Poetic language is certainly hard to master.
You need to be descriptive but not too complicated. Elegant with your words but simple enough for the imagery to flow and dance on the page.
One thing about poetry is just how subjective it can be.
Which makes reviewing it quite a challenge.
Continue reading “Chronicles of Chaos and Consonance by Kalybre the Eclectic”
I’m very nostalgic.
Even at 23 years old, I look back at my life quite often and see how different I’ve grown, how far I’ve come (or how far I’ve fallen, in some ways). It’s a bit dramatic, given that I’ve only just started my twenties and have so much ahead of me.
But I feel like everyone goes through this at each stage. Expecting so much from the future and getting to it, only to miss the past. Or at least that’s how I know a lot of people are.
That’s exactly what you get from Anna Hope’s Expectation.
Continue reading “Expectation by Anna Hope”
Zombies are my favourite horror creature.
I used to be terrified of everything ghost or spirit related, but as I’ve grown up, I’ve developed more of an appreciation for the undead and the apocalyptic world that comes with them.
Continue reading “The Young World by Chris Weitz”
Fantasy has always been my favourite genre to read. Especially YA fantasy.
From Becca Fitzpatrick’s Hush, Hush series to Lauren Kate’s Fallen series, my fantasy of choice would be worlds of angels and demons, of heavenly creatures fighting hellish monsters and the world that’s caught between.
Continue reading “Blog Tour: Hallow by Olga Gibbs”
For those who know me, I’m a big fan of social media and the internet. I practically spend my life on it and it’s something I easily relate to.
Continue reading “The Treatment – C. L. Taylor”
That’s one reason why I felt connected to this novel.
Romance novels aren’t my forte. I’m more of a YA or fantasy fan. Books are my escape and I find it more exciting to escape into worlds of fantastical creatures than worlds of cliche romances. I like different. I like spectacular.
So what a great start to my reviews than with a romance novel.
Continue reading “Match Me If You Can – Michele Gorman”