Book Reviews

On this page you will find reviews for the books I’ve finished reading. I will attempt to include as wide a range as possible, but no promises.


A Thousand Nights


Alpha Goddess


Grace and the Guiltless

Madly, Deeply

Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda 

The 100 Society

The Accident Season

The Diamond Thief

The Fill-In Boyfriend

The Ghost Bride

The Girl on the Train

The Great Zoo of China

The Princess’s Dragon

The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender

The Thinking Woman’s Guide to Real Magic



A Court of Thorns and Roses:

1. A Court of Thorns and Roses

2. A Court of Mist and Fury

A Darker Shade of Magic:

1. A Darker Shade of Magic


4. Romancing Mister Bridgerton

6. When He Was Wicked

Castles Ever After:

3. When a Scot Ties the Knot

Cruel Beauty Universe:

1. Cruel Beauty

Death Sworn:

1. Death Sworn

Dorothy Must Die:

1. Dorothy Must Die

Elder Races:

1. Dragon Bound

9. Shadow’s End


1. Eon: Dragoneye Reborn

2. Eona: The Last Dragoneye


1. Darkfever


1. Traitor’s Blade

2. Knight’s Shadow

Kate Daniels:

8. Magic Shifts 

Lady Helen:

1.The Dark Days Club

Mercy Thompson:

1. Moon Called


1. The Final Empire

Prep School Confidential:

1. Prep School Confidential


1. Slave to Sensation

Red Queen:

1. Red Queen

Rogues of the Republic:

1.The Prophecy Con

Shattered Sea:

1.Half a King

Six of Crows:

1. Six of Crows 

The 5th Wave:

1. The 5th Wave

The Grisha:

1. Shadow and Bone

2. Siege and Storm

The Madman’s Daughter:

1. The Madman’s Daughter

The Waking Dreamer:

1. The Waking Dreamer

The Witchlands:

1. Truthwitch

The Winner’s Trilogy:

1. The Winner’s Curse

Throne of Glass:

2. Crown of Midnight

3. Heir of Fire

Vampire Academy:

1. Vampire Academy

Wolf Sirens:

1. Forbidden: Discover the Legend


3 thoughts on “Book Reviews

  1. Being an ardent reader can you enlighten us the transformation in reader’s taste and choice with age .Does a reader really “mature” with age?


    • My answer would be yes and no. Some people read the same types of books or the same authors all their lives. Others start with children’s fiction, move on to Young Adult and then more complex literature. Even if you read the same books all your life, as a reader it is possible to mature by viewing the books differently. For me, it is the way someone criticises the books they read that shows their maturity. But I guess most people stop reading the books that they read as children and mature in that sense too. It is also possible to mature as a reader by being more open towards all kinds of books, even within a genre. Ultimately though, age isn’t the factor that that decides a reader’s maturity, it’s how much they’ve read. Reading, like any other activity, takes practice and your tastes will develop only if you read more, to decide what you like and what you don’t.

      Hope that answers your question 🙂


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