Heyo Bookaholics! I still can’t believe I’ve finished this book… I don’t know how to review this. Godsgrave is such a novel that you have to just devour and take in with everything you have. Anything Jay Kristoff writes is beautiful, dangerous and so utterly addictive. Blurb: Assassin Mia Corvere has found her place among the Blades of Our Lady of Blessed Murder, but many in the Red Church ministry think she’s far from earned it. Plying her bloody trade […]Continue Reading
Succumbing to Peer Pressure (The Good Kind).
Heyo Bookaholics! Just the push I needed… Here’s the thing… I started Godsgrave but never finished it, putting it down at about one-third of the way in. Godsgrave is the sequel to and second book in the Nevernight series. It is an adult novel written by Jay Kristoff, an Australian author also known for his collaborative work in writing the best-selling Illuminae Files with fellow Aussie, Amie Kaufman. The Nevernight series is a beefy one with a shit-ton of world-building, […]Continue Reading
Darkdawn Melbourne Book Launch!
Heyo Bookaholics! “So we all know that Mia dies, it is written on page 1…” – C.S.Pacat “Paragraph 3.” – Jay Kristoff “…of Nevernight.” – C.S.Pacat Last night was the launch of Jay Kristoff’s latest novel Darkdawn which is the third and final book in the Nevernight Chronicles. The event was held at Dymocks Melbourne and moderated by C. S. Pacat, the author of the Captive Prince trilogy. C.S. Pacat asked some wonderful questions which had Jay talking for a […]Continue Reading
Nevernight by Jay Kristoff | Review
Hey Ho Bookaholics! Today I bring to you a review of the most wonderfully scripted books I have read this year. The characters have stolen my heart, baffled my mind, and gave me a lesson in the history of a place I will (hopefully) never visit thus rendering it useless except for book discussions (so not entirely useless). When I received this book as a Christmas present from my Best Friend, I read it immediately and was captivated by the […]Continue Reading
I Actually Read Books This Year!(?)
Hello Bookaholics! I don’t know how but the first half of the year had come and gone so quickly, I havent had any time to appreciate the whirlwind that it was. I also didn’t gat time to appreciate all the good books I wanted to read and admire; but here are the special ones I did, and their reviews.Continue Reading