REVIEW | The Trespass Collection

I read The Forward Collection last year and had a really good time, so when my Kindle Unlimited scrolling came across The Trespass Collection, I knew I had to listen to them. The Trespass Collection is, as far as I can tell, the second of Audible's novella collections available on Kindle Unlimited with free Audible narration. If you'd like to sign up for Kindle Unlimited, my link is here and at the bottom of this review. Where The Forward Collection focused on sci-fi, The Trespass Collection is nature-focused - but just as intriguing and unnerving in moments.

REVIEW | Only A Monster | Vanessa Len | Monsters #1

I honestly requested this one based off the tagline, 'Only a monster can kill a hero'. I'm a sucker for villainous characters, as you can tell from my reviews of All of Us Villains and Beyond the Ruby Veil. This book wasn't what I expected, more good-guy-monster than monster-monster, but I had so much fun reading it. Once I got started I read the whole thing in one day, kept entertained enough to chase through each page, though unfortunately the ending didn't really land with me.

REVIEW | The Thousand Eyes | A.K. Larkwood | The Serpent Gates #2

I absolutely adored THE UNSPOKEN NAME when I first read it, and loved it even more on the reread. This was one of my most anticipated 2022 releases, so I was delighted when Tor sent me a finished copy to read and review. I started reading the audiobook, but ended up swapping to the physical copy because I felt the overwhelming urge to tab as I went - which I have only ever done for Harrow the Ninth before. That should tell you how much I loved this sequel.