Book Reviews 2014 · Sci-Fi Books · Young Adult Book Reviews

‘Across the Universe’ by Beth Revis

Amy has left the life she loves for a world 300 years away. Someone is waiting for her. He wants to protect her – and more if she’ll let him. But who can she trust amidst the secrets and lies? A killer is out there – and Amy has nowhere to hide… 3 Stars After… Continue reading ‘Across the Universe’ by Beth Revis

Book Reviews 2014 · Fantasy Books · Young Adult Book Reviews

‘Throne of Glass’ by Sarah J. Maas

Meet Celaena Sardothien. Beautiful. Deadly. Destined for Greatness.  5 Stars I had heard so many wonderful things going into ‘Throne of Glass‘ by Sarah J. Maas, and was beginning to wonder if it would actually live up to the high expectations I had developed. However, when I received this as a birthday gift, I had to… Continue reading ‘Throne of Glass’ by Sarah J. Maas

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My Least Favourite Fictional Characters From Major Book Series

I have read a lot of books, and have strong feelings on a lot of characters. However, there are 5 characters, one from each of the top 5 most popular series that I have read (‘Harry Potter’, ‘The Hunger Games’, ‘Twilight’, ‘Divergent’ and ‘The Shadowhunter Chronicles’) that I just purely hate. These characters, on the whole, are… Continue reading My Least Favourite Fictional Characters From Major Book Series

Book Reviews 2014 · Retelling of Fairytales Books · Young Adult Book Reviews

‘Beastly’ by Alex Flinn

I am a beast. A beast! Not quite wolf or bear, gorilla or dog but a horrible new creature who walks upright. I am a monster. You think I’m talking fairy tales? No way. The place is New York City. The time is now. It’s no deformity, no disease. And I’ll stay this way forever… Continue reading ‘Beastly’ by Alex Flinn

Book Reviews 2014 · Sci-Fi Books · Young Adult Book Reviews

‘The 100’ by Kass Morgan

No one has set foot on Earth in centuries – until now. Ever since a devastating nuclear war, humanity has lived on spaceships far above Earth’s radioactive surface. Now, one hundred juvenile delinquents – considered expendable by society – are being sent on a dangerous mission: to re-colonize the planet. It could be their second… Continue reading ‘The 100’ by Kass Morgan