Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone a Review

The first book of the Harry Potter series, written by J. K Rowling was my first read of Medievalathon, and it covered the prompt for a book which has yellowed over time. This book is practically a classic for those who read young adult books, and there is an entire generation including me who readContinue reading “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone a Review”

Cress by Merissa Meyer a Review

This is my review for the third book in the Lunar Chronicles by Merissa Meyer. This book like the previous ones is a fairytale retelling; this one is loosely based on Rapunzel set in the same dystopian world of the previous two books.  While I have previously read Cress reading it with the aim ofContinue reading “Cress by Merissa Meyer a Review”


This is the sequel to Cinder, and the second book in the Lunar Chronicles by Merissa Meyer.  Scarlett is loosely based on Red Riding Hood, while set in the dystopian world which was introduced to us in Cinder.   The plot of this book is much stronger than the previous one, there are more mysteries toContinue reading “SCARLET BY MERISSA MEYER”

Cinder by Marissa Meyer Review

Now depending on how you feel and your general anxiety level it is either the perfect time or the worst time to be reading the Lunar Chronicles Series by Merissa Meyer. This is my second re-read of the year but it has been much longer since my last read of this particular series.   If youContinue reading “Cinder by Marissa Meyer Review”

Queen of Shadows by Sarah J Maas Book Review

I am sure that you are all sick of hearing about The Throne of Glass series by Sarah J Maas.  I did take a break from posting these reviews. But I hadn’t stopped reading them. Luckily the end of the month coincided with the longer books in this series.   As with all series, the booksContinue reading “Queen of Shadows by Sarah J Maas Book Review”