Tag Archives: Books

Blog Tour & Review: We Could Be Heroes by Mike Chen

Superheroes novels are fairly common these days, so it takes effort to stand out. Enter Mike Chen’s novel, We Could Be Heroes. It is one of the most unexpected superhero novels to come out this year. Continue reading

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Review: Star Daughter by Shveta Thakrar

So, thanks to a series of events, I ended up with two copies of Star Daughter. The first from BOTM, and the second from Owlcrate. Woops! On the bright side, that was all the motivation I needed to read and review this book! Continue reading

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Review: The Haunting of Beatrix Greene: Vol. 1

The Haunting of Beatrix Greene Vol. 1 is a series on Serial Box that is absolutely perfect to dive into this spooky season (in case it wasn’t obvious, I read this right around Halloween). Continue reading

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Review: The Wife Upstairs by Rachel Hawkins

Author Rachel Hawkins is back with an all-new thriller, The Wife Upstairs. You can already tell, just from the name, that this is going to be full of twisted turns and revelations. Continue reading

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Review: The Ludocrats

The Ludocrats has got to be one of the most absurd series I’ve read in quite some time – and I mean that in the best way possible. Created by Kieron Gillen, Jim Rossignol, Jeff Stokely, Tamra Bonvillain, and Clayton Cowles, this series is every bit as insane, silly, and quirky as that cover might imply. Continue reading

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Review: A Gathering of Shadows by V.E. Schwab

A Gathering of Shadows, written by V.E. Schwab, is the second novel in the Shades of Magic Series. It’s a series that I took far to long to read, and yet it has utterly enchanted me. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Sweet Water by Cara Reinard

Cara Reinard’s latest novel, Sweet Water, is a disturbing and thrilling tale, one that weaves in family horror with mystery and thriller elements. Continue reading

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Review: Vampires Never Get Old: Tales with Fresh Bite

Included in this anthology are: Seven Nights for Dying by Tessa Gratton, The Boys From Blood River by Rebecca Roanhorse, Senior Year Sucks by Julie Murphy, The Boy and the Bell by Heidi Helig, A Guidebook for the Newly Sired Desi Vampire by Samira Ahmed, In Kind by Kayla Whaley, Vampires Never Say Die by Zoraida Cordova and Natalie C. Parker, Bestiary by Laura Ruby, Mirrors, Windows, & Selfies by Mark Osbiro, The House of Black Sapphires by Dhonielle Clayton, and First Kill by Victoria (V.E.) Schwab. Continue reading

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Review: Marvel’s Thor: Metal Gods

Marvel’s Thor: Metal Gods Season 1 is the first Marvel Comic to hit Serial Box – and man, this is something that I never knew I needed. But now I can’t ever imagine going without again. This is the story that got me hooked on Serial Box, so consider yourself warned. There might just be a new obsession in your future. Continue reading

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Review: The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley

Lucy Foley introduces a world reminiscent of Agatha Christie’s suspense in The Hunting Party. Continue reading

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