The first book in this series, Master of Sorrows, was a smart and entertainingly fresh take on academy fantasy – you can check out my review here for my thoughts on it as a whole, but I loved it! So when Justin offered me the chance to read an extra-early ARC, I almost snapped his hand off… but then I ended up having a bit of a brain-crash and it took me forever to have the energy to actually read it. Finally, though, I managed to get back to it, and it more than lived up to my expectations!Continue reading “Review: Master Artificer”
Garth Nix is most famous for his dark teen books, and Sabriel and sequels have been favourites of mine since I was a kid, but he also does a great line in light-hearted adventure fantasy (see my review of the criminally underrated Newt’s Emerald), and The Left-Handed Booksellers of London is exactly that!
I’m kicking off the week with a blog tour post for The Sky Weaver, a book I’ve been anticipating pretty much since the last page of The Caged Queen…
Today I’m kicking off not one but two blog tours, and the first is for one of the hottest new releases of this year, A Little Hatred!
Today I’m really excited to be helping to finish up the blog tour for the new book from the fantastic Edward Cox, The Song of the Sycamore!