Review: A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab

In a world where parallel universes exist, Kell is one of a very small remaining number of magicians that can travel between the different Londons. Existing in varying states of calm and chaos, Kell as the ambassador for Red London has the dangerous hobby of smuggling trinkets to those in other Londons. It’s a seemingly […]

Review: Why Not Me? by Mindy Kaling

Mindy Kaling returns with her second book, collecting more of her essays that are infused with her personality & insight. She discusses everything from Hollywood’s obsession with looks to her “weird as hell” relationship with B.J. Novak. Full of hilarious anecdotes, Why Not Me? takes a tongue-in-cheek look at everyday (and some not-so-everyday) anxieties and experiences. […]

Mini Reviews: Graphic Novels (September 2015 edition)

September means back to school for many and, unintentionally, this month’s graphic novels review features a lot of stories set in schools! I hadn’t even realized the tying theme until I started writing the reviews. So while you’re taking a break from homework, check out some of these fun reads – something for all ages! […]

Review: The Suffering by Rin Chupeco

In the follow up to Chupeco’s first spooky novel The Girl From the Well, Tark and his cousin travel to Japan when their friend and a ghost hunting crew go missing within the Aokigahara forest. Infamously known as the “suicide forest”, they must venture in and search for a village that exists in legends in order to rescue […]

Review: The Wild Oats Project by Robin Rinaldi

In her 40’s, Robin Rinaldi makes the decision that will change her & her husband’s lives. When her husband decides to get a vasectomy while Robin wanted children she proposes an arrangement. They would have an open marriage where she would move to her own place and see whomever she wants during the weekdays, and […]

Review: All It Takes by Sadie Munroe

Star Collins, a 19-year-old who has been living in the foster care system for the last 10 years, returns to her small hometown after finding out that her mother has passed away. As a hoarder, her mother had chosen her stuff over her daughter, and now Star is tasked with the job to clean out […]

Mini Reviews: Graphic Novels (June 2015 edition)

It’s been quite a few months since my last graphic novels review post but I’ve recently read some fantastic ones in the last month that I’m excited to share with everyone. SuperMutant Magic Academy | The Worrier’s Guide to Life | Batgirl, Vol 1 SuperMutant Magic Academy by Jillian Tamaki Originating as an online comic, Tamaki […]

Review: The Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty

Celeste has an ideal life in Sydney, with her handsome husband and three young daughters. Everything seems perfect until one day she accidentally comes across an envelope addressed to her from her husband, only to be opened in the event of his death. Curiosity gnaws away at Celeste as she debates whether to respect her […]

Review: Untrue Colors by Veronica Forand

Alex has fallen in with the wrong crowd when her talent for appraising art lands her in the cross-hairs of her criminal ex-boyfriend. Now on the run, she crashes a party at Professor Henry Chilton’s home and crashes right into his life. When she remarks upon one of his family heirloom paintings being a forgery, the […]

Mini Reviews: Graphic Novels (January 2015 edition)

New year and new graphic novels! I’ve been lucky to have started off 2015 with some great ones that I’m excited to share, even though some of these have been out for some time now. Lumberjanes | Strong Female Protagonist | The Wicked & The Divine Lumberjanes #1 by Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis, Brooke Allen […]

Mini Reviews: Graphic Novels (December 2014 edition)

For the end of the year, I’ve got a couple graphic novels that I finished recently which I really enjoyed. Finishing 2014 with some good ones! Skim | The Eternal Smile Skim by Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki Kim (aka Skim) and her friend Lisa are wannabe Wiccans who are part of the school body […]

Review: Choose Your Own Autobiography by Neil Patrick Harris

From child star to Renaissance man, Neil Patrick Harris has grown up before our eyes with some notable TV roles. His autobiography, told in the format of the old Choose Your Own Adventure series of books, tells his story of landing the iconic role of Doogie Howser to becoming the legendary Barney Stinson – and […]

Review: The Miseducation of Cameron Post by Emily M. Danforth

Cameron Post feels guilty when she finds out her parents just died in a car crash. Not because she thinks she caused it but because she’s relieved they’ll never find out she was kissing her childhood friend Irene earlier. Now under the care of her aunt and grandmother, Cameron must keep hidden her feelings towards […]

Mini Reviews: Graphic Novels (November 2014 edition)

It’s been a couple months since I last did a graphic novel mini reviews edition. Here are some of the ones I’ve read in the last few months! American Born Chinese | This One Summer | In Real Life American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang A boy, Jin Wang, moves to a new neighbourhood […]


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