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. […]

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 […]

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 […]