’ve always enjoyed Pirate-y content. When I was a younger reader, I really enjoyed the Bloody Jack series by L.A. Meyer and this, while being a YA book, sounded like a more grown-up version. It gave me nostalgic vibes and I was really looking forward to reading it.
I’ve loved Maggie Stiefvater’s work since 'Shiver' and I enjoy graphic novels as well. I saw this as a great opportunity to see a collab of two things I enjoy :D I was really looking forward to this rendition of the Swamp Thing story. Additionally, I was excited to be provided with a free ARC by DC to read and review!
When I first saw Raven as a kid watching Teen Titans on Cartoon Network I fell in love with everything about her. Once I saw this book was coming out I had have. The art was so pretty and it was about Raven! I'm so glad I picked it up
We both absolutely loved this book and had a lot of the same thoughts. It was a fast paced read and really easy to fit into our reading schedule. We gave “Daughter of the Pirate King” a whopping 4.88 Tree Stars!
Kayla's Review of "I'm Not Dying With You Tonight" by Kimberly Jones & Gilly Segal About Kayla's Review of "I'm Not Dying With You Tonight" on The Book Brontosaurus "I think it’s really important for the books we read to make us think. They are an o way for us…
Ok, so I didn’t plan on reading this book. I had a whole plan in place for this month and this wasn’t on it. However, Kayla was raving about it so much that I had to read it immediately
This book, “Star Daughter” by Shveta Thakrar, was The Bookish Box’s choice for August. As announced, the book came with a signed bookplate and gorgeous foiling on the book that matches the dust jacket.
We really enjoy this subscription and we was so happy to share the second package with you all! This month we received "Set Fire to the Gods" by Sarah Raasch (@sarah_raasch on Instagram) and Kristen Simmons (@kris10writes on Instagram).
I purchased this book as it was part of the book club that Kayla and I are a part of. Once I read what it was about I was really excited to read it because Vikings have always intrigued me and I was hoping for a good love story.
I remember being so interested in this book when I first read the description. My first thought was that it reminded me a little of “Far From You” by Tess Sharpe, one of my favorite books that I read a while ago and decided to review this year. I was even more excited to be given the opportunity to review an ARC.