Monthly Archives: July 2020

Review: Tales of the Peculiar by Ransom Riggs

Tales of the Peculiar is a collection of short stories or lore from the world of the Peculiars. It fits into the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series, and could even be considered a prequel. Though I personally would read the first few novels first, since they add so much context to the world. Continue reading

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Review: All the Ever Afters by Danielle Teller

All the Ever Afters is a retelling of the classic story of Cinderella, but with a twist. This story takes the focus off of Cinderella, and instead puts it directly onto Agnes, also usually known as the wicked stepmother. Continue reading

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Review: Queen’s Gambit by Karen Chance

Queen’s Gambit is the fifth novel in the Dorina Basarab series by Karen Chance, and it is a book I’ve been dying to read. To be fair, I’ve felt that way about every novel in this series (and the Cassandra Palmer series, for that matter). Continue reading

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Review: Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights

Dragon Age: Tevinter Nights is a collection of fifteen short stories, all of them set within the wider world of the Dragon Age franchise. Here you’ll find everything from bandits to heroes, and back again. Continue reading

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Review: The Court of the Blind King by David Guymer

The Court of the Blind King kicks off a new adventure in the Age of Sigmar from Warhammer. Written by David Guymer, this novel takes a deep dive (pun intended) into the lives and battles of the Deepkin. Continue reading

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Review: All the Birds in the Sky by Charlie Jane Anders

All the Birds in the Sky is a standalone novel by Charlie Jane Anders. It’s a fantasy novel set in the modern world, and it puts two youths against each other. Continue reading

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Review: Fangs by Sarah Anderson

Are you a fan of Sarah’s Scribbles? If so, then you should be checking out Sarah Anderson’s latest piece of work; Fangs. First released on Tapas, it’s the story of a vampire and a werewolf falling for each other and dating. Continue reading

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Review: Last Ones Left Alive by Sarah Davis-Goff

Last Ones Left Alive is Sarah Davis-Goff’s debut novel, and it’s an intense read from cover to cover. It’s a dystopian novel, set in a world where a disease has run through and taken out most of humanity. Continue reading

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Review: Harrow the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir

Harrow the Ninth is the second and incredibly highly anticipated novel in Tamsyn Muir’s Locked Tomb series. Odds are pretty good that you heard about Gideon the Ninth, which blew through the literary world like a storm. Well, now it’s time for Harrow to tell her story. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: The Vessels by Anna M. Elias

Blog Tour & Review: The Vessels by Anna M. Elias Continue reading

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