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Book Review: Iron Widow

“Men wants us so badly for our bodies, yet hate us so much for our minds.” While the boys of Huaxia dream of pairing up with the girls to pilot Chrysalises, giant robots that defeat the mecha ailens that lurk beyond the great wall where the girls dread it as they often die from mental […]

Book Review: Set On You

(Quote to be added) Crystal Chen has spend the majority of her life proving people wrong and learning to embrace who she is without changing for anyone else. She has built up a incredible fitness career shattering stereotypes and promoting body positivity as a curvy fitness influencer. Reeling from a recent breakup, she is ready […]

Book Review: She WHo BECAME THE SUN

“However tired I am, however hard it is: I know I can keep going, because I’m alive.” In 1345, China lives under harsh mongle rule and for the starving peasants of Central Plains, greatest is only found in stories.When the Choboga’s eight born son Zhu, is given a fate of greatness and while everyone is […]

BOok Review: The Girl WHO FELL BENEATH THE SEA

“Nothing extraordinary is ever done out of reason or logic, but because it’s the only way for your soul to breathe.” Not only have deadly storms impacted Mina’s homeland but bloody wars have ravished their lands leaving them very few resources. Her people believe that they have been cursed by the Sea God who was […]

BOOK review: The Map of Salt and Stars

“Stories are powerful, but gather too many of the words of others in your heart and they will drown out your own. Remember that.” The Map of Salt and Stars tells the stories of Nour and Rawaya, two refugees who share similar paths even if years apart from one another. Having lost her father, Nour […]

Book Review: Kamila KNows Best

“Shit. Was there supposed to be a Breakfast At Tiffany’s theme tonight?” Kamila Hussain lives a life of comfort. She is the go friend for advice especially with love, has a supportive network full of friends and family that care for her, access to all the bollywood parties that she wants, and a dog with […]

Book Review: A Magic steeped in poison

“Grief has a taste, bitter and lingering, but so soft it sometimes disguises itself as sweetness.” Nig couldn’t imagine things get any worse but unfortunately, they’re gonna get worse before they get better. Haunted and grief stricken over being responsible fro the death of her mother, an unfortunate accident that occurred with Nig brewing tea […]

Book Review #1

“I think I might fetch you the moon if only to spare your tears again.” To many, Alizeh is just a servant and a disposable one at that. But, what they don’t know is that she is really a heir to Jinn dynasty forced to hide in plain sight. She is also the one person […]

MAY TBR

Well, it’s a few days behind but better late than never! Here is my list for this month and I’m excited to share my picks with you. A Magic Stepped in Poison by Judy L. Lin Genre: Fantasy, Fiction, YA A Thousand Steps into Night by Traci Chee Genre: Fantasy, Fiction, YA Angelfall by Susan […]

April 2022

Here we go! Very excited for this month’s selection! The Boy From The Woods by Harlan Coben Genre: Fiction, Mystery, Thriller Dark Across The Bay by Ania Ahlborn Genre: Fiction, Mystery, Thriller, Erebus Dawning by AJ Super Genre: Adult, Fantasy, Sci-Fi A Fate Of Wrath & Flame by K.A. Tucker Genre: Fantasy, New Adult, Romance […]

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