White Horse by Alex Adams | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To White Horse by Alex Adams? White Horse by Alex Adams is an adult dystopia book that has crossover YA appeal. Or at least that’s how it was pitched when the book was released several years ago. At the time, that really appealed to me. However, as you all know how TBRs […]

The Fate Of The Tearling by Erika Johansen | Book Review

The Fate Of The Tearling by Erika Johansen is the stunning conclusion to the Queen of the Tearling series. Thus, as this is the last book of the series, I cannot review it without spoiling the previous two books in the series. So, if you don’t want those books to be spoiled, click to my […]

The Good Luck Of Right Now by Matthew Quick | Book Review

I am such an obnoxious fan of Matthew Quick’s work. I’ve yet to read a book by Quick that I do not like. The Good Luck Of Right Now contains all the hallmarks of Quick’s other works. There’s mental illness. There’s a Philadelphia setting. There’s characters who are a bit odd. The story definitely is off […]

Nevernight by Jay Kristoff | Book Review

I am so late to the party when it comes to Nevernight by Jay Kristoff. It turns out that I absolutely loved this book. Now I should provide the caveat that while I read this, just about around the time I was really getting absorbed into Nevernight there was a twitter thread I think about a certain character’s […]

The Girl Who Wrote In Silk | Glory Over Everything | Warriors Of The Storm

In which we throw it back and I review three historical fiction audiobooks today — let me know if any of these books sound like something you’d enjoy! The Girl Who Wrote In Silk by Kelli Estes reminds me that I definitely do not read enough adult historical fiction. It is such an interesting audiobook. […]

The Holidays: Choose Your Own Misery by Mike MacDonald & Jilly Gagnon | Book Review

Remember back when you were in grade school and the Choose Your Own Adventure books were the HIT of the school library? So, the writers of The Onion have decided to jump on the nostalgia train and have this series of books called Choose Your Own Misery. Of course, like the Choose Your Own Adventure books, […]