Do you know the feeling when you finish a book and you can’t quite explain why you didn’t love it? That’s exactly how I feel about Mockinjay. Continue reading “Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games Series #3)”
In the second part of The Hunger Games Series, Katniss and Peeta have to go back into the arena. They try to fight for each other’s lives as neither could live with the other one dying. At the end, however, you realise it was all for nothing. Continue reading “Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games Series #2)”
Apart from the Goddess Test Series I am not really one for YA fiction. I am probably to old for it by now anyway. (I am 24, for all of you wondering.) I first read The Hunger Games Series when I was 18 and I really enjoyed it. So I decided it’s time for a re-read. Continue reading “The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins (The Hunger Games Series #1)”
The epic conclusion to an epic series. I will discuss the entire plot in this review, so be warned: Spoilers ahead! Continue reading “The Goddess Inheritance by Aimée Carter (Goddess Test Series #3)”
The Goddess Legacy is a collection of short stories about our favourite as well as most hated gods. There are five different parts centring around Calliope (Hera), Ava (Aphrodite), Persephone, James (Hermes) and Henry (Hades). Some parts have more than one chapter. They tell tales from the beginning of the rule of the gods to when Henry meets Kate for the first time and they help to enlighten some of the dynamics of the characters in the Goddess Test Series .