Wonder Woman Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo *Review*

I really, reallyyyy enjoyed this book.  And while I would love to give it 5 stars on principle because it’s WONDER WOMAN, I have to stick with 4 stars, which still means I REALLY LIKED IT, how could you not?  Badass females, diversity, humor, greek mythology, adventure and action, yes please! But, I wasn’t left feeling blown away and there was one thing I was a bit iffy on, but *shrug* this book is still amazing and you are crazy if you don’t pick this one up!

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Warcross by Marie Lu *Review*

Probably my favorite read of 2017 so far!! From page one I was immersed into this brilliantly colorful futuristic world created by Marie Lu.  Seriously, that world building though, holy cow.  A story about a female hacker and bounty hunter in a world dominated by virtual reality and gaming, an unknown threat on the virtual world mixed with a dash of romance…  Yup, I’m hooked.  Every time I opened this book I sped through it.  It is an action packed story full of twists and turns, leaving you wanting more, I promise you won’t want to put it down!

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The Rose and the Dagger by Renee Ahdieh *Review*

3 out of 5 stars.  Here’s the thing I thought this duo logy was magical and beautiful. I adored that it was set in a different place within a different culture than I usually read. The descriptions down to the clothes and weapons and food were really well done and I feel like I learned a lot. Which made this a really fun read.

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The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Ahdieh *Review*

Wow what a beautiful story! At first I was worried I’d find it quite hard to get used to the different words/terms and the names. But I got used to it quite quickly and just loved reading and living in a different culture for once. The Arabian/Persian culture was really well written. I have to say every time food was brought up through out the story it made my mouth water a bit. The world building was well done although for the most part, it really only takes place in a palace but I liked the different outfits of different people and the visuals of the different areas of the palace. It made it more fun to soak in the culture and the color of it all.

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