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.
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!
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
"This is how things work out here, Poe, on the edges of the galaxy. There are no black-and-white answers or simple choices. It's all gray and complicated. You can't just swoop in, play hero, and leave. You have to live in this world." It's no secret that I'm a die hard Star Wars lover and … Continue reading Star Wars: Poe Dameron: Free Fall by Alex Segura (Review)
"They're brave," Mary said. "But we are too. Because while they're out there, saving the world, we're the ones they come home to." I'm SUCH a sucker for superhero stories anyway, but after I devoured the Renegades series I was on the hunt for more. So when I saw a superhero book about queer, fanfic … Continue reading The Extraordinaries by TJ Klune (Review)
And no more personal power: the bold bravado, the unwavering invincibility, the belief that they would always be on top, delivered from despair - because delivery was what they knew and delivery was what they believed they were entitled to. I hadn't actually heard of this book until I was invited on the blog tour, … Continue reading The Lightest Object in the Universe by Kimi Eisele (Blog Tour Review)
This book was originally sent to me as part of a blog tour but I chose to drop out for reasons that are going to become clear. Unfortunately this one... did not work for me. This is probably going to be semi-spoilery because I want to explain the things I didn't like so read with … Continue reading Crossing in Time by D. L. Orton (Review)
People are only as dayngeruss as you give em leeve to be, little one. I heard the hype around this one when it was released, but I hadn't gotten around to getting my hands on it yet. So when I was offered a review copy, I jumped at it. I'd heard nothing but good things … Continue reading Bearmouth by Liz Hyder (Review)
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