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Audiobook Review: Murder of Crows by Anne Bishop

Let me just start this review by stating that I ADORE THIS SERIES. I loved Written in Red but this book solidified my love for the beauty and brutality of The Others and the world of Thasia. I have actually listened to this months ago and since I'm the queen of procrastination, I'm only writing my review now. Mostly because I am pumping myself up for the release of Vision in Silver, which I heard was another winner! I pre-ordered the audiobook and I can't wait! First and foremost, this book … Read More...

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Review: Ashes to Ashes by Jennifer Han and Siobhan Vivian

Warning: there will be a lot of cussing involved in this review, because I am pissed off as hell. I’ll try to keep it as spoiler-free as possible, but I cannot give any guarantee about the cussing. My mind is on fire, and the need to vent is insanely banging the insides of my stone-cold […]


The Seven Deadly Sins Tag

Sorry for the week-long silence everyone. We moved to a new (and better) host and had to wait until the migration is done before we can blog. To top all that, I started a new job (yay) but right at the same time, I got sick so it has not been an easy week trying […]


Review: Little Peach by Peggy Kern

This is a short book, but damn, does it pack a lot of punch. And feels. I’ve always known forced prostitution was and is a rampant problem. Not only does it happen in third-world countries where the poor are tricked and lured into this degrading and disgusting trade, but even women and children in first-world […]


2014 End of the Year Book Survey!

This survey was originally created by Jamie @ The Perpetual Page-Turner. This is the first time I’m joining in so I’m quite excited to get started! Reading Stats: Number Of Books You Read: 152 (this is not accurate though, I still need to add some books I’ve read on GR) Number of Re-Reads: 6 Genre You […]


Review: Dangerous Boys by Abigail Haas

As I’ve mentioned on my previous post, I have quite a few review copies that need reviewing. I’ve read some of them awhile ago but I just didn’t have time to review because of my crazy school load. Now that I’m on break, my goal is to review them as much as I can, especially […]


Musings: When real life ruins your blogging life…

I am alive!   And I survived my first semester of grad school (with flying colors too ^.-)! It’s sad how I’ve become that cliché of a blogger who suddenly disappears from the blogosphere without any word. In my defense, I’ve somehow signed myself up to one of the busiest program in the planet. I couldn’t […]


Review: Once Perfect by Cecy Robson

Don’t mind the huge guy in a black wifebeater and cheesy matching beanie just standing there hanging around with his hands down his pockets and his neck bulging with muscles. Also don’t mind the 1990s Word-artish lettering of the title, and the fact that the author’s name is written in a smaller font size so […]


Review: Definitely, Maybe In Love by Ophelia London

I went into this blind, not knowing that the story was based on Pride & Prejudice (I didn’t read the blurb, so sue me), but, ahem, I caught on pretty quickly. And here’s where I reluctantly admit that the reason I recognized it is NOT because I’m a fan of the classics. Before Amir rats […]