5 Reviews Of Throwback YA Books

As we approach the new year, I am trying to enter unburdened. So, I am going through my spreadsheets, typing reviews, and posting drafts. I want to go into 2022 free and clear without leftover unwritten Netgalley/Edelweiss reviews hanging over my head. And so, similar to a photodump, here is a review dump of five […]

The Woman In Red by Diana Giovinazzo | Book Review

The Woman In Red by Diana Giovinazzo gave me exactly what I expected. For real though, I just love sinking my teeth into a good historical fiction book and being whisked away to another time and place. Giovinazzo’s debut is a sweeping story of love and passion that crosses continents. For the most part, I […]

The Nemesis by SJ Kincaid | Book Review

Another day another series finished. The Nemesis is the final book in SJ Kincaid’s Diabolic series and what a closer it is. I think that if you are looking for a science fiction series that explores politics and humanity but is also kind of brutal, you should be reading this series by SJ Kincaid. Personally, I appreciate […]

All The Tides Of Fate by Adalyn Grace | Book Review

All The Tides Of Fate by Adalyn Grace is the conclusion to her All The Stars And Teeth duology. Friends, I was seriously sleeping on this duology. I enjoyed it SO much. Unfortunately, it did not catch my attention until recently. But the upside is that you can read a book at anytime, it isn’t like […]

All The Stars And Teeth by Adalyn Grace | Book Review

Even though I am scared of the ocean and deep water, I love books set on the high seas. All The Stars And Teeth by Adalyn Grace was right up my alley. This YA debut is a unique fantasy story about a princess who will do anything to save her kingdom. I simply ate this one […]

For The Wolf by Hannah Whitten | Book Review

For The Wolf by Hannah Whitten has a cover that is like catnip to me. Looking at that cover of the red contrasted with the green and white of the Wilderwood and aesthetically, I am sold. Then we have the tagline about two sisters, one is for the throne and one is for the wolf. […]