All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai

It’s awful how I compare novels of the similar genre-plots. This is a bit similar to Dark Matter by Blake Crouch (a novel I rated 5 stars) and sadly it influenced how much I enjoyed this one. I know it’s shallow and wrong to compare but the both novels tackle on time traveling and/or multiverses….

The Bazaar of Bad Dreams by Stephen King

Here’s to the only book I read this September, because I’m not considering “The Grownup” by Gillian Flynn as a novel read this month. I’m already lagging way behind on my reading goal but it’s fine. I’ve come to realize that I seriously don’t have time to read anymore nowadays. It’s annoying when I choose…

The Fireman by Joe Hill

I just realized that it took me almost a month to finish this novel. I read the whole ASOIF series in a span of about 25 days, meaning about 5 days each for a 1000+ page novel. This novel is only 700+ pages long but I didn’t finish it soon enough. I can blame my…

The Last One by Alexandra Oliva

I haven’t had a great read from Netgalley in months. I’m glad that I saw this on the most requested section and decided to give it a try. One of the best decisions I’ve made this 2016. If you’re planning on reading this novel then you should avoid spoilers at all cost. I read the…

Emperor of Thorns by Mark Lawrence

This novel helped me reach a new milestone in my life, and that is to enjoy listening to audiobooks. I’ve written several reviews of how much I hated audiobooks, but I believe James Clamp helped me realize how amazing audiobooks are. Add in the fact that this is an amazing novel with a terrific plot…

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

*This is a review for the first book of the series This is another instance where it’s daunting to write a review because the novel is well-known and loved by millions of people. As a Sci-Fi/Fantasy reader, it’s embarrassing that I’ve only read this once, and I’ve waited ’till 2016 to read this. I’m glad…

Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

What is the best way to make your YA book standout? Change the format of the novel. That was the first thing that made me even look at this novel. Most of the time if it’s YA and people are talking about it, I tend to stay away. Props to the authors for coming up…

The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness

Contemporary YA is not my genre, but this novel was an exception. I prejudged it based on the first few chapters, but as the plot developed, I started to like it. This is a novel about a group of friends who wants to have a normal life. They just want to graduate before the school…

A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms by George R. R. Martin

I’m not fond of novellas or short stories. I always end up hating them because of the length. It’s like someone telling you a summarized version of a detailed story. This one on the other hand is one of the exceptions to the hatred. It’s not a shock though that Martin can make me enjoy…

iZombie Vol.1 by Chris Robertson

I first heard about iZombie when I watched the pilot episode of the tv series about a year ago. The show wasn’t mind blowing, but I enjoyed watching it. I’m actually still watching the show now that it’s on its second season. How does this compare to the show? This graphic novel series is way…