Biblioshelf Musings: These Divided Shores

Hello Bibliofriends! This week's Biblioshelf Musing is 'These Divided Shores' by Sara Raasch which is the sequel to 'These Rebel Waves'. I first read TRW when it arrived in the August 2018 Mutinous Pirates Fairyloot box. At first, the series wasn't quite what I was expecting as the pirates were more riverboat looters (Stream Raiders)... Continue Reading →

Friday 56 – A Curse So Dark and Lonely

Happy Friday Bibliofriends! The weekend is finally here and it’s Friday 56 time. After receiving A Curse So Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer in Fairyloot's February 'Beast and Beauty Box', I aimed to take part in their readalong (you can access their blog here), however as with all good intentions, work seemed to get in the way!... Continue Reading →

FairyLoot February Unboxing – Twisted Tales

*Spoliers ahead!* The following post contains spoilers about the items contained in February’s FairyLoot box so tread carefully if you don’t want to spoil the surprise! The very minute the theme 'Twisted Tales' for this box was unveiled, I was super excited! It had ‘dark fairy tales’ written all over it and not most because... Continue Reading →

Everless – book review

Everless by Sara Holland Published 4th January 2018 by Orchard Books 368 pages Rated: 5/5 Blood-irons “Time is a prison. She is the key.” This book felt like it bled me dry - pun definitely intended! I binge read it in a couple of days and am waiting on tenterhooks for book 2! I received... Continue Reading →

Beauty of the Wildfire

Wicked Like a Wildfire by Lana Popović Published: August 2017 by Katherine Tegen Books Pages: 405 ‘Wicked Like a Wildfire’ was beautiful both inside and out. From the moment it revealed itself from my black Fairyloot bag as part of the Otherworlds box, my hopes and expectations were sky high and for me – it... Continue Reading →

Wicked Wicked to the core…

A Daughter of the Burning City review Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody Published by Harlequin Teen Hardcover edition, 384 pages This book was featured in the July Tricksters box from Fairyloot and is the debut novel from Amanda Foody.   Cover I know you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, however... Continue Reading →

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