Ascension, Victor Dixen – Book Review

Hello humans! Today’s book review is another example of what I’m starting to think of as a kind of sub-sub-genre. By that, I mean books (and it is mostly YA books) that divide things by gender and make readers looking for intersectionality a little uncomfortable. I’m looking at you Eve of Man. Ascension is, in... Continue Reading →

Obsidio, Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff – Book Review

Hello humans. Ugh. I can’t believe I’m here writing this review. Illuminae was one of the first hyped up books I ever read and reviewed on this blog, it was kind of what pushed me into more of the community of bloggers rather than just sitting on the fringe. It’s also one of the first... Continue Reading →

The Empress, S.J. Kincaid Book Review

Morning mortals! Am I late to this party? Most probably since The Empress published back in November, but this isn't the longest I've left it to review a sequel by any means! This was one of my anticipated sequels for the year, I enjoyed The Diabolic, giving it 4/5 stars and I am excited to share what... Continue Reading →

Valiant Dust, Richard Baker – Book Review

Morning mortals! What's this? My first ever foray into military science fiction (knowingly at least). Valiant Dust appealed to me largely because of how striking that cover is, but it's also fun to branch out into other genres/sub-genres. You never know what might surprise you. On that note... Goodreads Summary: Sikander Singh North has always had... Continue Reading →

Renegades, Thomas Locke Book Review

Morning mortals! You may be a little confused, didn't I review Renegades yesterday? Why yes you are correct. Today I am reviewing a different book that is also called Renegades. I appear to have slipped back into old bad habits of reading sequels before the first book in series, I have too much on my reading list at the... Continue Reading →

Expression, E.G. Wilson Book Review

Hello Humans! Just a heads up, before you read today's book review, why not go back in time and check out my review of the first book in this duology Voiceless? I'm so happy to have been approved to review Expression and to share my thoughts with you guys! Goodreads Summary: Adelaide Te Ngawai was twenty-two when... Continue Reading →

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