March tbr (complete TW)

So this is the month that is blessing and Curse. It is awesome for my show prep that we have no days of the whole month of march but sadly it is less thrilling for my reading life. But I do have a massive amount of books on my tbr! I really tried to break out of my reading comfort zone and add some new genres to my TBR!!!

Time Warp books:

  1. Illumanie Flies Book3

Other Reads!!

  1. Keeper of the lost Cities NightFall (BBLT) (Middle Grade)
  2. HavenFall (Arc 2020)
  3. Scavenge the Stars (Owl Crate January)
  4. The Voyage of FrostHeart (2019 read) Middle Grade
  5. A heart so Fierce and Broken (ARC 2020)
  6. The Night Country (Arc 2020)
  7. A good Girl Guide to Murder (Arc 2020)
  8. Ghost Squad (Arc 2020) Middle Grade
  9. Admission (Arc 2020)
  10. We are the Wildcats (ARC 2020)
  11. Sisters of Sword and Song (ARC 2020)
  12. Bone Crier’s Moon (Arc 2020)
  13. The Library of the Unwritten (BBLT)

Here just some of the books I will be pulling from for my March tbr!!

Share what are some books you hope to read in the comments!

Later book lovers!

Wicked as you wish (Arc Review)!!

Wicked as you Wish by Rin Chupeco

Published by Sourcebooks Fire on March 3, 2020

Genres: Young Adult, fantasy, fairytale

Pages: 400

Format: Arc

Source: BEA

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I would give this book 5 for a review.


Tala Warnock has little use for magic – as a descendant of Maria Makiling, the legendary Filipina heroine, she negates spells, often by accident. But her family’s old ties to the country of Avalon (frozen, bespelled, and unreachable for almost 12 years) soon finds them guarding its last prince from those who would use his kingdom’s magic for insidious ends. 

And with the rise of dangerous spelltech in the Royal States of America; the appearance of the firebird, Avalon’s deadliest weapon, at her doorstep; and the re-emergence of the Snow Queen, powerful but long thought dead, who wants nothing more than to take the firebird’s magic for her own – Tala’s life is about to get even more complicated….

My Thoughts:

This book was such a welcome surprise. I loved both the set up of this book and also how this book was structured. I really was impressed and captured by the world building throughout the whole novel. I thought the main characters were super easy to become invested in and also really loved the “rag tag bunch of heroes”. I also really enjoyed the various fairy tale characters that used to that filled this world . I really loved the pace of this novel and found this book to be both super heartfelt but also really funny read. I thought some moments the world building could of been clearer but I think because this world was so vast, it was understandable. I really am excited for more books in this series eventually!