“The ghosts will stay. Just like your numbers. Just like my scars. Just like our pain. But you don’t have to be afraid of them… Remember and be rendered.”
“Don’t feel bad for one moment about doing what brings you joy.”
Honestly, the thought of writing this review was really daunting. A Court of Thorns and Roses is one of my favorite books of all time, and the ACOTAR series is my favorite series of all time aside from Harry Potter. This book inspired me in all ways, especially in regards to my own book. I read Sarah J. Maas’ books when I was going through a hard time in high school and was suffering from anxiety and depression. I even took ACOTAR with me to my college orientation to calm the anxiety I was feeling. Basically I owe these books and this gorgeous author a whole lot and I wanted to write a review that truly did it justice.
Spoilers below 🙂
It says a lot when I still love a city even when it’s -15 degrees fahrenheit. My dad and I have been to Chicago more times than I can count, but never in the winter. Despite the arctic temperatures, Chicago has so many things to offer and the cold shouldn’t stop you from visiting the Chi-Town essentials!
*Ashland Creek Press sent me these books in exchange for review but that in no way influences my opinions on the novels!*
* My lovely friend and author K.T. Munson gave me a free copy of this book to review but that in no way influences my opinions on the novel!*
When I first heard about “Kong: Skull Island,” my first thought was “Why the Hell are they making another King Kong movie.” And I wasn’t the only one– in fact, no one would see it with me because they thought the movie would simply be a remake of the 2005 version. However, after watching the trailer, I was dying to see it. I liked the Peter Jackson 2005 King Kong movie, but I was absolutely blown away with “Kong: Skull Island.”
February wasn’t that good of a reading month for me, but I’m hoping to read more next month!
“Remember… It’s only a game.” This book was the @booktasticbeasts February book of the month and I loved it!
Definitely had a few issues, but I ended up really enjoying it and it exceeded my expectations.
“She hated the way roses smelled, their sweetness too fragile. She wanted a garden of evergreens. A garden of stones. A garden of swords.”