Broken Wish by Julie C. Dao | Book Review

Broken Wish by Julie C. Dao is the first book of The Mirror series which is essentially a fractured fairy tales series. The concept is that four different authors each contribute one book to the series which tells the story of a family saga over the generations — with a magical twist. Dao’s story of […]

All The Horses Of Iceland by Sarah Tolmie | Novella Review

I had hoped I would vibe a bit more with All The Horses Of Iceland by Sarah Tolmie. Historical fantasy is right up my alley. I just finished watching The Bachelor which had set the finale parts in Iceland. So, now I feel a bit more affinity with the place — trite as that may sound. […]

So This Is Ever After by FT Lukens | Book Review

So This Is Ever After by FT Lukens has one of the most gorgeous covers. The colors, the art, I love. So when this book came across my email, I couldn’t resist temptation. And I am so down for a good fantasy and am frequently sold on dungeons and dragons comparisons. As it turns out […]

Comfort Me With Apples by Catherynne M. Valente | Novella Review

Catherynne M. Valente’s novella Comfort Me With Apples was a bit of an interesting reading experience — different from the expectations I had. I went into this book excited to try something from Valente that was not middle grade fantasy. Also, glad that I only had to commit to a novella. I ended up reading this […]

Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson | Book Review

Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson is a book that I had extreme high hopes for. I mean, just look at that cover. If ever there was a book cover to make a siren call that I can immediately pick up on — it would be this one. I was SO excited to pick this book up. […]

The Amber Crown by Jacey Bedford | Book Review

Reading epic fantasy always makes me feel like I am going back to my roots. You can imagine just how excited I was to dive into The Amber Crown by Jacey Bedford. It is a chonk of a book AND a standalone AND aimed at adults. Sign me up right this very second. Over a chilly […]