Thanks to HQ Young Adult and NetGalley for the Advance Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.
Soul of the Sword pretty much picks up where Shadow of the Fox finished off. I really enjoyed the previous book in this series so was chuffed to bits to be approved for this sequel.
Continue reading ““Soul of the Sword” by Julie Kagawa”
Thanks to Quercus Books and NetGalley for the Advance Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.
Where does one even begin when reviewing a book like this?
In the simplest of terms, this book is about Red and Blue. Two interdimensional agents who fight in an endless war across time and space. That sounds like a really cool premise because it IS.
Continue reading ““This is How You Lose the Time War” by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladstone”
Thanks to Pan Macmillan and NetGalley for the Advance Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.
Full disclosure, I hadn’t read the first book in this series before I read this book. I feel like everyone in the world would be happier if a brief summary of the previous book/s in a series was included at the beginning of subsequent novels.
Anyhoo, I digress.
Continue reading ““Lady Smoke” by Laura Sebastian”
Thanks to St Martin’s Press and NetGalley for the Advance Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.
This book doesn’t really need an introduction, it’s one of the most hyped and anticipated contemporary romance books this year.
Continue reading ““Red, White & Royal Blue” by Casey McQuiston”
I haven’t updated in 9 days! That’s just about a record for me I think. Have been having an absolute pig of a time at work lately. Always tough at the start of final exam season and I’m also responsible for college applications this year so it’s been more than a little hectic.
Continue reading ““The Binding” by Bridget Collins”
Thanks to Penguin Books and NetGalley for the Advance Review Copy in exchange for an honest review.
I can’t help but feel a little sorry for a debut author when their book is promoted as being similar to x or y. This particular book has been compared to both Alias Grace and Fingersmith. I can totally understand why publishers do this but, I think I’d find being compared to Margaret Atwood and Sarah Waters more than a little intimidating personally. It’s a lot for a debut novel to live up to and sets a certain expectation for the reader.
Continue reading ““The Confessions of Frannie Langton” by Sara Collins”