With my book blog and reviews, my aim is to share my thoughts on the books I’ve loved, and thus introduce as many incredible books to fellow readers and spark meaningful conversations/ effusive rants!
As a busy student, it is virtually impossible for me to write full-length, thoughtful reviews on all the books I’ve read, hence I normally prefer to publish those that I gave higher ratings of. (Also, I suck at roasting books without sounding like a hypocrite so 🤡)
If you would like to read my short (often full of raw screaming) reviews for ALL the books I read, inclusive of favourites and disappointments, please friend/follow me on Goodreads! 🥰
That being said, my reviews are where I voice out all my thoughts, both good and bad, but I am never disrespectful. My reviews also do not contain spoilers unless indicated so please read with ease. I hope that you’ll find some brilliant books for your tbr! ❤️
Click on the book titles to take you to the review, if they haven’t been hyperlinked yet, fret not, a review is in the writing!
YOUNG ADULT FANTASY
Daughter of the Moon Goddess
Sue Lynn Tan
Kylie Lee Baker
YOUNG ADULT HISTORICAL
YOUNG ADULT SCI FI
YOUNG ADULT CONTEMPORARY
The Poppy War (series)
She Who Became the Sun
Min Jin Lee
The Mountains Sing
Nguyễn Phan Quế Mai
ADULT GENERAL FICTION
Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982
I rate the books on a 5 star scale, please note that my ratings are subjective, and are not fixed, they can change with time and is just my personal take which would definitely differ from that of other reviewers!
I’m quite stingy with these perfect 5 stars but that means that if you see one, that book is absolutely brilliant and lives in my mind and heart rent free. 💖
I still consider 4 stars as an excellent meaning! This is for books which powerful messages and themes which resonated with me, apart from other elements. would highly recommend! ✨
I did enjoy this one, perhaps some elements displeased me, but as a whole, it was worth my time!
This book wasn’t bad, it probably got dry in the middle or i had some major issues with certain elements.
I didn’t like this one at all unfortunately, and would not recommend it to anyone… this is not to say that the book is trash, but simply that I’m not the correct audience.
I had difficulty completing the book and put it down. It may not be that it rocked me to sleep but sometimes because of triggering events or foul language used which made me uncomfortable… however I do believe in preserving and giving all books a chance.
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