The Sound of Five Stars – The Sound of Stars Review

I feel so lucky and grateful to have been sent an early copy of The Sound of Stars. I had seen it in a Ink Yard Press’s stories and I had re-storied it to mine, tagging the author and Ink Yard Press stating how excited I was for this title. And Alechia Dow – the…

Some dreams chase you back… – Reverie review

Reverie by Ryan La Sala is a very unusual book that is described as Inception meets The Magicians, but I don’t think that does it justice. That’s because Reverie is many things, but above all is highly imaginative, unapologetic in its queerness, magical and 100% original. Reverie is a YA fantasy that I promise you,…

It hurts SO good! – A Heart So Fierce and Broken Review

Ok, so you know that feeling when you loved the first book in a series and you’re both SUPER excited for the sequel but you’re also nervous in case it’s not as good? Well, A Heart So Fierce and Broken will give you no reason to worry and every reason to be excited! A Curse…

Behold, my fury! – The Furies Review

The Furies by Katie Lowe is one of those books that I was so excited to read based on premise alone but I didn’t hype it up in my own head. I’m glad I didn’t do this because otherwise I would have been really, really disappointed instead of like…meh. In all honesty, The Furies is…

Best & Worst books of 2019 & AWARDS!

Yay! 2019 is finally at an end! It’s been one hell of a year – I think a lot of us can agree to that! But it’s been another great year for publishing, with some absolutley amazing books coming out in 2019. Of course with the good comes the bad. So it’s time for my…

October Reading Wrap-Up! – Birthday & Spooky Books!

October is the month of all things spooky! It also happens to be my birthday month, meaning that I got a near literal forest’s worth of books this month! So here’s where I’ll be sharing my book haul for the month as well as all the books I read and what I thought of them!…

A Cute, Fluffy YA Contemporary – The Wrong Side of Kai Review

The Wrong Side of Kai is the first book from Estelle Maskame that I’ve read despite hearing a lot about her. Admittedly I’ve purposely steered clear from her books because they all seem like they’d be fluff and not really my thing. I’m also aware of how young she is – when The Wrong Side…

Mech Suits and Family Ties – War Girls Review

War Girls is set in a futuristic, Black Panther inspired Nigeria, and follows two sisters, Onyii and Ify, who are torn apart by war, but dream of peace and a future where they can be together. Throughout the story we learn that they are pretty much willing to do just about anything to make that…

Take me to school – D.O.G.S Review

M. A. Bennett is back with the S.T.A.G.S world again, this time bringing us D.O.G.S. D.O.G.S is the second book in the S.T.A.G.S series and picks up immediately from where S.T.AG.S left off from. You may remember that I had some thoughts about S.T.A.G.S – but the TL;DR version is that I found that S.T.A.G.S…