A Spindle Splintered by Alix E. Harrow | Novella Review

A Spindle Splintered by Alix E. Harrow is such a solid introduction to Harrow’s work. I have never picked up anything by Harrow prior to this novella. Now? I just want to read all the things by Harrow. I think it helps that this is part of a series called Fractured Fables — I love […]

The Blacktongue Thief by Christopher Buehlman | Book Review

The Blacktongue Thief by Christopher Buehlman lured me in with its excellent cover. I was further convinced by the good reviews it got on Goodreads. I had to put a hold on the physical book at the library — as I wanted that tactile reading experience. Well, turns out, I didn’t exactly love The Blacktongue Thief. […]

The Dog Master by W. Bruce Cameron | Audiobook Review

Why Did I Listen To The Dog Master by W. Bruce Cameron? The Dog Master by W. Bruce Cameron is 100% out of the ordinary for what I typically read, listen to, and review. I mean, yes, I do listen to historical fiction sometimes. However, I never ever listen to historical fiction set during the […]

Allison: Dark Companion | Marta Acosta | Book Review

Dark Companion by Marta Acosta had so much potential to be a great modern day YA Gothic novel but unfortunately it fell very flat for me. Honestly, I spent half of my time reading it trying to decode it. Why? Because I just simply couldn’t understand it, and once I was finally able to some-what […]

The Rithmatist | Brandon Sanderson | Book Review

I am forever and always a fangirl of Brandon Sanderson. There are very, very few of his books that I have not read yet, not including the Wheel of Time books that he wrote when taking over for the deceased Robert Jordan. You guys, this dude, this writer has an AMAZING imagination. He builds these […]

The Battle Of Blood And Ink Jared Axelrod Steve Walker Book Review

The Battle Of Blood And Ink by Jared Axelrod and Steve Walker is a steampunk graphic novel that takes place on a floating city called Amperstam and is an interesting read to pass the day away with. The Battle Of Blood And Ink explores the freedom of press and the risks of  telling the truth […]