Monthly Archives: July 2015
By: Celine | July 7, 2015 | (91) Comments

top ten tuesday

Sooooo hello and welcome to our very first Top Ten Tuesday, which is hosted by the lovely ladies at The Broke and the Bookish! (But because us Midnightians are rebels, we’re each doing 4-5 books making it way more than just 10 books, ehehe.) Seeing as everybody loves lists, we finally decided to join in on the fun (sporadically, as in, y’know, when we feel like it. ‘Cause we’re cool like that *hairflip*). So… *drumroll* here’s our first TTT in which we […]

By: Melanie | July 6, 2015 | (55) Comments


Hello, you book nerds! The time has come for another post filled with mini reviews. It is also in which I showcase my excellent skill called inconsistency because some of the mini reviews are the tiniest things ever whereas some turned out being essays. Whoops. SUCH FAIL. Aaaaaanywayyy, I’ve been having some pretty bad luck with my Netgalley reads as of the late, seeing as only 1 out of the 6 books I have here I (somewhat) liked. This post consists of […]

By: Larissa | July 4, 2015 | (48) Comments


Horror is a genre within YA that I personally believe brims with unexplored possibility. As a bit of a horror buff myself, I do love the genre itself but even more so the impact it can have on the reader. From personal experience I’ve felt the aftereffects of well done horror far past the credits of a movie or the closing words of a novel. I suppose my personal definition of a successful horror then would be if it elicited undeniable long-lasting fear. I […]

By: Melanie | July 3, 2015 | (115) Comments

Best Books of 2015 So Far

HELLOOOO BOOKISH PEOPLE *waves like a crazy nut* So. July. Half-way through the year. LIKE WHAAAAAAT? I swear it was January just last week. I SWEAR IT ._. Anyway, today we have a wrap up post for you all! Time to see which books we’ve LOVED (so far) this year… 2015 Releases We Loved Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard ★★★★ Increasingly enough, I’ve become less and less of a fantasy/dystopian reader and now gravitate towards contemporaries so if you don’t read a […]

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