Frostblood (Frostblood Saga #1)

I went into this one completely blind. As in I-walked-into-Chapters-and-asked-my-boyfriend-to-pick-a-book-for-me blind. But it was FREAKING AWESOME!!! It reminded me a lot of Eon, Graceling and Throne of Glass both in world building and character development. I won’t spoil too much of the book for you guys but, I was hooked right from the beginning. With…

Library at Mount Char

Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! On my day off from the world, I finished this beauty. This book messed with me in the most fantastic way! I don’t throw superlatives around lightly, but this book earned it. I’ve been attempting to write my review for this for literally 2 months now and between its…

Dark Inside (Dark Inside #1)

A brief synopsis of Dark Inside: Something something survival something humanity is bad blah blah blah darkness and death and an evil something psycho killers. Here’s the thing about me and horror: it’s not so much the content as the source that bothers me. Which is not to say I’m not terrified by scary things, because…

This is Not a Test/Please Remain Calm

This Is Not a Test by Courtney Summers isn’t a zombie book so much as a zombie-framing device used to explore the difficulties of making yourself vulnerable in front of someone- of communication pitfalls and the numbing effects of trauma. There are people that believe trauma builds character. Case and point for Hold Still by Nina…

The Girl with All The Gifts

Still Alice was the last of the books from my spontaneous shopping spree and I picked up books I’ve purchased, but haven’t gotten around to reading yet (I know, I’m terrible). They’ve honestly been on my to-read list since last year and like the hoarder I am, I just kept buying more books. I have…

Silence/Broken Silence

I bought both of these books a few days ago on a whim, feeling it was time to take a break from my new found horror *cough* Stephen King *cough* obsession. The story is told in two books and I settled down to devour the first one, Silence, just this morning.  Naturally, by the end…