The Change

This book may be close to 500 pages but I still managed to binge it in 24 hour. While not entirely what I was expecting, this genre-defying book is easily a five star read! Harriett, recently divorced and let go from her advertising job, hasn’t been seen in a month. Her house especially her garden,…

Hotel Magnifique

One of my most anticipated new releases for Spring, was Hotel Magnifique. The hotel, where the story takes place, is magical. It shows up for just on day every and doesn’t repeat destinations for ten years. Once inside the hotel, patrons will get to experience two weeks of pure fantasy. The only catch is that…

A River Enchanted

Rebecca Ross is known for her YA fantasy book, and while this is her first venture in Adult fantasy, it’s also my first experience with her writing. It’s being compared to House of Earth and Blood and The Witch’s Heart, but it really gave me Name of the Wind meets Outlander vibes. It’s not a…

League of Liars

This is my first book by Astrid Scholte, and I tend to really enjoy a good YA fantasy especially with unique magic systems. So when the folks from Penguin Teen asked if I wanted to read an early copy, of course I jumped at the opportunity. Part courtroom drama, part jailbreak/heist, League of Liars follows…

The Keeper of Night

I’m a huge fan of YA fantasy, but I think I’ve decided I’m not a huge fan of fantasy duologies. I have started to notice, at least in the duologies I have read recently, is a big issue with pacing. Most fantasy stories need time to develop and establish world-building. I find that the first…

Cackle

Two things to start this review: This book is being classified as a horror, fantasy, paranormal read. While I agree with the witchy vibes this story gives off, to me this isn’t what I would consider to be a ‘Horror’ book. So don’t let that sway you away from reading this book. I adored Harrison’s…

The Last Graduate

Book 2 in Naomi Novik’sThe Scholomance series is coming out in September and I have been not so patiently waiting for it’s releases since I read A Deadly Education last year. I think Novik is an incredibly Imaginative writer who does a wonderful job of world building and creating unique characters. A DEADLY EDUCATION REVIEW…

No Gods, No Monsters

This was one of my most anticipated reads of 2021. I’m a huge science fiction fan and really enjoy urban fantasy in particular, so based on the synopsis I figured this would be right up my alley. Honestly, after getting an advanced copy of No Gods, No Monsters, I have been left completely conflicted on…

A Master of Djinn

Before I even review this book, let’s talk about how this is the first book in the Dead Djinn Universe. I was a little confused at first because when I looked into the Dead Djinn Universe, there seemed to be 3 other works already published in this world. Book 0.5 – 0.7 are all novellas…

Paper & Blood

If you read my review of Ink & Sigil, the first book in this series, you’ll know I loved this series and book 2 did not disappoint. See my review for Ink & Sigil HERE. In Paper& Blood, Al MacBharrais is back along with Buck Foi (a whiskey obsessed hobgoblin), Gladys Who Has Seen Some…