Enchantée, Gita Trelease – Book Review

Hello Humans! If you're around in the book blog-o-sphere you've probably heard of today's book, Enchantée by Gita Trelease. I personally first came across this book at YALC (young adult lit con) in July, where they were giving out samplers. I didn't actually take one (I was very strict on 'don't pick it up if you're not... Continue Reading →

The Winter of the Witch, Katherine Arden – Book Review

Hello Humans! You are most welcome to today's review, featuring one of my most anticipated reads for 2019 (and it's only January - what a year we have ahead of us). I was desperate to read The Winter of the Witch as it concludes one of my favourite trilogies of all time (and I don't say that... Continue Reading →

Grave Mercy, Robin LaFevers – Book Review

Hello Humans! Welcome back to another book review. In today's review, murder, nuns, forbidden romance, daggers hidden in boobs - it's everything a girl could ask for. Goodreads Summary: Why be the sheep, when you can be the wolf? Seventeen-year-old Ismae escapes from the brutality of an arranged marriage into the sanctuary of the convent... Continue Reading →

The Quantum Magician, Derek Künsken

Hello humans! Today's book review is for another book from my local publisher Rebellion Publishing, the same house who brought us Binary System and Paris Adrift among others. I always enjoy reading books from them as it feels like I'm supporting local publishing (and, more importantly, publishing outside of London). I should also mention that my husband and a few... Continue Reading →

Shades Within Us – Mini Review

Hello Humans! It’s been a while since I’ve reviewed any kind of anthology but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to read Shades Within Us: Tales of Migrations and Fractured Borders, especially since I loved Where the Stars Rise so much. I used to find anthologies hard to read, feeling like I couldn’t get my... Continue Reading →

Mirage, Somaiya Daud – Book Review

Hello Humans! Today’s review is for a wonderfully unique book that took me very much by surprise. Mirage is an own voices Moroccan inspired story and a gorgeous crossover between fantasy and science fiction and I was very lucky to get to read it a little before the release date. This book has a whole... Continue Reading →

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