The Winner’s Crime by Marie Rutkoski Book Review (non-spoiler)

Rating: 5/5 The second installment to the The Winner’s trilogy is even better than the first one. Compared to the Winner’s Curse, the Winner’s Crime has a darker tone and a faster pace. The world building and character development are stronger, and the plot doesn’t focus so much on the romance but on Kestrel’s schemes. Kestrel, once again, slayed.…

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs Book Review (non-spoiler)

As a child, Jacob admired his adventurous grandfather. As a teenager, he thought he was a liar. Abraham, has told his grandson, Jacob, about extraordinary children living in a secret island and terrible monsters hunting them down.  Jacob was the only one that believed him, but only when he was a child. However, when Jacob finds a…

Every Heart A Doorway by Seanan McGuire Book Review (non-spoiler)

My Rating: 5/5 Once they unwillingly return from a place that understood them more than anything; where nonsense, wickedness and logic are nothing but directions to take; it seems impossible to cope once again with the normal world. However, it’s something most of them must relearn, since some doors only opened once and there is little hope…