City of Ghosts, Victoria Schwab – Book Review

Hello humans! Has it got to a point where I will buy pretty much everything that Victoria Schwab produces? She could bring out a book about the nuts and bolts of 19th-century steam trains and I would still preorder the special edition! But I was genuinely very excited about the release of City of Ghosts, which promised... Continue Reading →

My #OWNVEMBER TBR

Hello humans! Last Wednesday I announced that I was planning on focussing my reading in November to the books that I own since recently it feels like I've just been reading ARCs while my pile of books at home just grows and grows. I thought it would help to make some kind of a TBR... Continue Reading →

Snowglobe, Amy Wilson – Book Review

Hello Humans! Yes I know it's only October but we've got the heating on at home and I'm living exclusively in enormous woolly jumpers and blankets so it feels like the time to start talking about winter reads. I had the opportunity to read Amy Wilson's middle-grade novel Snowglobe and to share my thoughts with you,... 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 →

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