I was supposed to post this the first day of May, but there was a small problem and that problem was that I hadn't written the post yet because I suck. Anyways, hello hello everyone, I'm back from not posting for like, a week (or two? time is a manmade concept) and here's going to be … Continue reading My TBR for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month!!
I think I've found my first favorite read of 2019. Well, that's kind of debatable because I'm unsure of whether I would classify The Gilded Wolves as one of my favorites? (It was really good, but I don't know whether or not it was amazing-amazing-aMazInG). This kind of reminded me of Beneath the Citadel x The Girl King, but … Continue reading Descendant of the Crane by Joan He [review] the hype did NOT lie to me, friends. this was amazing
I had a completely different post scheduled for this date, but then I saw that there was a Chinese New Year tag, and clearly I had to change my plans completely. (Also, I know I said I would be back on Wednesday and this is technically four days late but I was busy and I'm … Continue reading Chinese New Year Book Tag // featuring way too many books I’m so sorry
I mean, duh. Everyone knows that I love to promote and read Asian novels. Or if you don't, I love to promote and read Asian novels. Now you know. When CW, Shealea, Vicky, and Lily announced that they would be hosting a reading challenge specifically focused on reading asian books I immediately cried and was … Continue reading Guess Who’s Participating in #YARC2019? (obviously, me) ft. my tbr & also my friend picks some books too
*stares at the low ratings* *stares at my five-star rating* Well. This was one of my most anticipated reads of the year, and was included in my list of asian-inspired fantasy books. It's about sisters betraying sisters and magic and shapeshifting is involved. Sounds amazing and cool, right? Yeah, except a lot of trusted reviewers … Continue reading The Girl King by Mimi Yu [review] ft. HEAVY COLONIALISM (!!) IN EAST-ASIAN INSPIRED FANTASY (!!!)
I actually have so much freaking love for this book that I just can't explain in words??? I just,, love it so much????? If I could somehow turn back time to a time where I was reading this book and retrieve the happiness that this book gave to me, I would. Also back to a … Continue reading Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan // brilliant, Asian-infused fantasy that literally everyone should read
I liked this book but also it was confusing? My thoughts are hard to explain, guys. Overall, I think I enjoyed this book! The cover is absolutely stunning and my favorite color is blue so obviously this book is made for me? And also the main characters of this book are Korean so I was even more excited? … Continue reading The November Girl by Lydia Kang // Atmospheric But Not For Everyone