Witch by Finbar Hawkins

I did not enjoy most of this book. I don’t really want to write a ‘negative’ review, because I can see how some people might have enjoyed this. But the writing style – although unique, and with an excellent narrative voice, did not gel with me. The book was written with archaic language, playing with […]

These Rebel Waves by Sara Raasch

I thoroughly enjoyed this audiobook. Sara Raasch has a very competent writing style, and this book hit everything I love about fantasy. A unique magic system: this one based on botanicals: that’s right, the plants are magic! A brave, strong, selfless heroine A handsome rogue of indeterminate sexuality who is not overtly romantically attracted to […]

Crown of Feathers by Nicki Pau Preto

I have never before in my life skipped parts of a book and still finished. This book was such a conundrum! The good parts were enjoyable, but I literally skipped some boring parts and didn’t miss anything. There were a lot of points of view in this novel. And I mean, like, the blurb doesn’t […]

The Virtue of Sin by Shannon Schuren

I wasn’t quite sure what I was getting into with this book. I think I was expecting a bit of a dystopian – and it still kind of is, since it takes place inside a secluded community, which is why I have indicated that I think the genre can also be considered dystopian. But it’s […]

Midnight Sun (Twilight #5) by Stephenie Meyer

Yes, I’m going to review this! 15 years after Twilight was released, Meyer finally released her much-awaited retelling of book 1 from Edward’s point of view. And although it was a mammoth tome, topping in at over 750 pages, I did enjoy it. I think this book’s strength comes from having already read the previous […]

Warrior of the Wild by Tricia Levenseller

This is my fourth Tricia Levenseller book, and I’m hooked. I love that this author can put out books that are different enough to be different, but have enough similarities to be familiar. Like Maria V Snyder! It’s so comforting to be able to trust an author like this. Case in point: across all of […]

The Princess and the Fangirl by Ashley Poston

Having loved Geekerella, I dove straight into The Princess and the Fangirl hoping for more of the same. I have to say, I was a little disappointed. I absolutely loved the Con setting, I loved the characters of Jess and Imogen, and even the people around them like Imogen’s brother Milo and his boyfriend, her […]

A Million Worlds With You (Firebird #3) by Claudia Gray

This was an epic conclusion to an incredible series. I enjoyed this book so much. Not only did Claudia Gray deliver an incredible story, but Tavia Gilbert, the audiobook narrator, also delivered another impeccable, incredibly emotional performance. I was so heavily invested the entire time that I even shouted so loud my husband heard me […]

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