The Storm of Shadows, Ninian Carter – Book Review

Hello humans! Today I am delighted to be a part of the 'The Storm of Shadows' Blog Tour! I love doing blog tours as you will know if you've been around for a while. If you haven't then welcome - I like doing blog tours. Now that's all cleared up let's get to the book.... Continue Reading →

TTT – Best Books I’ve Read In 2018

Hello humans! I have already talked about my top reads of 2018  but it's been a couple of months since that blog post and with all the reading I did in June this seems like the perfect time to revisit the topic! Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and is an awesome way to... Continue Reading →

Prodigy, Marie Lu – Book Review

Hello humans! We’re on part…5(?) of my journey through the adventures of Marie Lu’s writing (do we count Batman?) Anyway, this is a review of the second book in the Legend series Prodigy. I was left hooked after book one and immediately had to read the next. YA dystopian trilogies are my jam, but second... Continue Reading →

Legend, Marie Lu – Book Review

Hello humans! So upon finishing The Young Elites series, I still hadn’t got quite enough of Marie Lu. That sounds somewhat more ominous than I meant it to…I mean her books (of course). So I decided to jump right in with the Legend series which, while it is very different from The Young Elites is... Continue Reading →

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 →

The Rose Society, Marie Lu – Book Review

Hello humans! That’s right it’s book two of my adventure through the works of Marie Lu (and so far it’s going pretty well!). I debated starting Legend now and then alternating through the two trilogies but instead decided I couldn’t wait to read the sequel to The Young Elites so cracked on with The Rose... 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 →

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