Review Policy

Formats accepted: 

Preferably ARCs and finished copies. If the book(s) are part of a series, I may require the previous book(s). 

I do not accept e-books indie press books, or interactive media books at the moment. 

 

Genres:

I enjoy YA and MG in the following genres: 

  • Fantasy
  • Historical fiction
  • Fairy tale/myth retellings
  • Light contemporary romance
  • Paranormal
  • Mystery
  • Gothic horror/romance
  • Humor
  • Dystopia

Accepting Books

Although i accept books for review, i cannot guarantee that i can post a review as close as the publication date. Henceforth, I prefer to receive the book 3-4 months prior to when you would like the review to be posted.

 

Reviews: 

I’ve written a review for every YA book i’ve read since I first started this blog. Most of my reviews are posted on Goodreads and my blog. I’m considering to also include it on Book Depository as well from effect of October. I write honest reviews, but this does not mean I will always write positive reviews. My reviews are my opinion. If there are parts where I didn’t liked, I’ll be frank.

 

Review Structure

Cover art

Title (Series no.)

Author

Format (Owned/ Borrowed)

Source (Library/ Book Depository)

Summary (From Goodreads)

My thoughts (Parts i liked parts i didn’t like)

Rating

 

Rating system:

 

5 – Amazing, breathtaking, will definitely read the sequel. Want to own a copy of it

 

4 –  I enjoyed this book but not as much as the book with a rating of 5. Will want to read the sequel.

 

3- Passable. Books that don’t really have much character development. World building is a little handicapped. Good ideas but not fully expanded. Vague. Will read its sequel and hope to see some improvements.

 

2- Lots of major flaws that could have been avoided. Plot doesn’t seem to go anywhere. Tough book to go through. Wouldn’t read the sequel.

 

1- Can’t keep me interested in it. Plot is very vague. There is only telling no showing. Ideas are hard to be accepted and couldn’t comprehend the characters or even relate to them. A though book to crack. Wouldn’t recommend.

 

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