Thank you to Lerner Publishing Group for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: Ever After by Olivia Vieweg Release Date: September 1st 2020 Tags: Graphic Novel | Sci-Fi | Zombies | The Undead | Germany | Mental Health | Depression | Anxiety Trigger/Content… Continue reading Ever After | ARC Review
I would like to go and live in The Library of the Unwritten yes.
The Weight of a Soul is a historical and mythological viking story. It focuses on the daughter of the chief of a Viking clan. She loses her sister and tries hard to find her back.Our main character has to find a soul that is as heavy as her sister to get her back.
Steel Crow Saga is a fantasy I have been waiting on: non-white LGBTQ+ characters
A summary of my review of Jade War: Fonda Lee, stop breaking my heart.
The Ingenious is an interesting fantasy set in a world with a ‘floating’ city. If that sounds whimsical, the book is not. It is dark and gritty, and it failed to capture me.
There were various reasons that got me excited about this anthology, not the least of all the female voices that told the stories. Was this anthology all I wanted it to be? Probably not. But that doesn’t change the fact that this is still a good anthology that will hit home with a lot of… Continue reading Four Reasons to Pick Up Toil & Trouble
The Caged Queen by Kristin Ciccarelli, the sequel to The Last Namsara.
The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein by Kiersten White is a retelling of Frankenstein that for the most part quite delivers.
Twice Dead by Caitlin Seal. An okay start to a necromancy series.