The Planetsider, G. J. Ogden – Book Review (Neverland Blog Tours)

Hello humans! Welcome to my stop on the Neverland Blog tour for G. J. Ogden’s book The Planetsider, a YA science fiction/dystopian novel which explores the idea of self-discovery and belonging with a hefty dose of intrigue thrown in. It has a whole host of characters, themes and ideas, some of which were new to... Continue Reading →

Infernal Devices, Philip Reeve – Book Review

Hello humans! Welcome to another instalment in my reviews of Philip Reeve’s The Hungry City Chronicles. I’ve already reviewed Mortal Engines and Predator’s Gold. There may, therefore, be spoilers for the previous two books in this review, though I will not be including any major spoilers for Infernal Devices. Aside: am I the only one... 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 →

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