Seton Girls (ARC) (Review)

The Seton Girls know what’s up! (From the front to the back) Yeah, we know what’s up! (From the left to the right) Yeah, we know what’s up! Because we’re Seton, and the Seton Girls know what’s up! Aaayyyyeee Seton Girls cheer, pg. 198, uncorrected ARC edition This book does contain some potentially triggering topicsContinue reading “Seton Girls (ARC) (Review)”

The Undead Truth of Us (ARC) (Review)

Yello’! I bring you good tidings from summer in the midwest also known as Satan’s front porch. To cool down on during this massive heat wave, I’ve been listening to some kewl jamz and reading books from the comfort of my A/C. Today’s bop is “Dangerously” by Charlie Puth. Definitely an underrated artist with amazingContinue reading “The Undead Truth of Us (ARC) (Review)”

Cake Eater (ARC) (Review)

Bonjour mon amour!! Today, we’re gonna talk about Marie Antoinette but through the lens of Black Mirror. “What book is this,” you say?…why Cake Eater, of course! For this post, our song is going to be “17” by Sky Ferreira. This song is only available on Youtube and Pandora, so no link today, sadly. CakeContinue reading “Cake Eater (ARC) (Review)”

Blood like Fate (ARC) (Review)

Hi! Today brings the second installment in my reviews of the Blood Like Magic duology. I’d definitely recommend reading my first post, which you can find here. Today’s hot jam is “Boyfriend” by Dove Cameron. I heard this song randomly while flipping through stations on my radio and I really liked it! This book containsContinue reading “Blood like Fate (ARC) (Review)”

The Honeys (ARC) (Review)

Buzz buzz! Welcome to another (very sporadic) post from yours truly! Today we’re looking at Ryan La Sala’s third novel The Honeys! This beautiful flowered cover gives big Midsommar vibes, and the fact that all the scaries happen in the daytime matches that feeling as well. A fun yet sinister song for todays read isContinue reading “The Honeys (ARC) (Review)”

Blood like Magic (Review)

Hello! Today I bring you the first review in a pair for Blood like Magic! As the name implies, there is indeed blood and also magic. Some potential TWs include but are not limited to: bloodletting (used to cast spells and such), talk of a drug addicted relative, death/murder, and others. Please consider yourself beforeContinue reading “Blood like Magic (Review)”

Never Coming Home (eARC) (Review)

Hi, hey, hello! You want a review, you say? Well. Fine. But first, my fave song of the moment: King by Florence + the Machine. Tbh, the whole Dance Fever album is amazing, but I guess you can start with this track first. Okay. So. Today’s post is about a exotic remote island getaway! AnContinue reading “Never Coming Home (eARC) (Review)”

The Witchery (ARC) (Review)

Welcome to another sporadic review from yours truly! Today we are looking at a POWERHOUSE debut by S. Isabelle. The Witchery is set to release July 26th, so be sure to add this title to your carts and watchlists! I gave you guys a song I’ve loved forever is “off the table” by Ariana GrandeContinue reading “The Witchery (ARC) (Review)”

Dead End Girls (ARC) (Review)

Back at it again with another tour post! This time, for a YA mystery/thriller! This book was a good time and I did enjoy it, but I must caution you, Dearest Readers, of the potential triggers found within: poisoning via medication, faking one’s death, manslaughter, body horror, homophobia, gaslighting, and others. Exercise caution. I will,Continue reading “Dead End Girls (ARC) (Review)”

Elektra (ARC) (Review)

Hello, hello, hello!I bring you a new review for Elektra, Jennifer Saint’s sophomore release that takes a look the Greek tragedy about the woman of the same name. Elektra herself is the daughter of Agamemnon [pronounced: ag-GAH-MEM-non) and Clytemnestra [c(lie)-TEM-nest-stra], the former who is the son of a man called Atreus [AY-tree-us or AH-tree-us, I’veContinue reading “Elektra (ARC) (Review)”

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