So it’s the end of the month already, and I’ve actually finished my whole October TBR! If you want a reminder of what was the list, you can find my original post here, but here are my thoughts on the final three books!Continue reading “Let’s Get Witchy Final TBR Check In”
Month: October 2022
More Middle Grade Mini-Reviews!
I know it’s not long since my last set of mini-reviews, but I’ve been all about the middle grade reads recently so there are plenty to show you! All of these were sent to me free of charge via NetGalley except the last, where I was sent a physical copy, but as always my opinions are my own – and here they are!
Book Review: Dragons of Deceit by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman
This new Dragonlance novel, the first in a decade, is a fantastic entry point to the world and a lovely return for old fans!
Book Review: Frontier by Grace Curtis
This mysterious, experimental sci fi western is readable but ultimately a bit opaque…
Kitten Corner: Funny Picture Books
There have been some amazing new picture book releases in the last few weeks – so many I’m actually going to split them into two posts, one with funny books and one with sweeter stories! This week, we’ll look at funny ones. All of these were sent to me free of charge, but as ever that doesn’t affect my opinions.
Book Review: One Dark Window by Rachel Gillig
I wasn’t sure how I’d feel about this dark romantic fantasy but I ended up having a good time!
Book Review: The Book of Gothel by Mary McMyne
This atmospheric, witchy tale really took me by surprise!
Kitten Corner: Awesome Non-Fiction
I’ve been lucky enough to read some wonderful middle-grade non-fiction in the last few weeks, so here are some of my favourites! All of these were sent free of charge by the publisher, but as always that doesn’t affect my opinions.
Book Review: Death of Jezebel by Christianna Brand
I really loved the first of Brand’s mysteries that I read, Green for Danger (find my review here), and this second one was just as delightful!
Middle Grade Mini-Reviews!
While I was on hiatus I read so much middle grade! Here’s are some thoughts on three that I really want to talk about, all of which have very spooky or autumnal vibes perfect for darker evenings. All of these books were sent to me free of charge by the publishers, but all opinions are my own.