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