I read this book completely blind, having requested it based on: my ridiculous run of 4 or 5 star reads with Pushkin Press, the hype I'd seen on twitter and that gorgeous cover. I'm actually kind of glad I read it with no idea what was happening, because it meant that this book swept me away with its emotive story. Rating: 4 stars!
The Memory of Souls is the third book in the A Chorus of Dragon series, following: book one, The Ruin of Kings which I reviewed last Wednesday; and book two, The Name of All Things which I reviewed last Friday! There are two more books to go in this epic fantasy series, and I can't wait for them - this one released earlier this month, so be sure to grab it while it's hot. Rating: 5 stars!
The Name of All Things is the second book in the A Chorus of Dragons series, following The Ruin of Kings, which I reviewed two days ago! We're continuing on my review series of this epic fantasy series as the third book, The Memory of Souls came out at the beginning of this month, and I'm urging you all to pick up this series! This review will be spoiler-free for The Name of All Things but may contain spoilers for The Ruin of Kings. Rating: 4 stars!
I received a finished copy of The Memory of Souls for review, and I'm a complete sucker for epic fantasy (especially with a dragon on the cover, I'm only SO strong), and so I'm marathon reading the entire series (at 600 pages each, too. Nobody tell my TBR). I had no idea what I was getting into, and honestly? It was a wild ride and nothing like I expected. Rating: 4 stars!
Today's blog post is the next one of my mini review round up - let's take a look at some mini reviews for books I loved, but didn't write full posts for!
Rating: 4 stars! Thanks to Egmont Publishing for the review copy of this book, and to Write Reads for letting me join the tour - it has not affected my honest review. The plot: Ebenezer Tweezer is a youthful 511-year-old. He keeps a beast in the attic of his mansion, who he feeds all manner … Continue reading BLOG TOUR REVIEW | The Beast and the Bethany | Jack Meggitt-Phillips
Releasing 22nd September 2020, The Silvered Serpents is the much anticipated sequel to the Parisian fantasy heist novel, The Gilded Wolves. Beware spoilers for the first novel, though this review is spoiler-free for The Silvered Serpents. Make sure to pick up this sequel that is, against all odds, better than the book it's following up on. Rating: 5 stars!
Today's blog post is the first in a potential new series - let's round up some mini reviews for books I loved, but didn't write full posts for!
I don't usually do full blog posts for novellas, let alone short stories so that should tell you something about how much I loved Ring the Bell. It's available on Amazon from October 1st, 2020, and I'm urging you to check it out. It'll take you a few minutes to read and a life time to forget, I promise you. Rating: 5 stars!
Crier's War carved out a space in my head when I first read it back in February and has completely refused to leave since, so when I got the opportunity to join this blog tour? I leaped at it. Iron Heart is a perfect follow up and make sure to pick it up on September 8th 2020 in the US and October 14th 2020 for the UK.