I was drawn to Where the Lightning Goes by that incredible cover. But unfortunately the book itself could not quite live up to it.
Night Angel Nemesis | Book 4 of the Night Angel | Arc Review
I was both excited and hesitant to read this continuation of the Night Angel Series. I read the original trilogy about 15 years ago and I remember loving it at the time. I have been meaning to reread it but I never did quite get around to it. And after reading this installment, I think I shouldn't. I should just keep my original fond memories.
The Bone Shard War | Book 3 of The Drowning Empire | ARC Review
The Bone Shard War is overal a satisfying conclusion whose biggest downfall was its length. Two years after the ending of the second book is where The Bone Shard War starts...
Some Desperate Glory | Arc Review
The thing about Some Desperate Glory is that you aren't going to like the characters, especially our main character Kyr. She was raised to be a facist, radicalized.
Grave Danger | Book 2 of The Lavington Windsor Mysteries | ARC Review
The second book of this series starts a few months after the ending of Grave Secrets. And I must wonder about Tony's life choices.
Grave Secrets | Book Review
Book: Grave Secrets (The Lavington Windsor Mysteries 1) by Alice James Release Date: September 1st 2020Tags: Paranormal Fantasy | Paranormal Romance | Adult | Necromancy | Vampires Trigger/Content Warnings: Sexual Content | Hints at upcoming abusive relationship | mentions of drug abuse | Raising Dead Bodies | Murder | Violence | Torture | Kidnapping Agatha … Continue reading Grave Secrets | Book Review
Her Majesty’s Royal Coven | Book Review | #WyrdandWonder
Book: Her Majesty's Royal Coven (Her Mayesty's Royal Coven 1) by Juno Dawson Release Date: May 31st 2022Tags: Adult Fantasy | Witches | Warlocks | Covens Trigger/Content Warnings: transphobia | misgendering | deadnaming| sexism | homophobia At the dawn of their adolescence, on the eve of the summer solstice, four young girls--Helena, Leonie, Niamh and … Continue reading Her Majesty’s Royal Coven | Book Review | #WyrdandWonder
And Put Away Childish Things | ARC Review | #WyrdandWonder
And Put Away the Childish Things is a Narnia inspired portal fantasy that takes a grown up look at the fairytale aspects of it all.
In the Company of Witches | Book Review
I found this as I was browsing for witchy cozy reads in the ebook section and was quite instantl drawn to that cat on the cover and the title. It seemed like everything I would want in a cozy witchy read. And it was.
The Adventures of Amina al-Sirafi | ARC Review
While I enjoyed the authors City of Brass when it first came out, I never much felt inclined to continue on with the series. However when I heard that she was writing an adult fantasy I knew I had to give that a try. And I think I was right to as I feel the story and characters work better for me than her young adult story.