historical fiction, Review Monday, young adult

Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco Review

My Rating: 4 Stars Genre: Historical Fiction- Murder Mystery Release Date: September 20, 2016 Publisher: Little Brown Books Recommendation: If you like historical fiction that doesn't dwell entirely on the actual events, you should give this a try     If you loved the most notorious serial killer there ever was, how would you cope? What is it about?… Continue reading Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco Review

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historical fiction, Review Monday, world war II, young adult

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak Review

    My Rating: 5 stars Genre: Historical Fiction Release Date: November 9th, 2007 (my edition) Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf Recommendation: Yes.     Would you sit and listen to Death if he told you a story? What is it about? I normally would write my own summary of the summary but I feel like I wouldn't do this book… Continue reading The Book Thief by Markus Zusak Review

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Aesthetically Pleasing Book Tag

Hello lovelies! Today is Tag Tuesday on my blog and I am going to be doing the tag I found on YouTube. Most of my tags I've found on YouTube because if I'm not blogging or reading I'm watching videos on YouTube :). This tag was from Book Syrup. The original video can be found here.… Continue reading Aesthetically Pleasing Book Tag

fantasy, historical fiction, Recommendation Saturday, world war II, young adult

Recommendation Saturday

Hello lovelies! Today is the second Saturday of the month and that means recommendations. The theme for today is going to be just general recommendations of probably my favorite books. So if you're sick of me mentioning Harry Potter I'll have it at the end 😛 What I recommend So as most of you may… Continue reading Recommendation Saturday

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Top 3 Genres

I always exclusively used to read fantasy books throughout most of my younger years. I was pulled into the vampire and werewolf craze that happened while I was in middle school thanks to Twilight. I couldn't read enough books about vampires and werewolves. However now that I am in my 20's I have vastly changed.… Continue reading Top 3 Genres

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Rapid Fire Book Tag

Hello Lovelives! I hope this Tag Tuesday finds you well! Today I'm doing a tag from GirlReading called Rapid Fire Book Tag. The idea of this tag is to answer without much thought, so the first answer that comes to mind is your answer. so here we go! E-Book or Physical Book? Physical books, I have an… Continue reading Rapid Fire Book Tag

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May Wrap up/ June TBR

Hello lovelies! On the 4th Saturday of every month I will be posting my wrap up for the current  month and my TBR for the next month. Now I had a very busy May, due to college graduation, finals, and spending time with my family. That being said I still managed to read more than… Continue reading May Wrap up/ June TBR

historical fiction, Review Monday, world war II

All the Light We Cannot See

My Rating: 5 stars Genre: Historical Fiction Release Date: May 6th 2014 Publisher: Scribner What would you do if you were blind during World War II? What is it about? All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr answers this bizarre question. The story follows two characters. Marie-Laure, a blind girl who lives with her father in Paris.… Continue reading All the Light We Cannot See