends Better Known as the Actual Loves of My Life

I haven't done a Top Ten Tuesday post in approximately 297250235 years. But behold, here I am doing a Top Ten Tuesday prompt AND it's one that allows me to properly flail and swoon over the loves of my life! I mean if you tell me you haven't fallen in love with a character while …

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Review: Reason Number One by Briston Brooks (WARNING: THIS BOOK IS FULL OF FEELS)

So this review is so overdue its not even funny. I read this book at the end of JULY and my smol lazy brain decided to not make posting this review a priority despite my soul's desire to share ALL MY FEELS about this little piece of perfection. One day I'll get it together (though …

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Review: This Savage Song (Monsters of Verity #1) by Victoria Schwab

Genre: YA Fantasy/Urban Fantasy/Dystopian Publication Date: 5 July 2016 Pages: 427 (US Hardcover) My rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “It was a cruel trick of the universe, thought August, that he only felt human after doing something monstrous.”  There’s no such thing as safe. Kate Harker wants to be as ruthless as her father. After five years and six …

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Review: Caraval by Stephanie Garber

Genre: YA FantasyPages: 407 (US Hardcover)Publication Date: 31 January 2017My rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️“No one is truly honest. Even if we don't lie to others, we often lie to ourselves. And the word good means different things to different people.” Scarlett Dragna has never left the tiny island where she and her sister, Tella, live with their powerful, …

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