^If I disappear by Eliza Jane Brazier 2 Stars A lot of this book is just the main character Sera repeating that Rachel brought her there. I.e, by being her friend and that the podcast was their way of communicating even though she went full-on stalker mode on the podcast and Rachel’s social media just to get to the farm.
*Call Down The Hawk by Maggie Stiefvater 3 stars Honestly, I didn’t like the first 3/4s of the book. That was until Ronan and Hennessy leave with Bryde; from there, the book gets way better, plus all of the chaos really starts to happen.
*The Wolf And The Woodsman by Ava Reid 5 stars 10/10 and bonus points for Évike still being her own person at the end.
Hey everyone, happy new year thank you for staying with me for another year, and unlike last year, I won’t be making a promise of when I’ll be posting. A lot of things happened last year and, I have no doubt things won’t change this year as well.
*Final Girl Support Group by Grady Hendrix 3 starsGood, but the repetitive parts got boring.
*The Shadows Between Us by Tricia Levenseller 4 stars I like that thorough out the book, the characters assess how they feel about each other and how it’s done. Plus the drama at the end was interesting.
^Hocus Pocus by A. W. Jantha 3 stars This was good. Being set in the future, I thought they were going to change everything, but, I’m glad they didn’t. Having technology play a big part in this story was a great idea, and to me, this book is completely separate from the movie.