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
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 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
Only a few days left in 2018 and I am looking back fondly on some of my favorites. Did you love any of these books this year? Planning to read them next year? Let me know! Ok so there are more than 10, I just couldn't narrow it down!!! … Continue reading My Top Ten(?) of 2018!
I was recently approved for an eArc of Shadow of the Fox by Julie Kagawa. I saw the word kitsune and I was sold! I have a kitsune tattoo on my foot, and a deep love Japanese language and mythology so I really enjoyed diving into this fun, magical world. Read on to learn more … Continue reading Shadow of the Fox: NetGalley Review
Abrams Books was kind enough to send me an arc of The Good Demon by Jimmy Cajoleas in exchange for a review. The book is already out, so you don't have to wait to add it to your Fall reading list! That is definitely my recommendation as I loved this dark demonic read full of heart, grief, … Continue reading The Good Demon: ARC Review
I first heard about Vox by Christina Dalcher at San Diego Comic-con and I knew I had to read it asap. Since I don't read a ton of adult fiction, I found the pacing a bit slow and some exposition didn't feel super organic but my criticism ends there. The world presented in Vox is painfully realistic, and … Continue reading Vox: Book Review