Hello friends! I’m yet again breaking my hiatus to bring to you a review of this short dystopia that I enjoyed :”). Life’s been truly hectic and demanding this season, give me time to get back to comments and posts, but do let me know how you all are doing okay!Continue reading “Review: The Outlands by Tyler Edwards | Found Family and a Resonant MC Personal Voice packed into a Dystopia”
Hello everyone! I’m temporarily back from ghosting the blogosphere to share with you about these two books. I’ve evidently been busy and hope to stick to a schedule + read all your posts soon, thank you for sticking around! For now, I’m trying a different, more relaxed, bullet-point format with today’s reviews that I’ve seen many bloggers adopt, do let me know how it goes. 🤗Continue reading “Double Review: The Sixth Gate by K.T. Munson & A Touch of Death by Rebecca Crunden”
I LOVED The Hunger Games. It was one of those books that roped me into the YA genre and one that has shaped my reading life a lot! And everyone has been squawking: “Oh Divergent is the new Hunger Games!”, “You enjoyed The Hunger Games then read Divergent!” etc.
And so because I just needed more Hunger Games goodness (err that isn’t an appropriate word for killing children but you know what I mean), I picked up Divergent with sky-high expectations. I mean, I could see the obvious similarities of districts & factions and all but I think that is where the similarities ended. I was really disappointed. (who is surprised now, ugh hyped books)Continue reading “Review: Divergent by Veronica Roth | Nah, Hunger Games Supremacy Forever, How is this a Comparable Title?”