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Pagan Magic and Religion Collide in The Wolf and the Woodsman by Ava Reid

In her forest-veiled pagan village, Évike is the only woman without power, making her an outcast clearly abandoned by the gods. The villagers blame her corrupted bloodline—her father was a Yehuli man, one of the much-loathed servants of the fanatical king. When soldiers arrive from the Holy Order of Woodsmen to claim a pagan girl… Continue reading Pagan Magic and Religion Collide in The Wolf and the Woodsman by Ava Reid

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16 DNFs I Wish I’d Loved

Hello everybody, it’s Sabrina!  As a reader, I am a big supporter of DNFing books that you’re not enjoying or getting anything from - I wrote a whole post about it here, which you can check out if you want to see my thoughts in more depth.  In today’s post, I want to talk about… Continue reading 16 DNFs I Wish I’d Loved

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21 of My Most Awaited New Releases From the Second Half of 2021

Hello friends, it's Vera here today. Originally, I hadn't been planning on making a post about my most awaited releases of the second half of 2021. I felt like I haven't been keeping up with new releases in the past six months, so I thought I wouldn't have anything to talk about. However, I was… Continue reading 21 of My Most Awaited New Releases From the Second Half of 2021

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Enjoyable Shows and Excellent Reads in Our June Wrap Up

Hello everyone! Another month has come to an end, which weirds me out immensely, as I feel like 2021 is flying by extremely fast. Hasn't it just been January? What the hell is happening? 😩 I'm happy to say that June was a relatively good month for both of us as you'll see from our… Continue reading Enjoyable Shows and Excellent Reads in Our June Wrap Up

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Twelve Brilliant Beach Reads for the Summer

Hello friends, Vera here! I'm writing this post on the 24th of June and we are currently experiencing a heatwave in Hungary. We had the hottest day of the summer so far where we even hit 40°C. If you are wondering, this isn't typical at all, as our heatwaves tend to stay between 30-35°C so… Continue reading Twelve Brilliant Beach Reads for the Summer

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22 of My Favourite Fast Paced Books

Hi everyone!  It’s Sabrina again.  A few weeks ago, I brought you a post highlighting my favourite slow paced books, so I thought it was only fair that I create a post for my favourite fast paced books too - and that’s what I’m bringing you today!  I’ve got 20 options for you, so I’ve… Continue reading 22 of My Favourite Fast Paced Books

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Books For When You’re Struggling to Focus: A Masterlist

Hi there!  It’s Sabrina today, and I’m here to tell you about some great books -  as usual 😉  This time, the books I’m highlighting are ones that I think are perfect to read when you are having a hard time focusing. Every now and then, I find that I can’t concentrate very well -… Continue reading Books For When You’re Struggling to Focus: A Masterlist

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Disappointments and Desserts In Our May Wrap Up

Hi everyone and welcome to the end of another month! Can you believe we are almost halfway through 2021?! I am not feeling so great about that! We've both had quite a busy time this month and imagine a lot of you have too, but we still managed to read some books and hope you'll… Continue reading Disappointments and Desserts In Our May Wrap Up

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The Best Books With the Found Family Trope

Hello friends! One of my most recent reads - not going to spoil which one just yet, you'll see soon enough - featured a wholesome, beautiful found family, which has prompted me to write a post where I can share some of my favorite examples of this trope. This trope always makes me so soft… Continue reading The Best Books With the Found Family Trope

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My 13 Favourite Slow Paced Books

Hi everyone, it’s Sabrina again!  Typically, I would consider myself to have a preference for fast paced books, but in April I was lucky enough to read two slow paced books that I thought were fantastic.  It got me thinking about other slow paced books that I have loved, so that’s what my post is… Continue reading My 13 Favourite Slow Paced Books