My bookish and blogging goals for 2022!!
Die With Zero definitely isn’t my usual type of read. I’m generally a fiction reader, so this was a change of pace for me and I found it a little more difficult to get into. Since this is a non-fiction/self-help type of book, I won’t be reviewing in my usual categories of setting, characters, and plot. Instead, I’ll be reviewing based on what this book has shown me and how it has benefitted me for the future.
Crowns of Croswald was such an interesting book to read about. The magic system and world-building were really cool to see and I enjoyed getting to know the characters. I have to admit that I was quite confused at the beginning because nothing was explained very well, however, I managed to figure out the world-building and a bit of how it works by the middle of the book.
As someone who isn’t super into sci-fi, I was a little worried about this read and how I would enjoy it. The synopsis sounded like my cup of tea, and I was pleased to see that it actually was while I was reading the book.
This tag is something I’ve been wanting to do for quite a while. Let’s talk about my reading journey and the book that started it all!
I think everyone knows that as book readers, villains play some of the most important roles in our favorite stories. This is especially true in fantasy novels and I usually find myself loving certain qualities of a villain and how they decide to rule the world. So let’s talk about the villains that I’d conquer the world with!
Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo was a complete rollercoaster. I have to admit that I didn’t know what to expect going into this book, however, Bardugo’s Grishaverse had me hooked so I did expect myself to enjoy this one as well.
May Flowers is the fifth book in the Calendar Romance series by Eden Larsen and it brings us into a world of love and the difficulties that come with it.