A few months ago, I asked to take part in the blog tour for To Night Owl from Dogfish by Holly Goldberg Sloan & Meg Wolitzer. The cover really captured my attention, and it sounded like a departure from my typical YA Fantasy reads. I'm so happy to share my thoughts on this heartwarming book! Click here for the … Continue reading To Night Owl from Dogfish – ARC Review
I requested an ARC of Blood Heir by Amélie Wen Zhao from the publisher, and they provided me with a NetGalley link. After reading the synopsis and the author's introductory letter on Goodreads, I was really excited to read this YA Fantasy. My exact words were I was "very interested in this author's unique perspective on … Continue reading Blood Heir – NetGalley Review
Wow, I meant to type this post up ages ago! I first read The Casquette Girls by Alys Arden a few months ago, and I read the sequel, The Romeo Catchers in December to prep for The Cities of Dead. I'm planning to read the most recent instalment this month since it just came out and I have no chill. Oh also, … Continue reading The Casquette Girls: Atmospheric & Magical, Tropes & All!
I requested a copy of The Test by Sylvain Neuvel from Tor.com to review. I saw some amazing reviews from my reader friends so I was eager to give this book a try. Even with its short page count, The Test packs a major punch. This book will make you question what it means to be human, … Continue reading The Test by Sylvain Neuvel: A Near Future World That’s too Close to Home
I requested a digital arc of Voices from NetGalley. I was thrilled to see the approval for this one in my inbox because I have long held a fascination for Joan of Arc. Back in middle school, I did a big research project about her, and I just fell in love with her moving and … Continue reading Voices: The Final Hours of Joan of Arc – NetGalley Review
I don't talk a lot about Middle-Grade books, but I love them so much! I especially love MG books that tackle really difficult topics. One of my favorites last year was The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding. It was the first book I read by Alex Bracken, and I'm reading the sequel right now. I wanted to share some of … Continue reading The Dreadful Tale of Prosper Redding: A Love Letter to Middle Grade
I requested an eArc of Descendant of the Crane by Joan He from Netgalley, and I am also a member of the street team for the book! (Ministry of Works, what!!!) I am so happy I finally got a chance to read it, I feel like it's been glaring at me through my kindle forever. Once again, as … Continue reading Descendant of the Crane: Netgally Review