A Heart So Fierce And Broken is the second book in the Cursebreakers series. The moment I finished ACSDAL I wanted to just continue with the series and find out what was going to happen next. With the epilogue that finished off in book 1 I really wanted to see how this story will take off. This book is also in dual perspectives and this time we are introduced to some new characters and we get to see some of our older characters as well. The book continues from where we left off in book 1 and we follow Grey as he is on the run from his previous life…
Unwanted betrothals, assassination attempts, and a battle for the crown converge in Danielle L. Jensen's Dark Skies, a new series starter set in the universe of the YA fantasy Sarah J. Maas called "everything I look for in a fantasy novel."
A Curse So Dark And Lonely is a fairytale retelling romantic fantasy of Beauty And The Beast. I have been wanting to read this book for a long time. The book was definitely interesting. I loved how the author took the fairy tale and made it into a fun and entertaining fantasy novel with amazing characters. I enjoyed every second of it. The book was action-packed with high stakes from the get-go. I loved Harper and how wonderful and believable see was. Rhen and Grey were equally amazing. The book was fast-paced and was definitely a page-turner. I thought the world was set and introduced organically. The books in dual…
Santiago's Road Home is a heart wrenching realistic portrayal of several people who get caught at the Mexican-US border. The story helps us understand the struggles and extreme poverty the families are trying to escape. With hopes of new life and dreams of making decent money to support their family, the Mexicans try to cross the border illegally or in some cases request asylum at the border. Regardless of how they enter the families are separated by gender and babies, toddlers, young kids all get separated at the detention center.
War and Speech is a fantastic read and I enjoyed every second of it. I found the concept to be new and fresh. I loved the set up for the story and how the speech and debate program was used in delivering relevant messages as well.
The Goblet Of Fire was a fun reread for me just like every other Harry Potter reread. Brought back so many memories and was filled with memories and fun times. I loved every second of it.
War between the devas and the demons is imminent, and the Otherworld is on high alert. When intelligence from the human world reveals that the Sleeper is holding a powerful clairvoyant and her sister captive, 14-year-old Aru and her friends launch a search-and-rescue mission. The captives, a pair of twins, turn out to be the newest Pandava sisters, though, according to a prophecy, one sister is not true.
Every book in the Harry Potter series brings back emotions and memories from back in the day and floods me every time I read them. I remember being obsessed with the book s and then getting excited about the movies and these were some of my favorite book memories. I saw the movie is till the 4th book and therefore remember a lot of details even though there are some differences with the book and movies.
Obviously, I am very late for this post. Better late than never right? These are some of my most anticipated April 2020 releases. I will be adding all the images of the books and a small blurb for the books. I'll link the images to the Goodreads page for the books as well. You can click on the image to take you to the Goodreads page if you are interested in adding any of these books to your TBR.
Dark Promise is the third book in the Darkhaven Saga. Things are shaking up in Darkhaven. Eva is happy to be part of vampires, they are getting along and she also has settled in pretty well. When things are starting to look up witches enter the scene bringing in more problems and Eva being Eva wants to help them resolve the problems. Her loyalty is tested and she has to choose between her family who sent her away and her new family who took her in and supported her.