The Jasmine Throne has been on everyone’s radar this year, I think, but for me, I think it was one of those books where the hype worked against it…Continue reading “Review: The Jasmine Throne”
It’s taken me an embarrassingly long time to get round to this review, but let me tell you: Chaos Vector is an excellent sequel to 2019’s sci-fi delight Velocity Weapon!Continue reading “Review: Chaos Vector”
This is a cautionary tale about not judging a book by its blurb… I wasn’t sure I was going to like The Black Coast, as it sounded very macho and warlike, but it ended up shooting straight onto my favourites list!Continue reading “Review: The Black Coast”
Anyone who’s been reading this blog for a while will know that one of my absolute favourite genres is fantasy of manners – Regency or Victorian inspired fantasy which takes all those balls and tearooms and adds magic – and I’m happy to say that The Midnight Bargain is a new favourite in the genre!Continue reading “Review: The Midnight Bargain by C L Polk”
The Unbroken has been receiving so much hype in my circles, and I can see why! Unfortunately, though, it wasn’t quite my cup of tea…Continue reading “Review: The Unbroken by CL Clark”
I’d be impressed if you’ve managed to spend the last couple of months in the fantasy community without hearing a lot of hype for this book – unfortunately for me, I think all the buzz raised my expectations for this atmospheric fantasy romance a little too high.Continue reading “Review: For the Wolf”
I’m sad to see the end of this fabulous trilogy, but Voidbreaker offers a thrilling and satisfying conclusion that has cemented The Keepers series as a new favourite for me!Continue reading “Review: Voidbreaker”
I really enjoyed the blockbuster superhero-esque fun of The Girl Who Could Move Sh*t With Her Mind (check out my review here if you need a refresher!) and since I ended up reading the next two books back-to-back, I thought I’d put all my thoughts about both books into one review! Unfortunately, I feel like what made the first book feel fresh and fun has soured into something that left me rather cold.Continue reading “Review: Random Sh*t Flying Through The Air and Eye of the Sh*t Storm”
I really enjoyed Soulkeeper earlier this year (see my review here) so when I held a round of #ConquerAChonker a couple of weeks ago, I knew I was in for a treat with its sequel, Ravencaller!
The Bone Shard Daughter takes classic multiple-POV fantasy and breathes fresh air into it, offering a world of twisted magic and complex characters that had me racing to the final page!