S.T.A.G.S⭐⭐⭐⭐

It’s Autumn Term and Greer MacDonald is struggling to settle in at the exclusive St. Aiden the Great Boarding school, better known as S.T.A.G.S. Just when she doesn’t think she will make any friends, she receives an invitation with 3 words on it: ‘huntin’ shootin’ fishin”. The invitation is to spend the half term weekend…

January Book Haul📚

This is definitely a new type of post up on the blog. So new years resolution, I told myself I was going to limit myself to 20 physical books I am allowed to buy, exceptions to the 20 are signed books and ARC’s and for the month of January I have gotten 2 books that…

Plague Land

I honestly cannot even fathom how this book is rated so poorly on Goodreads. This dystopian is absolutely terrifying. The author portrays a very plausible future. As well as describes in amazing detail the virus and how it continues to mutate. The characters are fairly likeable. Leon and his sister’s relationship are incredibly relatable although…

The Language of Thorns

I just delved into the Grisha Verse and I never want to leave! So, I’ve been guilty for the past like two years of having all of Leigh Bardugo’s books on my shelves and passing them up for other books. I saw how much feedback The Language of Thorns was getting in the bookstagram world…

C-Vac

REVIEW Not gonna lie, I was a bit skeptical. I’ve been off vampires since the whole Twilight- obsession thing that went on where vampires were pretty much ruined. This book though, a completely badass take on vampires. There’s no glittering in the sunlight. The C-Vac vaccine was used to cure cancer but was never properly…

If There’s No Tomorrow

REVIEW Just like every other Jennifer Armentrout book, it starts off fast and just keeps going strong. It’s unlike any other book she has written. A touch of romance, a bit of drama, and a giant dose of questioning. This book was raw, and sad. This book is so real. I sincerely hope that anyone…

Half Life

REVIEW: I’m not usually a big fan of short stories. Most of the time I feel like they’re rushed at the end. But with Half Life, it didn’t feel like it was rushed and left a million questions that would never be answered. There are three short stories in Sarah Gray’s Half Life book. Each…

The Dead List 

REVIEW: This book was insanely good and heart stopping. I think what made it even more terrifying is the fact that in the US last year around Halloween time, there were a lot of people dressing as clowns terrifying people. This book became TOO REAL! Luckily there is the steamy goodness of Jensen to keep…

Till Death

I seriously lucked out and was given an ARC for Jennifer Armentrouts book. I seriously fangirl over her books, guys. So this was a dream come true.  So, as with any other JLA book, I got sucked in. I was supposed to be moving and getting my old house all packed and cleaned to move…

The Call

Woah was I pleasantly surprised by this book! It was not at all what I expected. The fae are portrayed as terrifying monsters. The imagery in this book is honestly phenomenal. The author paints a scary picture for the world Nessa and her friends live in. Honestly, I feel like the book ended on a…

The Wolf of Dorian Gray 

SYNOPSIS The Wolf of Dorian Gray: A Werewolf Spawned by the Evil of Man is the first book of a series revolving around the classic figure of Dorian Gray and his struggles with evil, which takes the form here of the last remaining wolf in 1800s England.    As in the original Oscar Wilde Portrait of…

The Starving Bookworm Facebook page!

I’ve created a shiny new Facebook page to connect even better with fellow readers! There I will be posting all of my reviews and bookstagram posts, along with hosting occasional giveaways!  The Starving Bookworm Facebook page