This is a fairly old book tag, but it's a fun one in my opinion.
Dating in the digital age is no easy feat: finding love via dating sites is more and more common among people of all age groups.
R is a zombie, but don't let his rotting exterior fool you: he's not like all the other brainless corpses walking around the airport.
You know what is uncommon among booktubers, book bloggers and book enthusiasts? Hogwarts Houses themed reading lists!
Scarlett and Donatella are sisters who dream of escaping their grim reality and attending the yearly magic performance known as Caraval.
You know what really annoys me? Finding out that one of my favourite books has a better cover in another country, and that I can't get my hands on it.
Everyone has a list of un-readable books... right? I can be picky about my reading selection at times, and over the years, I've amassed a bunch of titles that I have absolutely ZERO intention of ever reading.
I haven't been able to review anything for a while now (apart from Zombie Abbey, I've been reading a whole lot of literary theory for class), so I figured I'd answer a bookish tag.
1920, England And the three teenage Clarke sisters thought what they’d wear to dinner was their biggest problem… Zombies abound in this historical fiction by Lauren Baratz-Logsted.
In the year 2044, the earth is reeling from the effects of a Global Energy Crisis. In an attempt to escape reality, people all over the world can log into a virtual reality, known as the OASIS.