Layne Fargo's debut novel, Temper, is a thrill ride of obsession, passion, and what it means to be devoted to art more than well-being.
Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin's Press for providing me with an eARC of the book. One of my most anticipated reads of the year and so far my favourite read of the year, Casey McQuiston's debut novel, Red, White & Royal Blue, follows an enemies to lovers romance plot between the son of the first female... Continue Reading →
Coming at you a bit late due to the business of my May the 4th day, I present my review for the first book in the X-Wing Series by Michael A. Stackpole and Aaron Allston!
This review is brought to you by Penguin Canada and Tundra Books. Thanks to the publishers for providing me with copies of the first two MEGABAT books.
While this blog post will also contain my review for Leigh Bardugo's Six of Crows, it will also contain subject matter some reader my find triggering. Therefore, there is a content warning for suicide and suicidal ideation.
Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with a copy of the ARC. I went into this one based on what I was hearing from others who were reading it (and enjoying it) so I was definitely intrigued. The Stalking Jack the Ripper vibes were strong with the description so I was excited at what the story would be like.
It is recommended that reading the previous two Murderbot Diaries reviews and/or books before reading this latest review. The third Murderbot book marks the end of the second act of this arc of Murderbot's life as it travels to the outskirts of society where an abandoned facility that was under the control of GrayCris needs to be investigated. The... Continue Reading →
Thank you to NetGalley for the advance copy the mermaid's voice returns in this one is available March 5th, 2019 I've loved Amanda Lovelace's work since her first collection and even though I don't know her personally, I want to mention how proud I am of her for her women are some kind of magic series. I really... Continue Reading →