BOOK REVIEW: Hunting Prince Dracula, by Kerri Maniscalco ~ And they say sequels are disappointing… Not this time folks! *SPOILERS & DISCUSSION*

“However, grieving or being affected by something doesn’t make you weak, Wadsworth. Sometimes strength is knowing when to tend yourself for a bit.” ~Thomas Cresswell, Hunting Prince Dracula All bookworms have faced this dilemma: keep up reading a series or stop because the sequels tend to be disappointing most of the times? I couldn’t be…

FAVOURITES OF MARCH 2018

Hey awesome nerds and happy April Fool’s Day! Hope you didn’t play to many practical jokes… 😏 If someone asked me to describe how March was, all I’d be able to think of would be WEIRD! Too many stuff going on, too many responsibilities, a thesis that seems like it’s never gonna end, a lot of…

BOOK REVIEW: The Last Namsara (Iskari, #1), by Kristen Ciccarelli ~ I thought of DNFing it more than 5 times! *SPOILER FREE*

Some stories are too dangerous to be told… Too bad that’s not the feeling I got while reading Kristen Ciccarelli’s debut novel, The Last Namsara, the first instalment in the Iskari trilogy. Hello awesome nerds and welcome back to the last bibliorambling of the month. Back in November 2017, I received this seemingly amazing novel with FairyLoot’s November Box, Ladies That…

BOOK REVIEW: This Savage Song (Monsters of Verity, #1), by V. E. Schwab ~ The most addicting novel I read those past few months! *SPOILERS & DISCUSSION*

Hello my innocent souls and welcome to a quite lethal book review; for monsters are wandering all around us, sometimes pretending they’re humans, just like us! Back in the summer of 2017, when I first became a member of the FairyLoot community, I was lucky enough to win in the giveaway that’s hosted every month during the #FairyChat,…

February Wrap Up

Hi awesome nerds and welcome to the second Wrap Up of 2018! February was a very, VERY busy month, and since my TBR list was extremely ambitious, I didn’t manage to read as many books as I had planned. On the positive side though, I pretty much enjoyed every one of the books that I read, some more…