Spin The Dawn: Review

This book is so good! Honestly, the synopsis is enough to make me buy it, but when it was pitched as Mulan inspired, I thought no further. AND YET, saying that undermines how god the book is. The plot builds up fast and the world is so inviting, with its rich descriptions to the mysterious […]

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The Bridge Kingdom: Review

I picked this book solely because it had the enemies-to-lovers trope. I’ve read Danielle L. Jensen’s The Malediction Trilogy (expect book 3 which I’ve yet to finish). While both series are somewhat similar, I liked this one more. The world building is on a larger scale, across several islands/cultures, and that makes for an interesting […]

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The Wicked King: Review

At the end of Book 1 we see Jude and Cardan get into a magical bargain for 1 year and 1 day. At the start of the Wicked King, the time has fast forwarded to almost half that time. Jude’s and Cardan’s relationship has also evolved to a temporary truce of some sorts and Jude […]

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The Cruel Prince: Review

I first picked this book thinking it’s similar to ACOTAR. This was slightly similar but a whole lot of different, so I can’t actually compare the two. The book revolves around Jude, youngest of three sisters and identical twin of the second. She is determined and feisty. Her goals are well-established from the beginning of […]

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A Curse So Dark and Lonely: Review

I’m always ready to read a retelling of Beauty and the Beast, and this one did not disappoint. It’s very much based on the main source but the new elements and the modern twist blend in seamlessly. The characters are well developed and have distinct personalities which both clash and compliment each other to take […]

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