Come Tumbling Down is already the fifth installment to the Wayward Children novella series and I hope it never ends. It is such a delicious little series to set your teeth into and I enjoy the set up.
Photo Book: Aquicorn Cove by Katie O’Neill Release Date: October 16th 2018 Tags: Middle Grade / Graphic Novel / Fantasy / Ocean / Pollution / Fishing / Community / Storm / LGBTQ+ / F/F relationship Trigger Warnings: Storm Damage / Loss of a Loved One Other books by this author I reviewed The Tea Dragon… Continue reading Aquicorn Cove // Book Review
Silver in the Wood is a dark fairytale and atmospheric novella.
One of the sci-fi books I’ve really wanted to read in the last few years but that I kept putting off was The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu. What put me off was some hard hitting science that I knew was going to be in it and I was scared that it was going to… Continue reading Reasons to Pick Up Rememberance of Earth’s Past / #scifimonth
Another strong, this time more science based story by Becky Chambers in To Be Taught, If Fortunate
Girls of Storm and Shadow doesn’t hit quite as hard as the first book but does still give you quite a punch.
In August I finally picked up Girls of Paper and Fire and gosh I should not have waited this long. There was a lot of hype surrounding this book that made me go back and forth on getting it but once the tiny paperback appeared I had to have it. There are too many points… Continue reading Why You Should Read Girls of Paper and Fire