To say that I am a Game of Thrones fan is horribly inaccurate…..I am what you might call a super fan. It is known.
I am so sad that it is coming to an end after this season, and the wait for Winds of Winter is absolutely killing me—waiting for the next book is like suffering through The Long Night!
I know there are a lot of other fans out there of both the book series and the show, and I can’t tell you how excited I am to be partnering with BookTrib to share about this outstanding giveaway.
Raise your banners. Winter is here. BookTrib is preparing for the final season of Game of Thrones with the ultimate giveaway.
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As I have recently shared with you all, I only just got into audiobooks. I read—or rather listened—-to a few that I really liked and saw instantly that I could benefit from an Audible subscription.
One of the first books recommended to me was Circe. My sister highly recommended it and so did just about everyone on my Instagram poll.
I was eager to read this one because frankly it’s been everywhere and I have been dying to read it. Everyone said Perdita Weeks was a wonderful narrator so I was excited to use my very first Audible credit on this book! Continue reading “Review: Circe by Madeline Miller, Perdita Weeks (Narrator)”
This book was on my preorder list before I even finished the first book. The first book was unbelievable and stood out as a favorite thought out the year.
I loved the first book and couldn’t wait for the long year to pass before I was finally able to return to Daevabad. The world that the author created was rich, diverse, interesting, and above all the heroine, Nahri, was a force to be reckoned with.
In the days and weeks leading up to the release of this book, I thought briefly that I should go back and re-read the first book again, but decided against it since I was sure everything would come floating back to me without issue . Continue reading “Review: The Kingdom of Copper (The Daevabad Trilogy #2) by S.A. Chakraborty”
This book immediately caught my eye when it came across my desk for review. The cover is not only beautiful, but memorable and eye-catching. Plus it is marketed as a retelling of Beauty and the Beast.
I am of course a huge Belle fan and I was eager to jump on this one and made it my special Valentines Day read. Lately there has been a lot of interest in writing fairy tale retellings and I am one hundred percent on board with that!
The other thing that caught my eye was that it was more of a conventional retelling rather than having a modern twist or removing the ;magic’ from the story, this book stayed true to form by keeping the magic. Continue reading “Review: The Beast’s Heart by Leife Shallcross”
I have had this book pre ordered for months. I cleared my entire month of December to keep it open so I could read this behemoth.
If truth be told, I am not a huge Targaryen fan. I personally prefer the Starks but I was interested in some of the tantalizing questions this book promised to answer.
This book promises to answer what The Doom really was and the source of Daenerys’s dragon eggs.
Spoiler alert, I still don’t feel like I have answers to those questions but I did learn a lot about Westeros and the Targaryen empire. Continue reading “Review: Fire & Blood (A Targaryen History #1) by George R.R. Martin”