Bookloot Unboxing: June 2017 Call of the Water

Bookloot: June 2017 Call of the Water Passenger Bookmark from Drawn to the Pages Custom design/scented hand lotion bar from Geek Fire Labs, inspired by Daughter of the Pirate King Percy Jackson inspired ring from Sam Marie’s Artistry Bookloot pen and Reading Journal Short Story, My Sister the Siren by Chloe Ash Insert Card by Aaron Randy Song of the Current, signed bookplate, and author letter from Sarah Tolscer

Owlcrate Unboxing: June 2017 Make It Out Alive

Owlcrate June 2017 Unboxing Make It Out Alive Divergent bathbomb by Fizzy Fairy Apothecary An Ember in the Ashes bookmark by Little Inklings Design Zombie sleep mask by Archie McPhee ACOTAR double-sided bookmark by Hey Atlas Creative The Giver patch by Laserbrain Patch Co. New World Rising by Jennifer Wilson from Oftomes Publishing Book, sticker set, letter from the author, and signed bookplate : The Sandcastle Empire by Kayla Olson Buy or Subscribe: Owlcrate

A Million Junes by Emily Henry (A YA Book Review)

A Million Junes by Emily Henry Last summer I read a decent-sized tome called The Love That Split the World. The book was magical and about parallel worlds, but grounded in reality. Magical realism, which opened a door for me I didn’t know that I needed to walk through. Emily’s second novel, A Million Junes, does not disappoint. As I write this review I can’t even think of adequate words to describe how this book made me feel. The writing is concise, the narration beautiful. The characters are believable and you root from the very beginning for their love story to win. There’s humor and magic, memories and the veil between this world and the next, “thin places.” But at its crux this book has

FairyLoot Unboxing: June 2017 Elementalists

FairyLoot Unboxing June 2017 Elementalists Stormheart Candle in five different variations by Witchwood Remedies Bending Lipbalms by Geeky Clean Hamsa Hand Bracelet by In the Moment Clairoyvance Soap made by Ascent Bath and Body Potion Sticky Notes by FairyLoot Portable Magic Pillowcase by Miss Phi Book: Roar by Cora Carmack Subscribe to FairyLoot here:

Shelflove Crate Unboxing: June 2017 Stormy Weather Ahead

Shelflove Crate June 2017: Stormy Weather Ahead Swag Only Option Storm Socks by @happysocks Jasmine Green Tea by @teaheritage Storm Hunter Candle by @acourtofcandles “It’s raining cats and dogs” custom bookmark by @craftedvan Exclusive poster by @missphi Blue Tornado postcard by Tithi Luadthong Roar themed goodies including personal Stormheart gemstone Book for those who ordered the regular box: Roar by Cora Carmack

Shades of Earth ( A YA Book Review)

Shades of Earth by Beth Revis CONTAINS SPOILERS Shades of Earth picks up where A Million Suns left off. The shuttle has landed on Centauri Earth and it’s definitely not the utopian world Elder and Amy were possibly expecting (despite Orion’s warning about monsters). Which begs the question throughout the book, who are the real monsters? First, Amy begins the process of unfreezing the Frozens, including her parents. And to be honest, her parents aren’t all that likeable, especially Colonel Martin who is now first in command after the murders Orion committed. And Colonel Martin is very black and white in his beliefs, labeling “Earthborns” and “Shipborns” and trying to push Amy toward his right

Owlcrate May 2017 Unboxing: Comic Explosion

OWLCRATE MAY 2017 UNBOXING: COMIC EXPLOSION 💥 A full size Funko Pop figure from @originalfunko! 💥 An exclusive zipper pull 💥 A super fun pen from @weareooly. 💥 An exclusive Wonder Woman candle from @diocandleco! 💥 An exclusive full-colour sampler of a new comic from @imagecomics, called AFAR! 💥 Coffee candies from @kafecandy 💥 Collectible OwlCrate pin designed by @spykles 💥Book: ELIZA AND HER MONSTERS by @chessiezappia! This book had an exclusive cover for Owlcrate.

A Million Suns (A YA Book Review)

A Million Suns by Beth Revis A Million Suns follows Elder as he figures out how to be the leader of Godspeed. He's taken the citizens off Phydus, which has led to Eldest's three causes of discord. People having not thought on their own for the first time, make some interesting--and sometimes catastrophic choices. Things definitely aren't easy for Elder. In the meanwhile, Amy is chasing down clues left by Orion to reveal a big secret. This secret involves a choice that he claims only Amy can make, having lived on Sol-Earth. Overall, I liked this book. It's a solid 3.75/4 stars for me. I didn't love it, but I definitely liked it and enjoyed it. Elder is my favorite character and there is a lot

NerdyPost Doctor Who Partial Unboxing

Alexis makes wonderful art with calligraphy, as you can tell from this video! This is my second partial box, the first one being my Fantastic Beasts box. You can find more partial and full boxes in Alexis's new store here: SaveSave

Across the Universe (A YA Book Review)

Across the Universe by Beth Revis The short synopsis of this book is that Amy is cryogenically frozen along with her parents (one a scientist and one part of the military) and placed on a ship that will take 350 years to reach a new planet: Centauri Earth. The book opens with Amy going through the freezing process. From there the book alternates between first person POV with Amy and first person POV with Elder, who is a teenager on the ship (Godspeed) and preparing to become the successor of Eldest, the ship’s leader. Things start to get interesting when Amy is unceremoniously pulled from her cyrochamber 50 years too early. Soon, Amy is learning about the strange inhabitants of Godspeed and

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