eARC Review: John Scalzi & Starter Villain

Starter Villain by John Scalzi is yet another sci-fi treat by an all-time favorite author. I had the pleasure of reading a free copy of the book thanks to the publisher and NetGalley. After loving The Kaiju Preservation Society to bits, when I got approached to read Starter Villain in exchange for an honest review, […]

Review: Nicholas Conley & Ending Forever

Ending Forever by Nicholas Conley is a short, fast-paced sci-fi read that deals with topics like death and loss. The author approached me and offered a free copy of the book, and I appreciate that. Below we’ll dive into the details of the book and what made it enjoyable. I must say the short synopsis […]

eARC Review: A.C. Wise & Hooked

Hooked by A.C. Wise is, I believe, the first Peter Pan retelling I’ve read. I got a free copy of the book thanks to NetGalley and the publisher, Titan Books. And I got… hooked. Heh. The book was such a pleasant surprise, I gobbled a third of it in a couple of hours. It whetted […]

Review: Malcolm Gladwell & Talking to Strangers

Talking to Strangers by Malcolm Gladwell was a haunting, compelling read that took me by surprise. I’m not big on non-fiction books, but I’ve read a few here and there. And I’m obviously late to the Gladwell train. When I spotted the book, the title alone was enough to pique my interest. As someone incapable […]

eARC Review: Olivie Blake & The Atlas Six

The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake is one of the best reads I’ve had in 2022. This review is way overdue, but I was in no way capable of writing it after finishing the book. It had to settle. A big thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for providing me with a copy of […]

eARC Review: John Scalzi & The Kaiju Preservation Society

The Kaiju Preservation Society by John Scalzi is comedy gold. That’s one of the best, most entertaining, smart books you’ll read. I’ve always loved books that don’t take themselves too seriously, as you can guess from my love for Martha Wells’ The Murderbot Diaries. And this is one of those books. It’s fun, full of […]

eARC Review: Gareth L. Powell & Stars and Bones

Gareth L. Powell’s Stars and Bones came out on the 15th of February, and it’s one of the best books you’ll read in 2022. Well, if you’re into space opera and cosmic horror. Which I am, and I enjoyed the book so much! I was lucky enough to receive a free copy of the book […]

eARC Review: H. M. Long & Temple of No God

This review of H.M. Long’s Temple of No God is late, the 2nd book in the Hall of Smoke is already out, so let’s dive right in! The truth is, my SO and I got a PS5 in December, and, as you can imagine, things have been focused on gaming. But I’m here to remedy […]

eARC Review: Charissa Weaks & The Witch Collector

The Witch Collector by Charissa Weaks is a fast-paced fantasy that I devoured, and I’m writing this review to gush about it. It will be released on November 2nd by City Owl Press. If you love young-adult books bordering on new adult dedicated to the enemies-to-lovers trope, then The Witch Collector MUST BE on your […]

eARC Review: Chelsea Lauren & Creatures Most Vile

Creatures Most Vile is Chelsea Lauren’s (from what I gather) debut novel. It’s a young-adult fantasy dystopia that grabs you by the throat from page 1. As (almost) always, I got a free copy of the book through NetGalley, all the way back in August. All opinions are my own. I delayed my Creatures Most […]

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