What We Devour is yet another standalone fantasy by the hand of Lynsey Miller. Another dark tale with intricate world building and interesting twists and turns.
Thank you to TorDotCom and Netgalley for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: Hard Reboot by Django Wexler Release Date: May 25th 2021 Tags: Adult | Sci-Fi | Old Earth | Novella | Big Robots | Mecha | Mecha Fights | LGBTQ+ |… Continue reading Hard Reboot | ARC Review
Thank you to Little Brown Book Group UK for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This did not change my opinion in anyway. I bought a physical copy and read that instead of the review copy however because the ebook wouldn’t work on my ereader. Book: The Bone Shard Daughter (The Drowning… Continue reading The Bone Shard Daughter | ARC Review
Everything about The City We Became grabbed my attention. From Sao Paol moving through the city to help to our 5 new yorkers who became one of the boroughs to protect their city and to find New York’s avatar, to cities having a soul.
The Traitor Baru Cormorant isn’t in itself a pleasant read. It is confronting, brutal and can completely absorb you if you let it. The synopsis really tells it all.
The Unbroken is a military fantasy that focuses on colonialism and identity.
Thank you to Tor Books and Netgalley for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: Winter’s Orbit by Everina Maxwell Release Date: February 2nd 2021 Tags: Adult | Sci-Fi | Romance | Arranged Marriage | LGBTQ+ | M/M Relationship Trigger/Content Warnings: Mentions of Domestic… Continue reading Winter’s Orbit | ARC Review
Thank you to Central Avenue Publishing for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: Lava Red Feather Blue by Molly Ringle Release Date: January 5th 2021 Tags: Adult | Urban Fantasy | Fantasy | Sleeping Beauty Retelling | Fae | War | Kingdom |… Continue reading Lava Red Feather Blue | ARC Review
The Galaxy, and the Ground Within is another spectacular read. Not for the plot but for the characters that find each other.
I read The Library of the Unwritten earlier this year and was immediately hooked. The Archive of the Forgotten immediately became my most aniticipated release of the year. I was not dissapointed.