Blog Tour | Review ― Violet Grenade by Victoria Scott (+ Giveaway)

My book reviewing skills are so rusty omg.

Mood: Still reeling from that Top Social Artist win.

!! potential spoilers ahead. read at your own risk !!

Violet Grenade 3d coverViolet Grenade
by Victoria Scott

Publication Date: 2 May 2017
Publisher: Entangled Teen

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DOMINO: A girl with blue hair and a demon in her mind.

CAIN: A stone giant on the brink of exploding.

MADAM KARINA: A woman who demands obedience.

WILSON: The one who will destroy them all.

When Madam Karina discovers Domino in an alleyway, she offers her a position inside her home for entertainers in secluded West Texas. Left with few alternatives and an agenda of her own, Domino accepts. It isn’t long before she is fighting her way up the ranks to gain the madam’s approval. But after suffering weeks of bullying and unearthing the madam’s secrets, Domino decides to leave. It’ll be harder than she thinks, though, because the madam doesn’t like to lose inventory. But then, Madam Karina doesn’t know about the person living inside Domino’s mind. Madam Karina doesn’t know about Wilson.Read More »

Blog Tour | Review ― Lost Girls by Merrie Destefano (+ Giveaway)

I always do this thing where I unconciously compare something with another thing I’m already familiar with, and somehow this “another thing” usually ends up being Tokyo Ghoul. It probably skews my opinion of the “something” but it just happens?? Like I’ll read something and my mind goes “hey, that sounds like something that could be in Tokyo Ghoul.

!! potential spoilers ahead. read at your own risk !!

lost-girls-3d-coverLost Girls
by Merrie Destefano

Genre: Young Adult, Mystery
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Expected Publication Date: 3 January 2017

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Fight Club meets Black Swan—Rachel wakes up in a ditch to find she doesn’t remember the last year of her life, and that everything—including herself—is vastly different than she remembers.

Yesterday, Rachel went to sleep listening to Taylor Swift, curled up in her grammy’s quilt, worrying about geometry.

Today, she woke up in a ditch, bloodied, bruised, and missing a year of her life.

She doesn’t recognize the person she’s become: she’s popular. She wears nothing but black.

Black to cover the blood.

And she can fight.

Tell no one.

She’s not the only girl to go missing within the last year…but she’s the only girl to come back. She desperately wants to unravel what happened to her, to try and recover the rest of the Lost Girls.

But the more she discovers, the more her memories return. And as much as her new life scares her, it calls to her. Seductively. The good girl gone bad, sex, drugs, and raves, and something darker…something she still craves—the rush of the fight, the thrill of the win—something she can’t resist, that might still get her killed…

The only rule is: There are no rules.Read More »

Blog Tour | Review ― In The Beginning: Dark Retellings of Biblical Tales

It’s only after I finished the third story that I realised I might have run into a problem: My thoughts regarding the past three stories are all different so how am I going to go about rating this anthology?


In The Beginning: Dark Retellings of Biblical Tales
by Stephen Clements, Nicole Crucial, Mike Hays, Sharon Hughson, Marti Johnson, Elle O’Neill, Lora Palmer, Christina Raus
, Laureen Cantwell (editor), Georgia McBride (editor)

Genre: Young Adult, Retelling, Anthology

Publication Date: 25 October 2016

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In the Beginning (Oct. 25, 2016) – Eight authors come together to build a powerful collection of dark young adult short stories inspired by the mysteries, faith, and darkness found within the Bible. Old Testament and New Testament, iconic and obscure figures alike are illuminated, explored, and re-envisioned throughout this charity anthology from Month9Books.

In The Beginning, ed. Laureen Cantwell and Georgia McBrideRead More »