Title: Daughter of Sparta
Series: Daughter of Sparta #1
Author: Claire M. Andrews
Genre: YA, Mythology, Retellings
Published: June 8th, 2021 (Jimmy Patterson Books)
Hello readers, and welcome to another round of Mini Reviews, where I talk about some of the books I don’t write full length reviews for. It’s been a while since I did one of these posts! This installment, let’s chat about: Aru Shah and the City of Gold, Admission and Maybe This Time.Continue reading
Hello readers, and welcome to another round of Mini Reviews, where I talk about some of the books I don’t write full length reviews for. It’s been a while since I did one of these posts! This installment, let’s chat about: The Game, Wings of Fury and Yes No Maybe So.Continue reading
Most Awaited Releases – Winter 2021
Blogmas Day 14
Welcome to Day 14 of Blogmas 2020! I can’t believe this year is almost over! It’s been the longest year, but on the bookish front, we’ve had some pretty great reads. Looking forward to the next season, putting together this list of my most awaited winter releases (through April 2021) was easily the hardest one yet – there are simply so many amazing books to look forward to and limiting myself to ten was quite the task.
This review is one I have been both looking forward to and dreading writing all year. With The Tower of Nero being the last book in the Percy Jackson universe, it’s hard to believe this saga has finally come to an end and I swear, I haven’t felt this upset to say goodbye to a series since I finished Harry Potter.
Anyway, I knew I wanted to post this review on a special day, and what better day than today, my second blogversary! I started blogging as a hobby with no idea of how long I would have the motivation to keep going, but two years later, I’ve only grown more invested in it, and sitting down to write these posts is the part of my day I look forward to the most.
Title: The Tower of Nero
Series: The Trials of Apollo #5
Author: Rick Riordan
Genre: YA, Fantasy, Mythology
Published: October 6th, 2020 (Disney-Hyperion)
Hello readers, and welcome to Mini Reviews, where I talk about some of the books I don’t write full length reviews for: whether due to lack of time, or simply because I don’t have enough to say for something longer. This installment, let’s chat about four books: The Iliad, The Fire Queen, The Dead Queens Club & A Curse So Dark and Lonely.