I’m not going to lie to you, Fangirls; I bought this book because it says that it’s a Hulu series in the cover, and I want to watch this horror unfold after reading it. Also, the name is that of a game that I never played, but am highly aware of (as many children of the 90’s are).
I picked up Invisible Ghosts with no idea what it was about. I skimmed the front cover, saw “ghosts,” and I was in. But I’m really glad I jumped into it, because it was a great read.
I got this ARC in the mail the other day, and couldn’t be more excited. It came in a lovely pink envelope, and had an invitation to readers, inviting them to this book of mayhem and mystery. After having read the synopsis, I knew I was going to like this book.
I devoured This Lie Will Kill You! It was an incredible read, full of horror and mystery, and everything a girl could dream of. Read More »
This book was the most perfect post-Halloween read as I could ask for! I’m a big Graphic Novel fan, and Fake Blood by Whitney Gardner is a fangtastic combination of GNs and middle grade writing. I fell in love before I even opened the book!
I had seen a couple positive reviews for To Be Honest floating around instagram, so I picked it up and finally read it! The cover color (my favorite teal) definitely helped convince me that I needed this book, and I’m so glad I read it.
As with other books in the Merciless series, this bad boy has lots of violence and torture, and has some Book II spoilers. So get cozy, Fangirls, we’re in for a wild ride.
This review contains some dark themes, so please don’t read on if you are triggered by depressive and suicidal references.
Friends and Fangirls, as I often must with sequels; this is going to be prettty brief, but there will be mild spoilers of the last book (Three Dark Crowns) in here, so if you’re considering reading this series, go read that for yourself before clicking the read more tab! Know that I love this book, and highly recommend it!