Firestarter, a worthy ending to the Timekeeper trilogy.
Second Star is a Peter Pan Retelling. While I am not the biggest fan of the classic Peter Pan, the idea of a retelling of Peter Pan set in space was just too appealing to pass on. Unfortunately the book couldn’t quite deliver in the areas that I wanted it to.
A Curse So Dark and Lonely is an enthrally but by no means perfect retelling of beauty and the beast.
Lord of Shadows is a very solid, all encompassing book that ends up slamming right into you at the end. Read this if you already have book 3 in your possession. I warn you.
Revenger was a surprising action-packed space adventure, a thing I wasn’t expecting after the first few pages.
The Little Shop of Found Things is an interesting paranormal historical time travel story. Yes it does combine all that!
The Demon Race by Alexandria Warwick, a desert based fantasy standalone.
Last year I saw a translated to Dutch middle grade book making the rounds. It was more so under the radar and the attention seemed to come more from book sellers than any of the Dutch book bloggers. This book was The Many Worlds of Albie Bright. Straight of the cover pulled me in and… Continue reading Four Reasons to Pick up this Middle Grade: The Many Worlds of Albie Bright
Memory, Sorrow and Thorn is a well known classic fantasy. Here are my thoughts on this series.
The Stone Sky is the conclusion to The Broken Earth trilogy. Does it live up to the brillaint Fifth Season. For the most part, yes.