eARC Review: H.M. Long & Hall of Smoke

Hall of Smoke by H.M. Long is an incredible, epic-fantasy debut released by Titan Books on January 19th. Are you ready for an adventure? I really wanted to review this book for you sooner but got the eARC a couple of days before the publication date. Still, here I am, with a hyped Hall of […]

eARC Review: Clara O’Connor & Secrets of the Starcrossed

Secrets of the Starcrossed is book #1 in the Once and Future Queen trilogy by author Clara O’Connor. Is it good? Depends on your definition. My Secrets of the Starcrossed review will go over the plot and characters. I will be pointing out some weak points (weak in my opinion). If you have high expectations […]

eARC Review: A.K. Wilder & Crown of Bones

Crown of Bones by A.K. Wilder is an imaginative fantasy that’s to debut on January 5th. This review is a short exploration of the world. As you can expect, I received a free digital copy of the book through NetGalley, and all opinions are my own. I read it last year, but between exams and […]

eARC Review: Jason Tanamor & Vampires of Portlandia

Vampires of Portlandia by Jason Tanamor is a Filipino-inspired urban fantasy. I got an ARC through Netgalley, for which I’m grateful, but unfortunately, the book wasn’t for me. Sometimes, judging the book by its cover gets me in trouble, and this is one of those times. Vampires of Portlandia has an awesome cover that would […]

eARC Review: Camille Longley & Firefrost

Fireforst by Camille Longley is a YA fantasy novel due to be published on September 21st, 2020. It’s book #0 of the Flameskin Chronicles – a sort of a prequel setting up the scene. Thanks to Netgalley and the author, I got an ARC of the book. Without further ado, let’s dive into this long-postponed […]

eARC Review: Lavie Tidhar & By Force Alone

In By Force Alone, Lavie Tidhar takes an ax to the Arthurian Legend and hacks it into pieces. Pieces that he then weaves into a bloody mess of gory awesome. Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher, I had the chance to read the book prior to its release on the 11th of August 2020. And […]

eARC Review: Karin Biggs & The King’s 100

The King’s 100 by Karin Biggs is a summer read filled with magic and excitement! Due to be released on July 21st, I think it’s time to draw some attention to it. *taps mic* READ. THIS. DAMN. BOOK. For the longest time, I thought I was no longer fitted to read YA. I haven’t been […]

eARC Review: Wren Handman & Wire Wings

Wire Wings by Wren Handman is a forthcoming sci-fi novel dealing with love, loss, and VR. Where does VR fit in all this? Let’s find out! I got an eArc of Wire Wings through Netgalley, and I’m thankful to the author and publisher for the opportunity. The book is expected to be published on June […]

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