One of my favourite characters when it comes to the old Star Wars canon was always Jacen Solo, so what I've been doing is slowly collecting the now out-of-print Young Jedi Knights series that was published for the middle grade/young adult market to get more of Jacen and Jaina while also learning a little bit more about Luke's Jedi... Continue Reading →
Just in time for Halloween, here’s my review of Stephen Chbosky’s latest novel, IMAGINARY FRIEND. If you’re looking for a horror of a rollercoaster ride, I highly recommend it. (TRIGGER WARNINGS INCLUDED AT THE END OF THE REVIEW)
Another more personal review but this time in regards to the very real story of CATCH & KILL by Ronan Farrow.
I haven’t read manga in a long time but I’m incredibly excited to finally have been able to get to Urasawa’s award winning series, MONSTER, after wanted to read it since high school.
Thank you to Harper Collins Canada and Graydon House for providing me with a copy of the ARC. Attention all Poe fans! Do I have a book for you! The Widow of Pale Harbour is the second standalone novel from Hester Fox and follows Gabriel Stone - a man on the run from his past posing... Continue Reading →
After a month and a half, I finally got through GODSGRAVE. And oh boy, gentlefriends, this book belongs in the corner.
For my stop on the blog tour for THE GHOST COLLECTOR, I was able to ask debut author Allison Mills some questions regarding her upcoming release.
This time last week I was in Toronto, nervous but excited as ever to attend my first ever Harper Collins Canada Frenzy event! Similar to the Penguin Social I attended a few months ago, HCCFrenzy is a meet-and-greet for book bloggers of all kinds to learn about upcoming titles and make some new friends. And... Continue Reading →