This review is so late, because I’ve been suffering from the most ironic of blogging curses: when you adore a book so much you can’t bear to actually put it into words! Winter’s Orbit is one of my favourite books I’ve read so far this year!Continue reading “Review: Winter’s Orbit”
Sometimes what you need is a book so warm and heartfelt that reading it feels like your brain is nestled in a comfortable armchair by a roaring fire, and if that’s what you’re in the mood for, then Heart of Stone is the perfect fit.Continue reading “Review: Heart of Stone”
When this book popped up on NetGalley, my interest was piqued by the cool cover, and then the more I read of the description, the better it sounded! M/m paranormal romance set in 1920s New York? It’s as fun as it looks…
Today I’m really excited to be on the blog tour for Girls of Storm and Shadow, one of my most anticipated books of the year. This is the sequel to the phenomenal Girls of Paper and Fire, which I loved so much I reviewed it twice, and it more than lives up to the first book’s amazingness!
Love assassins? Desert settings? Awkward first love? Terrifying sand spirits? Well, have I got the book for you!
I fell in love with the first book in this series, The Tea Dragon Society, so I was over the moon to be approved to read the sequel on NetGalley!
So, I was fully prepared to come back from my holiday with an apology to my TBR for not having had time or energy to read anything… But, well, that didn’t turn out to be necessary. Over the last 16 days I’ve got through 30 books, which I’m really pleased with! Some of these will get full reviews, but for now, here’s a summary of what I thought.
The flight out:
I tried to sleep on the plane, I really did… But no sleep was to be had. Luckily, that means I managed 8 books on the flight out (and watched Zootropolis, which I really enjoyed!) Continue reading “What I Read In Japan!”
Listen, I was sold on this book the second someone said the words: “Gay space King Arthur”.
Yeah, no surprise, I’m still here for NineStar’s queer fantasy! A Dance of Water and Air looked really intriguing as I love elemental magic, and it’s got cute boys being cute together!
At this point, when I see a new queer fantasy pop up on NetGalley from NineStar Press, I’m requesting before I’ve even really registered it! So far it seems to be working well, because A Deceptive Alliance is a wonderful fluffy fantasy romance which I absolutely adored.