The Dragon Republic was written by R.F. Kuang and published by Harper Voyager. Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for providing a copy for review. Click here for the Synopsis! The searing follow-up to 2018’s most celebrated fantasy debut – THE POPPY WAR. In the aftermath of the Third Poppy War, shaman and warrior Rin … Continue reading THE DRAGON REPUBLIC NetGalley Review: Alt History Vibes with a Fantasy Flair
Big thanks to Harlequin Teen and NetGalley for sharing the eArc of Soul of the Sword with me! I absolutely loved reading the previous book Shadow of the Fox, so I was really looking forward to this title. Unfortunately a lot of the aspected I loved from book 1 are lacking in book 2. Let's … Continue reading SOUL OF THE SWORD NetGalley Review: Not all Sequels are Created Equal
Click Here for the Synopsis! No one believes in them. But soon no one will forget them. It's 1889. The city is on the cusp of industry and power, and the Exposition Universelle has breathed new life into the streets and dredged up ancient secrets. Here, no one keeps tabs on dark truths better than … Continue reading THE GILDED WOLVES Review: It’s just SIX OF CROWS in Paris right?
Big thanks to Tor.com publishing for sending a copy of Silver in the Wood to me for review! Click here for the Synopsis! There is a Wild Man who lives in the deep quiet of Greenhollow, and he listens to the wood. Tobias, tethered to the forest, does not dwell on his past life, but … Continue reading SILVER IN THE WOOD Review: Woodsy, Romantic, M/M, Magic!
I requested DEV1AT3 by Jay Kristoff from the publisher, and they were kind enough to send me a link to the Netgalley digital arc. LIFEL1K3 was one of my favorite reads last year, so I was excited to continue this series. As with most ongoing series, I was curious if this book would suffer from … Continue reading DEV1AT3 Netgalley Review: The Curse of the Sequel?
I requested a digital advanced copy of Never-Contented Things by Sarah Porter from Tor Teen on Netgalley. A fae-centric book from Tor is intriguing, because they are far and away one of my favorite publishing houses. After being let down by some fae stories recently, I trusted Tor to take a few steps in the … Continue reading NEVER-CONTENTED THINGS arc Review: Somewhat Un-Fae-Miliar
The Bone Charmer by Breeana Sheilds appealed to me immediately. I first read about it 6 months ago, and I was lucky enough to meet Breeana at Emerald City Comic con, and pick up an advanced copy of her newest book. I'm excited to talk about this book for so many reasons. I think it … Continue reading THE BONE CHARMER ARC Review: Carefully Crafted, Reader Approved
It should really come as no surprise to me at this point that I loved this new release from Seanan McGuire. Everything I read by her is an absolute joy. I was lucky enough to interview her at Emerald City Comic-con, though I have yet to post the transcript (sorry Seanan). She is a master … Continue reading MIDDLEGAME Review: Science & Magic, Shaken not Stirred
Little Darlings by Melanie Golding is one of the first books I requested from Netgalley. It's slightly outside of my typical range of titles. It's more of an adult fantasy with a big focus on motherhood and childcare. It's also a modern retelling of the traditional changeling myth, which is the major draw for me. … Continue reading LITTLE DARLINGS by Melanie Golding: Netgalley Review
Thanks to Tor.com and NetGalley for providing a copy of Her Silhouette, Drawn in Water by Vylar Kaftan for review! Tor.com is cranking out the hits this year, and this one really caught my attention with the cover reveal. I was immediately attracted to the vibe of the artwork, and after reading the synopsis I … Continue reading HER SILHOUETTE, DRAWN IN WATER: NetGalley Review