The Cemeteries of Amalo series is a companion to The Goblin Emperor in which we follow the Witness for the Dead Celehar. The Grief of Stones is the second story. If you are looking for soul warming and character focus fantasy this is a great series for you.
Murderbot is back! In between watching Sanctuary Moon and their protection detail, they now have to solve a murder!
A Space Opera with fun and kick-ass females.
Book: The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O. by Neal Stephenson and Nicole Galland Release Date: January 13th 2017 Tags: Science-Fiction / Fantasy / Historical Fiction / Adult / Magic / Witches / Time Travel / Government / Normandy / Belgium / United Kingdom / European History / Vikings / The Great Exhibiton / Linguistics/ Friendship… Continue reading The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O. // Book Review
Book: Failure to Communicate (Xandri Corelel 1) by Kaia Sønderby Release Date: February 14th 2017 Tags: Adult / Science-Fiction / Aliens / Space Ships / First Contact / Neurodivergence / Genetic Manipulation / Disability / Autism / Autistic MC / Mental Health / Anxiety / Bipolar Disorder Trigger Warnings: Ableism / Anxiety Attacks on the… Continue reading Failure to Communicate / #scifimonth // Book Review
Mini reviews of books 2 and 3 of the Wayward Children series by Seanan McGuire.
A Pinch of Magic, a spellbinding middle grade fantasy
Happy new year! This week the topic for top ten tuesday is top rated books of 2018 (as always hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl). I decided to share my 5 and 4,5 star rated books of last year. I haven’t been rating books very high as you will see in my stat post later… Continue reading My 5 and 4,5 Star Reads of 2018 / #toptentuesday 169
Book: Giant Days Volume 1 and 2 by John Allison Release Date: November 2015 / April 2016 Tags: Contemporary / College / Coming of Age / New Adult / Graphic Novel / Gothic / Friendship / Female Friendship / LGBTQ+ / Lesbians Trigger Warnings: Drug Use Volume Seperate Rating: Vol 1: 5 stars / Vol… Continue reading Book Review – Giant Days Volume 1 & 2
That I am a fan of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld you all probably know by now. Even so I haven’t gotten around to reading them all. Not even halfway there. Luckily there are various arcs throughout the 41 books so I can at least feel like I have accomplished something. Recently I read Thief of Time… Continue reading Five Reasons to Jump on Discworld’s Death Books