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)
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.
During July, I tried my best to participate in the FaeCrate #bloodydamnfae Red Rising read-a-long, but sadly was too caught up in other things to finish it on time. BUT I FINISHED IT NOW AND BLOODYDAMN HELL WHAT
Nevernight is the first book in the series, following the rise of Mia Corvere as she stabs her way into a religious institution set on training the most masterful of assassins. I have never read a Jay Kristoff work before now and wow am I feeling a lot of emotions here.
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 →
Today is Valentine's Day and, love it or hate it, there's a lot going on today. I definitely fall into the later category myself. So whether you're up for romance or in the mood to avoid it at all costs, I've come up with a list of books to read for either category. Bring on... Continue Reading →
This review may contain spoilers for the first Murderbot Diaries book, All Systems Red. Since finishing the first Murderbot book, I have been very seriously itching to get my hands on book two. With my library coming through for me, I was very excited to see where Murderbot was heading to. When we left Murderbot at the end of... Continue Reading →
Sonya Lalli's debut novel, The Matchmaker's List, follows Raina as she struggles with the pressures of her family and her culture in regards to getting married. Her best friend is set to be married on Raina's 30th birthday and with her ex-boyfriend still looming in her mind, Raina is having a hard time handling the stress of her crazy busy investment job on top of all the blind dates her grandmother is setting her up with. I was lucky enough to have a chance to ask Sonya a few questions regarding her amazing book!