Review: Mad Love by Paul Dini, Pat Cardigan

Published by Titan Books, Mad Love is the novelisation of Mad Love and Other Stories, the Batman comic, an adaptation of Batman: The Animated Series (S.4, Ep.21). Essentially this is the origin story of the one, the only, the insatiable, Harley Quinn. Let's start at the very beginning... If you're going to have a prologue… Continue reading Review: Mad Love by Paul Dini, Pat Cardigan

Haul: Christmas 2018

I have a time christmas haul for you this year, because, shock horror I didn't ask for any books. The reason for this was that I got a new kindle this year, and am re-dedicating myself to the ebook life. However, I did get two lovely books from my friends. How to Stop Time by… Continue reading Haul: Christmas 2018

Book Tag: Emojis

I saw Michelle@ChellesBookRamblings, and thought it was short but sweet so decided to do it too. Rules: The rules for this tag are simple; pick five emoji’s (I'm going to pick the ones I se most often) and then pick five books that fit them. The Tag: 😂 [Laughing Crying Face]: Deadpool Does Shakespeare It's Deadpool… Continue reading Book Tag: Emojis

Book Review: Tower of Dawn

*This review will be SPOILER FREE for Tower of Dawn, not for the rest of the series though* Tower of Dawn is the sixth book in Sarah J. Maas' Throne of Glass series and follows Chaol and Nestyn as they travel to the Southern Continet, in search of allies and healers. If you haven't already… Continue reading Book Review: Tower of Dawn

Book Review: Empire of Storms

**SPOILER FREE for Empire of Storms, but NOT for the previous books** Is it just me who finds it easier to review books in paperback form? Well, that’s why this review is a hundred years late, because I did originally read this when it was released. Only now that I finally have a chance to… Continue reading Book Review: Empire of Storms

Review: Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody

*This review will be SPOILER FREE* Daughter of the Burning City is a standalone, YA, fantasy that takes place in an enormous city-like travelling carnival, known as Gomorrah. Our Protagonist, Sorina, is an illusionist with the power to create life-like illusions that you can hear, see, smell, touch, and has used this power to create… Continue reading Review: Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody

September TBR

It's September. It's September and I am not in school (or looking at going back to school soon), what is this madness. While I'm not in school, here are the books that I am hoping to read this month   Tower of Dawn (Throne of Glass #6) by Sarah J. Maas This is pretty much… Continue reading September TBR