Today it’s my turn on the blog tour for this exciting and unusual YA historical fantasy!Continue reading “Blog Tour: Year of the Reaper by Makiia Lucier”
I’ve had the hardest time putting my thoughts about this Rumplestiltskin retelling into some kind of order – there’s a lot to love, but also some very strange aspects…Continue reading “Review: Gilded by Marissa Meyer”
Amora and the crew of the Keel Haul return in this sequel to All the Stars and Teeth!Continue reading “Review: All the Tides of Fate by Adalyn Grace”
This diverse collection of YA fantasy and sci fi short stories has some great ideas, but left me wanting more…Continue reading “Review: A Universe of Wishes”
Pitched as Mean Girls meets Bridgerton, this book sounded like it would be a real lark. However, I found myself slightly disappointed…e
As you saw in my 20 Books of Summer TBR post, this is my oldest review copy. I’m so pleased to have finally made time to read it – and I enjoyed it just as much as I’d hoped!Continue reading “Review: A Dress for the Wicked by Autumn Krause”
This is a review I’ve been meaning to write since I turned the last page of this fun piratical YA fantasy, but I’ve let myself get a little behind – it’s no fault of the book!
I adored Intisar Khanani’s Thorn, a whip-smart retelling of ‘The Goose Girl’ (see my review here!) and this bonus novelette is a perfect addition that gives you a glimpse into the main character’s history.
Everything about this book sounded like it was going to be exactly my kind of thing (sign me up for any and all f/f fairy tale political fantasy!) and it really hit the spot!
Do you ever have a book that you suspect you’re going to love so much that you can’t bring yourself to read it? I’ve been putting off reading A Deadly Education for ages, because the hype was just too much, but I’m so glad I finally bit the bullet, because I think this might be the best book I’ve read all year.