Lore by Alexandra Bracken | Book Review

I love Alexandra Bracken’s versatility in her speculative fiction writing. From time traveling to fiber arts magic to Greek gods and hunters, she really can flex that creative muscle. Lore is Alexandra Bracken’s latest. It’s a bit of a door stopper, but do not let that stop you from reading this excellent story. I have […]

Float Plan by Trish Doller | Book Review

I am obsessed with Trish Doller’s books. Her writing has spanned essentially the whole of my time blogging, so I feel a fondness for them – starting with Something Like Normal going all the way to Start Here and now her adult debut Float Plan. And you know what? I will gladly look forward to all of her […]

Dragonfly Girl by Marti Leimbach | Book Review

I love picking up young adult books where the protagonist has a passion for something. Dragonfly Girl by Marti Leimbach appealed to me because the main character, Kira, is SO into science at basically the detriment of everything else. Plus, we have a little bit of romance and international travel as well as some shady dealings. […]

The Orphan Of Cemetery Hill by Hester Fox | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Orphan Of Cemetery Hill by Hester Fox? Previously, I had listened to The Witch Of Willow Hall, Hester Fox’s debut and just fell for its spooky gothic vibes. The Orphan Of Cemetery Hill seemed to also promise vibes that would be spooky and gothic. I just knew I had to give […]

We Free The Stars by Hafsah Faizal | Book Review

Hafsah Faizal’s writing is truly a force. We Free The Stars is the final book in the Sands Of Arawiya duology, and wow, y’all, just wow. I made this book a priority because full disclosure, I think that Hafsah is an awesome person and I’ve “known” her since she was blogging at Icey Books. Usually I […]

Court Of Lions by Somaiya Daud | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To Court Of Lions by Somiya Daud? At the very beginning of 2019, I listened to Mirage by Somaiya Daud. Of course, I loved it and really gelled with the audiobook version. Upon seeing the sequel and finale to the duology, Court Of Lions, I knew I had to read it. Ultimately, I […]