Thursday, May 24, 2018

Esme's wish

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Saturday, May 12, 2018

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018

The Night Circus Review

Title: The Night Circus
Author: Erin Morgenstern
Page Count: 387
Chapter Count: I'm not really sure. Around 70 plus maybe. There are 4 main parts to the story.
Format: Hardback, old library book
Genres: Fantasy
Setting: Changes between towns and the circus. Set in the late 1800s and early 1900s
Published: 2011
Publisher: Doubleday, a division of Random House
ISBN: 978-0-385-53463-5


The circus arrives without warning. No announcements precede it, no paper notices plastered on lampposts and billboards. It is simply there, when yesterday it was not.

Within these nocturnal black-and-white-striped tents awaits an utterly unique experience, a feast for the senses, where one can get lost in a maze of clouds, meander through a lush garden made of ice, stare in wonderment as the tattooed contortionist fold herself into a small glass box, and become deliciously tipsy from the scents of caramel and cinnamon that waft through the air.

Welcome to Le Cirque Des Reves.

Beyond the smoke and mirrors, however a fierce is underway---- a contest between two young illusionist, Celia and Marco, who have been trained since childhood to compete in a "game" to which they have been irrevocably bound by their mercurial masters. Unbeknownst to the players, this is a game in which only one can be left standing, and the circus is but the stage for a remarkable battle of imagination and will.

As the circus travels around the world, the feasts of magic gain fantastical new heights with every stop. The game is well under way and the lives of all those involved---the eccentric circus owner, the elusive contortionist, the mystical fortune-teller, and a pair of red-headed twins born backstage among them---are swept up in a wake of spells and charms.

But when Celia discovers that Marco is her adversary, they begin to think of the game not as a competition but as a wonderful collaboration. With no knowledge of how the game must end, they innocently tumble head first into love. A deep, passionate and magical love that makes the lights flicker and the room grow warm whenever they so much as brush hands.

Their masters will pull the strings, however, and this unforeseen occurrence forces them to intervene with dangerous consequences leaving the lives of everyone from the performers to the patrons hanging in the balance.

Both playful and seductive, The Night Circus,  Erin Morgenstern's spell-casting debut, is a mesmerizing love story for the ages.


Let me say first you all can feel free to disagree with me. It won't hurt my feelings a bit. Secondly, I want to apologize from the bottom of my heart for not having written anything in awhile. I will try my best to update with something at least every other week if I can't do every week. We recently found out that we are expecting a baby boy in June, so things may get a little more difficult and hectic from here on out. If I don't update like I should I am so so so sorry.

Review Time:

I couldn't finish this book at all. It was way too wordy for me to even try to attempt to finish it. It also gave me a fairly nice headache everytime I tried to read more on it, and i'm not sure if it was just the way it was written, with the story jumping all around all the time, or if it was just the print of the book. Now please don't get me wrong, I did try my best to finish reading the book, and one day I may go back and try to read the book again and redo this review. As for now, I just couldn't finish the book, no matter what I tried I couldn't get passed page 100 something. I'm sure if I was able to finish the book, it would have been an ok read. Probably not in my favorites list, but it would have been an ok book. Sadly though I had to DNF this book somewhere in the middle of the book. It was just way too slow and wordy for me. It seemed almost like word vomit that jumped all around the place and was in novel form. If you like to read the book then by all means please do, but it just wasn't my cup of tea. I would suggest though if you aren't sure if your going to like it then borrow from a friend or the library. If you absolutely have to buy I would check thrift shops first so you aren't out a ton of money if you don't like the book. These are my thoughts and mine alone. I admit I would have probably liked the book a whole lot more if there had been any form of a love story too it. I know its supposed to be about magic and love but I couldn't find that with all the other words clogging up the story.


I can't give this book a fair rating because I never finished it. With that being the case I am giving it a 0 because I DNF'd the book. I will let you guys make up your own mind about it though.

Author Bio:

Erin Morgenstern is a writer and a multimedia artist who describes all her work as "fairy tales in one way or another." She lives in Massachusetts.

Next Read: House of Echoes by Barbara Erskine

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Bloug Tour for Hamster Princess Whiskerlla

Disclaimer: First off let me apologize for the lateness of this post. It was supposed to go up January 31st, but something happened and it didnt post for me. I had to retype it, but anyways heres the review.


A funny, feminist twist on the Cinderella fairy tale for fans of fractured fairy tales

Princess Harriet Hamsterbone is not the kind of princess who enjoys fancy dresses or extravagant parties. Cliff-diving, fractions, and whacking people with swords are more her thing. So when she's forced to attend a boring ball in honor of a visiting ambassador, Harriet is less than thrilled--until a bewitchingly beautiful stranger arrives. Who is she? And where did she come from? The mystery leads to a not-so-wicked stepsister, an incontinent lizard, and a fairy's spell that's really more of a curse. Luckily, Harriet knows a thing or two about curses...

Smart, funny, and filled with swashbuckling adventure, book five in the critically acclaimed Hamster Princess series is a hilariously re-told fairy tale for the modern age.

Review: I love this story! Its so cute and such a short read for kids. This one is the fifth story i believe, and its made me want to track down the others to read. Ursula Vernon knows how to weave a wonderous tale. To be honest the story kinda reminds me of Cinderella, especially the cover art of the book. I think my absolute favorite part of the book has to be the pictures and the thought bubbles the characters have.

Author Bio: Ursula Vernon is an award winning author and illustrator whose work has won a Hugo Award and a Nebula Award, and been nominated for thr world fantasy Award and an Eisner. She loves birding, gardening, and spunky heroines. She is the first to admit that she would make a terrible princess. Her website is

Friday, December 15, 2017

Shiver (The Wolves of Mercy Falls Trilogy #1)

Title: Shiver 
Author: Maggie Stiefvater
Genre: Ya fiction, Fantasy
Publisher: Scholastic Press
Published: 2009
Chapters: 67
Pages: 390

Summary: the cold.

Grace has spent years watching the wolves in the woods behind her house. One yellow-eyed wolf her wolf watches back.

The heat.

Sam has lived two lives. As a wolf, he keeps the silent company of the girl he loves. And then, for a short time each year, he is human, never daring to talk to Grace....until now.

The shiver.

For Grace and Sam, love has always been kept at a distance. But once it's spoken, it cannot be denied. Sam must fight to stay human and Grace must fight to keep him even if it means taking on the scars of the past, the fragility of the present, and the impossibility of the future.

Review: It has been forever since i've read this book so I'm just going off memory here. I do have the book sitting beside me though. I really loved this book. Granted i love stories about wolves and vampires and things. This book was an absolute fantastic read. I really need to get with it and read the next three in the series though. I'm not sure if i have a favorite part of this book. I guess when they first meet is my favorite, but im honestly not picky. It was a really good read and one of my favorite books. I will also have a review up soon on my youtube channel, as soon as i can get my mini book tour filmed and posted, i will work on book reviews.

Rating: I would give this book a 3 on my rating scale. On a normal scale i would give it around a 4.5 to 5 since its so good. 

Author Bio:

Maggie Stiefvater is the author of Lament: The Faerie Queen's Deception and a sequel, Ballad: The Gathering of Faerie. Cynthia Leitich Smith, author of Tantalize, called Maggie's writing "musical, magical, and practically radiating romance....perfect for engaging sharp minds and poetic hearts." Maggie lives in rural Virginia with her husband and their two children. You can visit her online at www.maggiest

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Important Announcement

I have found that i want to start a booktube and kust see where it goes. I just want to have fun with it. My question being, who would watch if i did and do you think a video of me organizing and cleaning my book room would be a first good video after an introduction one?

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

The Night Realm Blog Tour

The Night Realm
Annette Marie
(Spell Weaver #1)
Published by: Dark Owl Fantasy Inc.
Publication date: October 20th 2017
Genres: Adult, Urban Fantasy
Clio is good at all sorts of things. As a nymph, she’s great at outdoorsy nature stuff. As a nymph living in exile, she’s got the “blending in with humans” thing down pat. As a nymph living in exile because she possesses the rare ability to mimic magic, she’s had to pick up some unique survival skills.
But stealing from the most dangerous spell weavers in the Underworld? Not so much.
Unfortunately, that’s exactly what she has to do to earn a ticket back home. Conning her way into the night realm may have gone pretty well, but now she’s got a new problem. His name is Lyre and he’s a sinfully alluring incubus, a dangerously skilled spell weaver, and the only thing standing between her and stealing some damn magic.
Maneuvering around him without blowing her cover shouldn’t be that difficult, but chaos has been dogging her every step, monsters hide behind beautiful faces, and Lyre keeps saving her neck even though they’re enemies. Kind of enemies? Either way, her mission is getting complicated fast, and in the Underworld, even one mistake could prove fatal.

Review: I really enjoyed reading this book. So thank you to Xpresso Tours for sending me a copy. If you love  fantasy then this book is for you. I find that I can relate to Clio somewhat. I really can't wait to read the next in the series. I hope you guys enjoy this book as well i as i did. Let me know in the comments if this is something you'll consider reading.

Goodreads / Amazon

Author Bio:
Annette Marie is the author of the Amazon best-selling Steel & Stone series, which includes Goodreads Choice Award nominee Yield the Night, and fantasy trilogy Red Winter. Her first love is fantasy, but fast- paced urban fantasy and tantalizing forbidden romances are her guilty pleasures. She lives in the frozen winter wasteland of Alberta, Canada (okay, it's not quite that bad) with her comparatively sensible husband and their furry minion of darkness—sorry, cat—Caesar. When not writing, she can be found elbow-deep in one art project or another while blissfully ignoring all adult responsibilities.


Esme's wish

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