First Impression Friday: “The Once and Future Witches” by Alix E. Harrow

Why is it that library holds always come in all at once? I've been on the waiting list for the next five FIF posts for almost six months now, and of course they all came in at once. From GoodReads: In 1893, there's no such thing as witches. There used to be, in the wild, … Continue reading First Impression Friday: “The Once and Future Witches” by Alix E. Harrow

TTT: Books on My Fall 2021 To-Read List

Welcome back to Top Ten Tuesday, hosted as always by That Artsy Reader Girl! I haven't participated in a few weeks (mainly because I couldn't think of enough books for the last few weeks) but this one I've got an entire bookshelf full of books to talk about, so let's get started! I can't remember … Continue reading TTT: Books on My Fall 2021 To-Read List

Book Review: “Ninth House” by Leigh Bardugo

I read this entire book in a day, and I absolutely love it when books are just that fascinating enough to me nowadays. (Well, I guess it didn't help that I borrowed it from the library, forgot about it, and got an email saying my library hold was up in three days -- whoops.) I... … Continue reading Book Review: “Ninth House” by Leigh Bardugo

First Impression Friday: “The House in the Cerulean Sea” by T.J. Klune

I've been on the waiting list for this book at my local library since February, and it finally came in this past weekend. At this point, much like many of the other books I've been on the waiting list for months for, I've completely forgotten everything about it but remembered I put it on the … Continue reading First Impression Friday: “The House in the Cerulean Sea” by T.J. Klune

Book Review: Project Hail Mary” by Andy Weir

I basically ignored everything else in my life to finish this book the same day that I started it because it was that good. Project Hail Mary is everything I loved about The Martian, only better. I borrowed it from the library, but the moment it's available in paperback I will be buying it to … Continue reading Book Review: Project Hail Mary” by Andy Weir

First Impression Friday: “Ninth House” by Leigh Bardugo

This is another library book that I've been waiting on for a long time. From GoodReads: Galaxy “Alex” Stern is the most unlikely member of Yale’s freshman class. Raised in the Los Angeles hinterlands by a hippie mom, Alex dropped out of school early and into a world of shady drug dealer boyfriends, dead-end jobs, … Continue reading First Impression Friday: “Ninth House” by Leigh Bardugo

TTT: Books Guaranteed to Put a Smile On Your Face

Good morning and welcome back to this week's Top Ten Tuesday, hosted as always by That Artsy Reader Girl! This week's topic is books guaranteed to put a smile on your face, and I'm hoping that your sense of humor is just as weird as mine. So, without further ado, let's get into it! 1 … Continue reading TTT: Books Guaranteed to Put a Smile On Your Face

Book Review: “Ready Player Two” by Ernest Cline

Strap yourselves in and buckle up, kiddos, because you're about to go for a long ride. Wade Watts, also known as Parzival, has become the biggest troll in the universe. After winning Halliday's Easter Egg Hunt (along with his three friends, Samantha, Aech, and Shoto), he's become a multi-multi-billionaire overnight and has access to Halliday's … Continue reading Book Review: “Ready Player Two” by Ernest Cline

Three DNFs: “A Discovery of Witches,” “The Midnight Library,” and “The Great Circle”

I don't think I've DNF'd three books back to back before (or if I have, it hasn't been in recent memory), but there was just something about A Discovery of Witches, The Midnight Library, and The Great Circle that I couldn't get through. I did a First Impression Friday for A Discovery of Witches, which … Continue reading Three DNFs: “A Discovery of Witches,” “The Midnight Library,” and “The Great Circle”

First Impression Friday: “Ready Player Two” by Ernest Cline

Ready Player One was one of my favorite books when I first discovered it a few years ago - and then I read back through it a few years later and realized that it was actually incredibly misogynistic and the only reason people liked it is because of the insane amount of 80s references that … Continue reading First Impression Friday: “Ready Player Two” by Ernest Cline