Lobizona a young adult fantasy novel by Romina Garber promises a story about a young Argentine discovering the truth of her heritage, but this novel is way more than that! Nothing in the blurb of Lobizona prepares readers for the rich and imaginative world that they’ll step into.Continue reading “Run with wolves in Lobizona by Romina Garber!”
We are now in the second half of Latinx heritage month, and I’ve finished one book on tbr. I may have gotten sidetracked by reading the Venatrix Chronicles (review to come), which has lots of action and adventure that I abandoned my current reads.
Blazewrath Games was amazing and immediately after I picked up Incendiary, but the novel wasn’t as fast paced as I liked so I then picked up Lobizona which was more my speed. As I’m slowly making my way through both novels, I’ve decided to share some of my favorite quotes from both.Continue reading “My favorite quotes from my current Reads”
Fall is officially here! And I know what you’re thinking- Umm, don’t you live in Southern California? Isn’t your fall nonexistent?
And you would be right.
In my part of the world, there’s not an abundance of leaves changing color or the need to bundle up. But that won’t stop me from getting into the seasonal spirit. And one way I do that is by reading some paranormal fiction!
So here is a list of books I would like to read during spooky season and for the rest of fall.Continue reading “Books to read this spooky season”
Blazewrath Games released last year (2020) and is author’s Amparo’s Ortiz debut. This novel is perfect for fans of fantasy, magic, chaotic besties, and most importantly-dragons!
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Leaves are falling, sunflowers are blooming, and the smell of pumpkin spice is in the air. Fall brings delicious snacks and the excuse to watch Over the Garden Wall.
But before Fall is officially on the calendar, there’s a special month-long celebration known as Latinx heritage month. Like many book bloggers, I’m going to dedicate this month to reading books by latinx/latine authors.
However, as we are on the eve of spooky season, I will also slip in some paranormal literature novels too.
Curious about the origins of Hispanic heritage month and why I emphasize this an Latinx celebration? Check out the page on the U.S government’s website.
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Deadass this story went from a sweet YA fantasy to gore and heartbreak in the last arc. What the hell. I have no words.Continue reading “The Raven and the Dove is darker than you may think”
Dystopia? Secret Librarian? Alien boyfriend? Say less?
A Sound of Stars is a dystopian YA novel with a demisexual black protagonist who has no choice but to be her own hero.Continue reading “The Sound of Stars needs a sequel”
Remember my previous reviews of Vampire academy where I confessed I could not finish the series? Well here’s my last review for the series.Continue reading “Why I stopped reading Vampire Academy”
If you have been following my Vampire Academy reviews then you know I have a love hate relationship with this series and luckily for my readers I’ll be posting my last two reviews for this series this week. You can expect my review of blood promise this Friday.
In the third installment of the Vampire Academy series Rose and Christian grant us that precious frenemy content I craved!Continue reading “The chaos twins are back-Rosemary and Christian team up again in Shadow Kiss”
Holly Black wrote a vampire novel?!
Holly Black is best known for The Folk of The Air Series, where a sad prince falls for a cunning human. This was the only series I’ve read of hers, but the Coldest girl in Coldtown has been on my tbr for a few years, and because I’m in a vampire reading mood, I decided to take the time to read it.Continue reading “Deliciously deadly: The Coldest Girl in Coldtown”