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Unboxing: Illumicrate August 2018

I'm back! After my brief attempt at booktube (which I actually really enjoyed!), I've realised that I much prefer blog posts to videos. They help me get my point across more accurately and thus are quicker to type and post than preparing for and editing a video is. I love book subscription boxes but I… Continue reading Unboxing: Illumicrate August 2018

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Unboxing: Adventures in Ketterdam Candle Box

Hello lovely readers! I come to you today with my January (yes, I know it's March) unboxing of the Adventures in Ketterdam candle box by FlickTheWick. I am a very big fan of the Six of Crows duology and it's one of the few series I can reread and still enjoy so when I saw she… Continue reading Unboxing: Adventures in Ketterdam Candle Box

Books, Reviews

Review: Forest of a Thousand Lanterns

The book in 3 words: Rise to Power. Descent. Stars: ★★★★★ 5/5 - Loved it! Core Name of book Forest of a Thousand Lanterns Author  Julie C. Dao Series Rise of the Empress #1 Published October 2017 Format Hardback Source Fairyloot November 2017 box Synopsis "Eighteen-year-old Xifeng is beautiful. The stars say she is destined… Continue reading Review: Forest of a Thousand Lanterns

ASeriesAMonth2018, Books

#ASeriesAMonth2018

I admit my sin: I haven't read much in the past few years, what with starting University and having some health issues. BUT this year I've rediscovered my love for reading and I'm looking for a way to push myself! As such and because I seem to have not read all the series everyone is… Continue reading #ASeriesAMonth2018

Books, Reviews

Review: The Language of Thorns

The book in 3 words: Fairytales. Magic. Darkness. Stars: ★★★★★ 5/5 - Loved it!  Core Name of book The Language of Thorns: Midnight Tales and Dangerous Magic Author Leigh Bardugo (writer) and Sara Kipin (illustrator) Series N/A but part of the Grishaverse Published Sep 2017 Format Hardback with exclusive Fairyloot red foil Source Fairyloot October 2017… Continue reading Review: The Language of Thorns