Timekeeper by Tara Sim

Timekeeper by Tara Sim is an imaginative, original, alternate history steampunk set in London in the late 1800s, and it’s about time. Specifically, magical clocks that control time, and when they go out of whack, they affect the time around them as well. I can’t get over how much I loved this book. I was […]

The Encounter (Animorphs Graphix #3) by KA Applegate, Michael Grant, and Chris Grine

As a somewhat devoted fan of the original Animorphs series who once spent an entire day reading the Animorphs Wikipedia and learning absolutely nothing new, seeing Tobias’ story faithfully adapted into a beautiful graphic novel was a treat. Not only does the graphic novel capture all the tense adventure of the original story, it updates […]

The Darkness Outside Us

This is a sci-fi romance between two teen boys who are on a deep space rescue mission. However, since the most central plot point – the fact that they are two boys – doesn’t make sense to me, and the reasons provided as to WHY it has to be two boys, especially in the context […]

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 […]

Ten Thousand Skies Above You (Firebird #2) by Claudia Gray

This whole series is proof that I just really don’t care about covers. I’m really sorry, because they are legitimately gorgeous covers, but I didn’t even realise the first book, A Thousand Pieces of You, had two cities represented on it! I just didn’t look that closely because covers are not as important to me […]

A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray

I read and loved the Spellcaster series by this same author last year, and although a lot of people have said they love the cover for this book, I never really looked at it that closely when it was available to borrow from my library. I guess I thought maybe it was too busy? Maybe […]

The Invasion (Animorphs Graphix #1) by K.A. Applegate, Michael Grant, and Chris Grine

I’ve already reviewed the source material for this, so I won’t be talking about characterisation, plotting, the action, or anything like that. Why I think this is great for existing Animorphs fans to read is because seeing things these drawings makes everything come flooding back: and yes, I am hugely nostalgic for Animorphs and I […]

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