Tag Archives: ARC Review

Review: The Serpent and the Dead by Anna Stephens

The Serpent and the Dead is one of the newest Marvel novels and part of the Legends of Asgard series. Written by Anna Stephens, this novel follows Brunnhilde and Lady Sif – two of my favorites. Continue reading

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Review: The Ballerinas by Rachel Kapelke-Dale

There is little I love more than finding a debut novel to binge on. My latest find is The Ballerinas by Rachel Kapelke-Dale. This novel happens to hit my craving for both debut novels and thrillers. Talk about a win/win! Continue reading

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Review: Gallant by Victoria Schwab

Fans of Victoria Schwab have almost certainly been counting down the days for her latest release, Gallant. This is a story very much fitting in with popular demand – haunted legacies and houses, gothic vibes, and determined souls. Continue reading

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Review: The Secret Garden: A Graphic Novel

I’ll cover the basics real quick for those who don’t know much about The Secret Garden. Mariah Marsden wrote the Secret Garden, and it follows ten-year-old Mary Lennox. She was orphaned at a young age and sent to live with a distant relative – the only relative she has left. Continue reading

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Review: When a Stranger Comes to Town

When a Stranger Comes to Town is a collection of mystery and thriller short stories and was edited by Michael Koryta. Though I imagine it’s the promise of another Joe Hill short story that will have caught many reader’s attention (as well as all of the other amazing authors in this anthology). Continue reading

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Review: You Will Remember Me by Hannah Mary McKinnon

You Will Remember Me is the newest novel by Hannah Mary McKinnon, and it is one of those thrillers that caught my attention right away. After all, it merges the lines between thriller, mystery, and suspense, which is always an ideal combination, if you ask me. Continue reading

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Review: The Nation of Plants by Stefano Mancuso and Gregory Conti

The Nation of Plants was written by plant neurobiologist Stefano Mancuso and was a surprisingly playful and enjoyable read. Granted, I went into this book expecting a lot of fun, especially as a plant and garden lover. Continue reading

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Review: Revival Season by Monica West

Revival Season, written by Monica West, is one of those novels that came to my attention thanks to the sheer number of genres it seems to fit into. According to Goodreads, it has tags for literary fiction, Southern fiction, adult fiction, religion, contemporary, feminism, and more. Continue reading

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Review: The Photographer by Mary Dixie Carter

May was a month full of debut authors, for me at least. It’s always fun to find new authors and give their writing a try. The Photographer was written by Mary Dixie Carter and is a psychological thriller with strong suspense elements. Continue reading

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Review: The Blacktongue Thief by Christopher Buehlman

The Blacktongue Thief is Christopher Buehlman’s latest novel, combining fantasy, science fiction, and horror into one neat bottle. That sounds like a perfect recipe in my book. Let us dive in. Continue reading

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