Disclaimer: This post contains an affiliate link. A Woman Is No Man by Etaf Rum was book my sorority’s book club chose for the month of June. It’s an Arab-American own voices novel on the conservative lives that Arab women live in America. Synopsis: Eighteen year old Deya has begun meeting with suitors. She hasContinue reading “A Woman Is No Man by Etaf Rum book review”
People have been putting together lists that help amplify black voices so I got inspired to put together a list of my own.
I forgot to review the Wicked King (oops) but I absolutely loved it. But I finished the whole series so here’s my Queen of Nothing/The Folk of the Air trilogy review! Disclaimer: There may be some spoilers ahead! https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/26032912-the-queen-of-nothing I absolutely loved this trilogy. I’m a huge fantasy fan so this was right up myContinue reading “Queen of Nothing book review”
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black is a young adult fantasy novel. It’s the first book in the Folk of the Air trilogy. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/26032825-the-cruel-prince Synopsis: Jude was seven when her parents were murdered and she and her two sisters were stolen away to live in the treacherous High Court of Faerie. Ten years later, JudeContinue reading “The Cruel Prince review”
Warning: this post may have spoilers! One of my most recent reads is An Enchantment of Ravens. And this is my review of the book. Synopsis: Isobel is a prodigy portrait artist with dangerous clients: fair folk. Fair folk are sinister and cunning and they are unable to create anything that humans can. Fair folkContinue reading “An Enchantment of Ravens book review”
When I’m bored, one of the things I enjoy doing is picking up a good book. I often end up binging the book if I enjoy the story well enough. So, I have rounded up some books that I feel are binge worthy. This quarantine that’s happening is hopefully getting people to read more withContinue reading “Binge Worthy Books”
I’m what you would consider an avid reader. At least I usually am. Being in university has made reading for fun a bit hard. But I still have a list of books that I’d love to read this year. And hopefully, I can read all of them and maybe more than what is on theContinue reading “My Prospective Reading List for 2020”