• YA FANTASY,  YOUNG ADULT

    [BOOK REVIEW] Chain of Gold by Cassandra Clare (The Last Hours #1)

    “We do not get to choose when in our lives we feel pain,” said Matthew. “It comes when it comes, and we try to remember, even though we cannot imagine a day when it will release its hold on us, that all pain fades. All misery passes. Humanity is drawn to light, not darkness.” Finally. After having waited for over 6 years, when I first finished reading Clockwork Princess, Chain of Gold is here. After having read some things about the characters in already published books/novella’s in the shadowhunter chronicles, I was super stoked and ready to dive into this one and then hopefully fall in love with a new…

  • YA FANTASY,  YOUNG ADULT

    [BOOK REVIEW] Ice like Fire by Sara Raasch (Snow like Ashes #2)

    Wow okay, reviewing this one was quite the challenge haha. There are quite some contradictory feelings I’m experiencing after having just finished this book. I definitely have some remarks on this book, so I’ll be addressing those but of course I’ll also tell you about the things I enjoyed! Here we go! I buddy-read this book with my friends Isabelle & Candyce from the Book Dutchesses and you can read their review on the book HERE.  WARNING: This review may contain minor spoilers if you haven’t read the first book, Snow like Ashes, like the Synopsis down below and some things in the review maybe as well.  It’s been three months…

  • YA FANTASY,  YA RETELLINGS,  YOUNG ADULT

    [BOOK REVIEW] Blood and Sand by C.V. Wyck

    Even though it’s been a while since I’ve read this book, April 2018, I think this is one of those underrated YA books that I feel like needs way more love and attention. That’s why I decided to publish my Goodreads review on the blog. The one that I wrote in April 2018. I’ll basically put down the review as it was published on my Goodreads page, but I’ll add some nowadays insights as to how I feel about the book now as well. Sometimes, my opinion on a book changes over time when I’ve had more time to think on it etc. But this is one of those books…

  • YA FANTASY,  YOUNG ADULT

    [MINI REVIEWS] #7 and #8 of Ghosts of the Shadow Market by Cassandra Clare and others

    A friend of mine, Isa from the Bookdutchesses, was reading the Ghosts from the Shadow Market novella’s and was telling me about how some of the novella’s are linked to the TDA books. So by saying this she basically talked me into reading them as well asap. Originally, I was planning to read them when the entire printed book would be released in 2019. But she had me so excited that I decided to not wait any longer. So when I started reading these novella’s, I was really enthusiastic because of Isa’s enthusiasm and of what she told me about the novella’s already. And of course because of the character…

  • YA FANTASY,  YOUNG ADULT

    [MINI REVIEWS] #3 and #4 of Ghosts of the Shadow Market by Cassandra Clare and others

    As I said in my prior written article in which I’ve written down 2 mini reviews on #1 and #2 in the series: I’m always a bit skittish about the novella’s in the shadowhunter chronicles to be honest. Since Clare co-writes them with several other authors it sometimes – especially in the beginning with the Bane Chronicle novella’s – was really palpable you know? that she was co-writing these stories instead of writing everything herself. I was ‘missing’ something more often than not when reading some of the early novella’s. And I mean, as I said already; Especially when reading the Magnus Bane chronicles this was really palpable to me.…

  • YA FANTASY,  YOUNG ADULT

    [MINI REVIEWS] #1 and #2 of Ghosts of the Shadow Market by Cassandra Clare and others

    I’m always a bit skittish about the novella’s in the shadowhunter chronicles to be honest. Since Clare co-writes them with several other authors, it sometimes – especially in the beginning with the Bane Chronicle novella’s – was really palpable you know? that she was co-writing these stories instead of writing everything herself. I was ‘missing’ something more often than not when reading some of the early novella’s. And I mean, as I said already; Especially when reading the Magnus Bane chronicles this was really present to me. Some of those novella’s were a bit of a letdown, to be honest. When reading the Tales from Shadowhunter Academy I have to…

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