Brandon Sanderson is one of the best known and most loved modern fantasy writers. I finally got around to starting his Stormlight Archive series of epic fantasy books. Does it hold up?
Tweet Cute is a contemporary YA romcom novel from Emma Lord. It is silly, cheesy, and all around a lot of fun. Check out what I thought about this book and if you should add it to your summer TBR.
Recently, I’ve been reading a few different classics. I don’t think anyone cares what I have to say about them, so I won’t give them their own review. But I need content, so I’m wrapping them all up into one post.
I recently finished reading the first Mistborn trilogy. I don’t necessarily like doing individual reviews of sequels, so I wrapped up my thoughts on the whole series. Did it hold up to the hype?
Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng, now a Hulu series starring Reese Witherspoon, is a massive literary hit. I read it over the course of three days this Christmas. Was that because it was so good I couldn’t stop reading? Or because it was so bad I had to power through? Find out.
So many books are considered in the pantheon of fantastic pieces of literature. Some of those books I do not think deserve to be there. Here are the five books that I think are overrated.
I recently finished the Wheel of Time, so I jumped on the character tier list trend and ranked some of the main characters. This is part one, I’ll recap the bottom half of the list in a future post. What do you think about my list?
No series looms as large in my life as Harry Potter. It is responsible for so much of what is second nature to me now. For the first time in years, I’m re-reading the series and that led me to decide, once and for all, which ones I like best.
The Wheel of Time stands as one of the best and most-loved fantasy series of all time. Last year, I started reading it for the first time. Does it deserve the reputation it has? What did I love and what did I hate?
Jade City by Fonda Lee is a modern fantasy story set in an urban environment that combines martial arts and the mafia in a refreshing way.