Wayward Reviews

Erratic reviews by a preposterous tea-drinking cat lady.

  Rating: Review: “Technically, I’m a murderer, but I like to think that’s one of my better qualities.” This book is basically what the Little Mermaid would be if Ariel was a deadly siren who killed princes and collected their hearts. Lira is the daughter of the Sea Queen. Known as the ‘Prince’s Bane’ she […]

Rating: Review: So, going into the book, I was kinda expecting like Dead Space or something. What I got? Definitely the deadly outbreak, and despite the characters INSISTING there are no such thing as zombies, they were kind of zombie-like. So this crew consists of the dumbest commander ever – Dylan. Despite the fact that […]

Rating: Review: Enne is a society girl at a finishing school in Bellamy, awaiting her mother’s return from a trip. When her mother doesn’t return from New Reynes, Enne takes the advice of her mother’s last message which said: ”If a storm were to further delay my return or another unforeseen circumstance occurs, you can […]

  Rating: Review: This is the third book of the Red Winter trilogy. This book picks up exactly where the last left off – right before the solstice that will end Emi’s life and signal the final battle to save the world. There’s always been a touch of angst to this relationship. Emi’s time is […]

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