One sunny title: Sunkissed by Kasie West @PRHGlobal #partner #BookReview #Sunkissed

GIFTED / Today I bring you my review for a book that I have read twice already. Once before it was released, and second time recently (read: this summer). I enjoyed it both times which is not surprise since Kasie West is one of my all time favourite authors. Sunkissed was published on May 4th […]

Disturbing but slow: Monsters Among Us by Monica Rodden (Book Review) @PRHGlobal #partner #thriller #Halloween #Blogtober

GIFTED / Today I decided to talk about a book I read recently. Even though it is marketed as thriller and it does have thriller elements, because of it’s writing style it reads slowly so I would say it is dark ya contemporary. Monsters Among Us was published on January 5th 2021 by Penguin, Crown […]

The one that didn’t stay with me: My Epic Spring Break (Up) by Kristin Rockaway @PRHGlobal #partner #Blogtober

GIFTED / Today I bring you my short review for a novel that I have read a (it feels like) lifetime ago. It was actually this summer, July to be precise. I made a mistake and didn’t review it shortly after I finished it so my review is very short and brief too. My Epic […]

My two cents on The Summer I Turned Pretty – season 1 #TheSummerITurnedPretty #Blogtober #SeriesReview

This summer I spent some of my free time watching The Summer I Turned Pretty. I liked the books (well, I liked the first two books and hated how the trilogy ended) so giving an adaptation a go wasn’t questionable to me. It took me most of the summer to finish the whole season, but […]

The one I had a hard time reviewing: The Falling Girls by Hayley Krischer (Book Review) @PRHGlobal #partner #thriller #Halloween #Blogtober

GIFTED / Today I want to talk about a book I finished a month ago, and that was hard for me to review bc while I was typing my words out I got sick. That was my lesson learned not to write while taking a bus ride. The Falling Girls was otherwise a good, entertaining […]

Important story done in an unusual way: I am Margaret Moore by Hannah Capin #BookReview @WednesdayBooks #Mystery

GIFTED / Today I want to talk about the book that was promoted highly before it was released earlier this year. I was lucky enough to receive a copy before the book hit the shelves, but was also unfortunate in sense o that I didn’t have enough time to read it. Now when I finally […]

It will end like this by Kyra Leigh book cover US edition, delacorte press

The First book I read in 2022: It Will End Like This by Kyra Leigh @PRHGlobal #partner #BookReview

GIFTED / Today I decided to post my first book review, and I think it is fair to talk about the very first book I have finished this year. Since I didn’t have much time to read and only managed to finish 4 books in January, I think there are chances I’ll cross/post on Book […]

If you could call your loved ones: You’ve Reached Sam by Dustin Thao #BookReview @WednesdayBooks

GIFTED / Today I am bringing you my review for a book I read several weeks ago. I was happy to see it was READ NOW on Netgalley. You’ve reached Sam comes out tomorrow, on November 2nd and it has 304 pages. Thank you Wednesday Books for giving me an opportunity to read and review […]

Three spooky books I read this October #Halloween #Horror #Paranormal #Books

Hi Everyone,It has been a while, probably over a month since the last time I wrote something for this blog. There were some scheduled reviews poping up, but I personally wasn’t active anywhere except on Goodreads, and I was pretty unactive there too.The reason for that: I feel like I never have time to just […]

Within These Wicked Walls book cover

Another retelling, but it’s a horror: Within These Wicked Walls by Lauren Blackwood #BookReview #BookBloggers #Horror @WednesdayBooks

GIFTED / I really enjoy retellings so I always look forward to discover new ones, especially if the retelling is witten in genre different then the original story, like it was the case with Within These Wicked Walls, where the author managed to make horror out of the love story (but if you ask me, […]