Thanks to NetGalley and Subterranean Press for providing a copy of In the Shadow of Spindrift House by Mira Grant. Click here for the Synopsis! Nature abhors a straight line. The natural world is a place of curves and softened edges, of gentle mists and welcoming spirals. Nature remembers deviation; nature does not forgive. For … Continue reading IN THE SHADOW OF SPINDRIFT HOUSE: NetGalley Review
Around mid-April I saw Amy Rose Capetta post about her lovely new book, The Lost Coast on instagram. I knew nothing about it before that moment, and within a week the good folks at Candlewick Press were nice enough to send me a review copy of the book! I simply couldn't wait to dig in … Continue reading THE LOST COAST arc Review: Beautiful, Weird, Witchy, & Wonderful
I requested a digital galley of The Everlasting Rose by Dhonielle Clayton from NetGalley and Disney Hyperion publishing. If memory serves, I received my ebook on release day, which was very exciting! I had high hopes for Rose after the amazing world building in The Belles, and I am pleased to report that this is … Continue reading THE EVERLASTING ROSE Netgalley Review
Woo baby I am nervous about this review. xD I am so thrilled I was able to read Aurora Rising before its release in May, and I absolutely loved it!!! I don't think this review requires much preamble, so let's get into it. Click here for the Synopsis! From the internationally bestselling authors of THE … Continue reading AURORA RISING: Netgalley Reivew
Tomorrow!!! It's out tomorrow! It's not an April Fools joke, it's not months away anymore, it's finally here! In the lead up to this book, I have read it twice, reviewed it, shared posts, photos, and tweets all because I LOVE IT SO MUCH!!! I struggled with some YA fantasy recently, and this book made … Continue reading Interview with WICKED SAINTS author Emily Duncan!
Recently it seems like books inspired by Russian folk lore and fairy tales are getting a ton of attention. Spinning Silver, Winter of the Witch, and Vita Nostra are all fairly recent releases that delve into Russian tales. After reading each of them, I can confidently say that Vita Nostra by Marina and Sergey Dyachenko … Continue reading Why VITA NOSTRA is my favorite Russian fairy tale
I picked up an ARC of Chesire Crossing at the Penguin booth during Emerald City Comic con. They did a lot of promotion for it there, and even gave out free enamel pins so you know that caught my attention. My addiction to enamel pins is a bit distressing. In any case, I was interested … Continue reading ‘CHESHIRE CROSSING’ ARC Review
I picked up an Arc of We are Here Forever by Michelle Gish at Emerald City Comic Con. Quirk Books also had Michelle stop by and sign some books! It was great to meet her at the signing. I fell in love with the cover art immediately, and I am so glad I found this … Continue reading WE ARE HERE FOREVER Arc Review: Your new best friend?
I am slowly working my way through the October Daye series by Seanan McGuire. Last week I read book 4, Late Eclipses. I think it's my favorite of the 4 books I've read. It seems like the series is starting to move in a specific direction in the long term, and I am here for it. … Continue reading Late Eclipses: Fae Urban Fantasy at its Finest
Thanks to NetGalley and First Second publishers for providing a copy of PTSD for review. Click here for the Synopsis! After returning home from an unpopular war, Jun becomes an outsider in an indifferent world. Alone, desperate, and suffering from wounds both mental and physical, she seeks relief in the illicit drugs she manages to … Continue reading PTSD: NetGalley Review