The Invisible Life of Addie Larue, release date October 6th 2020, is my first Schwab book and okay, okay. I'm hooked. Definitely need to read more of her books, but first it's time to talk about this gorgeous book about life, legacy and the many reasons we do 👏 not 👏 make 👏 deals 👏 with 👏 devils 👏. Rating: 5 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!
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!
I honestly have been so hyped for this book for so long that I couldn't believe it when I made it onto the blog tour! An established f/f relationship, bone magic, travelling islands and a magical creature with personality? Sign me the hell up. I can't wait to get my physical copy of this book after release date, because I think this might be even better on the reread. Rating: 4.5 stars
I was recommended this book by a friend, as it had somehow completely missed my radar, and I’m so glad that they pointed it out to me because I adored this book. So much so that I finished my review copy and bought a hardback a few days later, because I know I’m going to want to hear the rest of First Sister and Lito’s adventures. Rating: 4.5 stars!
From this time forth, it will be known as the Sin Eater's Fountain. None shall drink from it or wash in it or touch it again. Except me. Because I can't be cursed. I am a curse. I ended up buddy reading this one with a friend who works at the bookstore next door to … Continue reading The Sin Eater by Megan Campisi (Review)
An adult space epic from Christopher Paolini? It's a must read, and I adored it. Sentient space ships, a xeno space suit and some seriously cool aliens. Rating: 5 stars
Death is too easy. Better to make every moment of the rest of a person’s life agony. When Netgalley announced audiobook review copies, I was all over it! And though I have criticisms for the Netgalley shelf app, I'm so glad I got my hands on this one! The Only Good Indians, written by Stephen … Continue reading The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones (Audiobook review)