I wanted to take a break from my normal reads, which weren’t working for me, so I went on a bit of a nonfiction, British royals binge. This was a wild trio of books, with the good, the bad, and the absolutely surprising. I can’t wait to share it with you!
Guys, I am desperate to find something that’s really going to wow me. This one really wasn’t it either. While I think Forsythe has positive signs for the next one, this one actually made me a little uncomfortable with the set up. Just not for me.
This one is going to get a bit ranty. Let it be known that it is because I really enjoyed Lacie’s first book (and recommend it!) and this did not meet my expectations. Oh boy, here we go!
Wherein Michaela and I review the wonderful retelling of Poe’s Fall of the House of Usher by T. Kingfisher and surprisingly I liked a horror book??
This is one of my most niche features, but I love doing them because I love documentaries so much. In this one, I review and compare the book and docuseries (available at this moment on Netflix) versions of The Family by Jeff Sharlet!
Wherein Michaela says the name of the app where you can read this great ya graphic novel wrong every freaking time and I discuss a bit about my qualms with graphic novels in general but overall we discuss Heartstopper vol. 1 and why we liked it!
Guys. Guys. This series is SUCH a rollercoaster and I can’t wait to tell you about it. It does go into spoilers about halfway through, but I’ll warn you in the video when that happens. I just had so much to talk about, I couldn’t avoid it. Let’s get going!
Time for another romance ARC review! This one is a second chance romance on a road trip with a 10 year gap. I thought it would be really similar to The Road Trip by Beth O’Leary, but it turned out to be a cute reading experience on its own!
In this supplemental video, we’re tackling some books on how we create history from culture, religion, geopolitics, and socioeconomics. You know, a bunch of light and fluffy stuff. Oh, and all of them were ones I had expectations for going in that weren’t met for some reason. It’s a doozy!
Wherein Michaela and I review Wicked Beauty by Katee Robert, a book they both enjoyed very much.