Snowly’s Rambles is 2!

Hello everyone~ Oh my gosh, so I got this lovely notification today: Happy Birthday to Snowly’s Rambles!!     I can’t believe I have been book-blogging for two years now, it’s gone by so quickly! 🙂 I started this blog because I really wanted to get involved with the bookish community- show off book hauls… Continue reading Snowly’s Rambles is 2!

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Curse of the Gods Double Review: Trickery & Persuasion (My new guilty pleasure)

Hi all! Yes, as the title suggests, I have found a new guilty pleasure: the Curse of the Gods series! I read book one- Trickery– at the beginning of the month, and loved it so much that I bought the second book almost immediately! I have a not so secret love for reverse-harem stories, so I was… Continue reading Curse of the Gods Double Review: Trickery & Persuasion (My new guilty pleasure)

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Mini(ish) Reviews- Grisha special

Hello everyone! So I’m doing another review post, yawn, I know, but I really want to get all reviews from previous months done and dusted, so I can actually review the glorious books I’ve been reading this June. I’m determined to get back up to speed with my blog, so this time I’m doing something… Continue reading Mini(ish) Reviews- Grisha special

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Review: Rogue

Title: Rogue Author: Julie Kagawa Genre: YA, urban fantasy Pages: 444 Published: 2015 Publisher: MIRA Ink Format: Paperback Acquired: Bought in local bookstore Rating: ★★★★☆ [3.5]   Book Blurb:: Deserter. Traitor. Rogue Ember Hill left the dragon society Talon to join rebel dragon Cobalt and his crew of rogues. But Ember can’t forget the sacrifice… Continue reading Review: Rogue

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Review: Golden Son

Title: Golden Son Author: Pierce Brown Genre: Sci-fi, Dystopian Pages: 442 Published: 8th January 2015 Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Format: Paperback Acquired: Bought in local book store Rating: ★★★★☆ Book Blurb:: For seven hundred years, my people have been enslaved without voice, without hope. Now I am their sword. And I do not forgive. I… Continue reading Review: Golden Son