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 Bone Shard Daughter by Andrea Stewart (Blog Tour Review)
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
A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik (Review)
Honestly? I was predisposed to love this book. A magic school that’s out to kill students? A dark witch as a main character with untapped powers of death and destruction? Rivals to awkward not-quite-dating? It has all the things I’d pile into my dream book, written by one of my favourite authors and to top it all off the main character shares my name! This book was made for me. Rating: 5 stars!
The First Sister by Linden A Lewis (Review)
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!
REVIEW | Christopher Paolini | To Sleep in a Sea of Stars
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
REVIEW | Harrow the Ninth | Tamsyn Muir | The Locked Tomb Trilogy #2
It's absolutely fair to say that Harrow the Ninth is probably my favourite book of all time. And that means that most of my thoughts about this book are incoherent screaming about how much I love it. Rating: 5 stars
Harrow Lake by Kat Ellis (Blog Tour review!)
HARROW LAKE by Kat Ellis was on my radar the second I saw the amazing VHS tape arcs floating around, and then I read the premise and knew I had to get my hands on it.
REVIEW | Chosen Ones | Veronica Roth
A story about what happens after the Chosen One (or ones) defeat the big bad villain and are faced with the aftermath, the trauma and the fame. Rating: 5 stars
REVIEW | Belle Révolte | Linsey Miller
Queer rep, aspec rep, magic and strong women? This book was made for me. It's full of queer characters and revolution and I absolutely adored it. Rating: 5 stars
REVIEW | Renegades | Marissa Meyer | Renegades #1
Mistaken identity, morally grey MCs and identity porn between villains, heroes and civilians who are... all the same people. This is a twisty sci-fi story and kicks off a series I love. Rating: 4 stars