The Monster of Her Age by Danielle Binks

Sometimes you find a book that speaks to your soul so personally, it’s as if the author ripped open your chest, dissected your heart under a microscope, found a whole bunch of things you love and identify with, and then wrote a book about it. To say that I understand why representation is important is […]

The Dead Queens Club

In a world where I rarely pick up books for my own reading pleasure – and by that I mean I’m usually so guilt-wracked over my unread ARCs that I have 600 books on my TBR (at least!), I just could not stop thinking about this book. I knew I wanted to read it from […]

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 […]

Foretold: 14 Tales of Prophecy and Prediction edited by Carrie Ryan

A great collection of interesting and diverse stories all (mostly) revolving around a theme of prophecy, or foretelling, or otherwise predicting the future. I was completely gobsmacked to find two stories in particular had prophecies of their own: Michael Grant’s This is a Mortal Wound mentioned how interesting Hamilton was in 2012, three years before […]

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 […]

Pivot Point by Kasie West

I have a problem with the fundamental plot of this book. In this book, Addie can take a peek into two futures based on decisions she might make at any one point. It’s called Searching and is a rare paranormal gift in her paranormal community. It literally benefits and affects no one but her. She […]

The Call of the Wild by Jack London

Please note that this review spoils both the book and the 2020 Disney film adaptation. I have always loved this book. I first read it in high school after I discovered it was written by the same author who wrote White Fang. Now, keep in mind I was at school over the millennium, so this […]

Black Beauty by Anna Sewell

This is the third copy of Black Beauty I own. Black Beauty is an incredibly special book to me. Not only was it the first non-picture book I ever read all by myself at age 5 or 6, and when I finished it I immediately started it all over again: it taught me an incredibly […]

Tour Stop: The Rift by Rachael Craw – Guest Post + Review

Welcome to the Moonlight Library’s tour stop for  The Rift by Rachael Craw. This tour stop consists of a Guest Post by Rachael on her inspiration for the book, plus a book review! Scroll down for a bonus giveaway on Rafflecoptor! Awards: Storylines Notable Book Award, 2019 Finalist, New Zealand Book Awards for Children and […]

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