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 […]

Review: Martha Wells & The Murderbot Diaries

Reviewing novellas like The Murderbot Diaries has always been very hard for me. They contain so much in such a small package, and I simply find it challenging. But with the release of Network Effect – the first full-length novel of the Diaries, thought I could give it a shot. So I sat down and […]

Review: Jim Keen & The Paradise Factory

The Paradise Factory is book #1 of the Cortex series, written by Jim Keen. The cover and the cyberpunk feeling to it immediately got me on board. Also, it was available for an immediate read on Netgalley, and given I just registered there, I couldn’t pass on the opportunity. Introduced as a Cyberpunk story set […]

Review: J.R.R. Tolkien’s Unfinished Tales by Christopher Tolkien

Is this an unfinished book review of the Unfinished Tales by J.R.R. Tolkien? Maybe it is. Maybe it isn’t. Read on to find out! The Unfinished Tales of Númenor and Middle-Earth by J.R.R. Tolkien, as edited by his son, Christopher Tolkien, was the lifeline I needed after finishing The Silmarillion. As you can see in […]

Review: J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Silmarillion – A Different Earth

I really wanted to start the life of Valthura with something I’ve read recently and that’s inspired me. And I really wanted it to be J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Silmarillion. Now that I’m sitting in front of the empty document, I realize I have no idea how to start. Whatever I say about it, it won’t […]

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