Author: ReadandWander

Sky in the Deep – A Brutally Beautiful Must Read Standalone | Spoiler Free Review

Sky in the Deep – A Brut..

Posted April 15, 2018 by ReadandWander in Reviews / 2 Comments

My Thoughts Sky in the Deep was stunning. My useless music knowledge is vast but my Viking knowledge is zilch. So it took a few chapters to get into Sky in the Deep since it made zero sense that people would hate each other just because the Gods said. But then something reached out of […]

Only Human – The Epic Conclusion to The Themis Files | Review

Only Human – The Epic Co..

Posted April 14, 2018 by ReadandWander in Reviews / 2 Comments

My Thoughts Yokits, I can’t believe this is the end. The Themis Files is an epic, creative and brilliantly written trilogy. It is one of those stories that stirs something up inside, makes you question the world around you, and lingers long after it is over. I read Sleeping Giants almost two years before I […]

ACOTAR Themed Giveaway – Featuring a Hardcover Copy of ACOFAS

ACOTAR Themed Giveaway –..

Posted April 13, 2018 by ReadandWander in Giveaways / 16 Comments

Happy Friday the 13th Wanderers and Bibliophiles If you follow me on Instagram, you may or may not have noticed that I absolutely love the A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas. It might have turned to a bit of an obsession since somehow I ended up with multiple copies of […]

Happy Release Day – Beyo..

Posted April 10, 2018 by ReadandWander in Blog Tours / 6 Comments

Beyond a Darkened Shore by Jessica Leake Genre: Young Adult, fantasy Publication: April 10th, 2018 by HarperTeen   The ancient land of Éirinn is mired in war. Ciara, Princess of Mide, has never known a time when Éirinn’s kingdoms were not battling for power, or Northmen were not plundering their shores. The people of Mide […]

The Blood Curse by Annette Marie | Review

The Blood Curse by Annette Mar..

Posted April 2, 2018 by ReadandWander in Reviews / 2 Comments

I received this book for free from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. Notes About the Series A couple things to know before we dive into the review. The Blood Curse is book three of The Spell Weaver […]

Goodbye March, Hello April | R..

Posted April 1, 2018 by ReadandWander in Monthly Recaps / 4 Comments

Hello Fellow Bibliophiles and Wanderers March was an incredible and extremely busy month. First and fore most, my family was made whole again with my husband coming home after a year overseas! You would think that after so many years the separations would get easier but in truth, they have only become harder. In many […]

Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi | Review

Children of Blood and Bone by ..

Posted March 29, 2018 by ReadandWander in Reviews / 2 Comments

My Thoughts Children of Blood and Bone is my favorite book of the year, hands down. It is as epic as it is powerful. On The Surface Tomi Adeyemi creates a beautiful, brutal and immersive world of magic, prejudice and fighting back. The cultures of Children of Blood and Bone are so vivid they draw you […]

High Voltage by Karen Marie Moning | Review

High Voltage by Karen Marie Mo..

Posted March 14, 2018 by ReadandWander in Reviews / 4 Comments

My Thoughts This review is going to be interesting to write. I am a huge fan of Karen Marie Moning and the Fever Series. There are very few series I will reread and even fewer authors on my autobuy list – KMM and the Fever World fall into these categories. I am also well aware […]

Stay Away From…The Hazel Wood | Review

Stay Away From…The Hazel..

Posted March 5, 2018 by ReadandWander in Reviews / 2 Comments

My Thoughts Typically, I do not read many books that are retelling fairy tales so I am unsure if I would have picked up The Hazel Wood on my own. When I do come across a new book, I generally check out a few reviews just to get a feel of how its been received. […]

5 Reasons You Should Visit Korea Right Now

5 Reasons You Should Visit Kor..

Posted February 28, 2018 by ReadandWander in Travel / 2 Comments

I miss Korea. If I could go back, I would without a second thought. It wasn’t always this way though. Shortly after my husband and I eloped… in Vegas… on a helicopter… we found out the military was stationing us in Korea. I was 23, just graduated from college (the first time) and had no […]