Title: The BeautifulAuthor: Renee AhdiehPages: 448Genre: YA Paranormal Romance/Historical FictionPublication Date: 10/8/19Rating: 4/5 It's easy to lose sight of what's real when you're lost in the stars. Synopsis: In 1872, New Orleans is a city ruled by the dead. But to seventeen-year-old Celine Rousseau, New Orleans provides her a refuge after she's forced to flee … Continue reading Renee Ahdieh – The Beautiful Review
It's so weird to think that July is over, and it's the first day of August. Where did the summer go? Last time I blinked, I swear it was May, and now we're once again in back-to-school season. How does that happen? My August TBR was...interesting trying to put it together - since I'm moving, … Continue reading Stephanie’s August TBR!
Hey everybody! My life has been crazy the past few weeks! I found out that I’ll be moving, so it’s been a rush to get everything together and packed up and set in place for me to leave Ohio in two weeks! Crazy right? Well, I’m back this week with another book tag, because you … Continue reading The ‘I Should Have Read That Book’ Book Tag
Title: Eat, and Love YourselfAuthor: Sweeney Boo, Lilian KlepakowskyPages: 160Genre: Graphic NovelPublication Date: April 21, 2020Rating: 4/5 Synopsis: A story about Mindy, a woman living with an eating disorder who has to learn how to love herself again. In pursuit of the perfect body, Mindy buys the low-fat diet products and the glossy magazines which … Continue reading Eat and Love Yourself – Review!
My January didn't go quite to plan, and unfortunately I didn't meet my month's reading goal of 12 books, but I think that my month was a much needed relaxing break, and I'm ready to get back into the swing of things in February! I did read some really great books this month though, and … Continue reading January Wrap Up & February TBR
Title: City of Girls Author: Elizabeth Gilbert Pages: 470 Genre: Historical Fiction Publication Date: June 4, 2019 Rating: 5/5 “In my experience, this is the hardest lesson of them all. After a certain age, we are all walking around this world in bodies made of secrets and shame and sorrow and old, unhealed injuries. … Continue reading Ravenclaw Review – City of Girls
Hey everyone! 2020 is shaping up to be a WONDERFUL year of books! There are so many books coming out this year that I can't wait to read! Will I get to all of them? Probably not this year, but hopefully along the way I will! Here are my most anticipated books coming out in … Continue reading Ravenclaw – Most Anticipated Reads Pt. 1
I received ARCs for this series through Netgalley, and I've been really excited to share my thoughts with you all! This series follows several friends as they find romance in unlikely situations. I'm going to take you through my opinions book by book, and then give you an overall review at the very end! Title: … Continue reading Mini Ravenclaw Reviews – Sometimes In Love Trilogy
My TBR for April took me quite a while to figure out, because the criteria for Reading Rivalry this month took me pretty far outside my comfort zone. However, I think I finally have a complete list, that hopefully I'll actually stick to this month! Reading Rivalry Criteria: 1. Author Highlight (Neal Shusterman, Gillian Flynn, … Continue reading Ravenclaw TBR – April 2019
Hey everyone! Today is my twenty-third birthday, so I thought I would celebrate with all of you by posting my twenty three favorite books, and a little about why I love them so much! These will be in no particular order, so don't think I'm ranking these in any way! A Court of Thorns and … Continue reading Ravenclaw Recommends – 23rd Birthday Edition!