Review | Heartless by Marissa Meyer

Summary Cath may be the greatest baker in all of Hearts. All she wants to do is open a bakery with her best friend and maid, Mary Ann. But Cath is also the daughter of a Marquess, and daughters of Marquess' do not start businesses with their maids. Daughters of Marquess' marry their King, if he… Continue reading Review | Heartless by Marissa Meyer


IMR | Heartless | A Not So Simple Answer

I'm currently reading Marissa Meyer's Heartless, a prequel to Alice In Wonderland that explains the history of the Queen of Hearts. In the story, Catherine, the future Queen of Hearts, lives in a pseudo-Victorian kingdom, where women are limited in their abilities, opportunities, and prospects. Her parents expect her to maintain her reputation and the reputation of… Continue reading IMR | Heartless | A Not So Simple Answer

10 Reasons Why I Refuse Cursed Child As Canon

I know I'm not alone in disbelief that Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is meant to be the long awaited Book 8. Spoilers will be present in this post so beware. (Though, let's be honest, tumblr has already spoiled the lot of it.) Also, I have not watched the stage production, and so there may… Continue reading 10 Reasons Why I Refuse Cursed Child As Canon

A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab

Pirates, magic, and multiple worlds, oh my! Summary Kell is one of the last Antari, people who can use blood magic and travel between the different Londons. There are four Londons, and while they may share the same name, they are vastly different. There's Grey London, where everyone speaks English and very few know of… Continue reading A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab

Review | Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare

I thought I wasn't going to read another Cassandra Clare book after The Infernal Devices. Why lie? (I apologize for the joke to those who are now hurting with a serious case of the feels. I know I am.) Summary Five years ago, Emma Carstairs found her parents murdered, soaking wet and covered in mysterious runes.… Continue reading Review | Lady Midnight by Cassandra Clare