Tag Archives: Review

Review: Sweet & Bitter Magic by Adrienne Tooley

I received a copy of Sweet & Bitter Magic thanks to my subscription to OwlCrate. Still, I can say with complete honesty that I would have bought this book anyway. I just happened to be really lucky that my guess for March’s theme/novel. Continue reading

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Review: A Woman of Intelligence by Karin Tanabe

Karin Tanabe is back with her latest novel, A Woman of Intelligence. It’s a blend of historical fiction and chick lit, which admittedly are two genres that I don’t read enough. So here I am! Continue reading

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Review: A History of What Comes Next by Sylvian Neuvel

A History of What Comes Next, written by Sylvian Neuvel, is almost certainly one of the most unique historical fiction novels I’ve ever had the opportunity to read. It blurs the lines between fact and fiction, in beautiful yet subtlety horrifying ways. Continue reading

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Review: The Library of the Unwritten by A.J. Hackwith

A.J. Hackwith’s novel, The Library of the Unwritten, is the first in a new series called Hell’s Library. I immediately knew that this was a novel I had to read – as it revolves around well, unwritten books! Continue reading

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Review: Impostor Syndrome by Kathy Wang

Impostor Syndrome is Kathy Wang’s latest novel, and it happened to come across my plate thanks to May’s Book of the Month choices. I’m not sure that I would have heard about it otherwise. Still, when I read about it, I knew right away I had to read it. How could I say no to a book that promised to merge feminism, spy thrillers, and corporate America all into one? Continue reading

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Review: Practical Boots by C.E. Murphy

Excuse me as I squee. C.E. Murphy has a brand new series for me to dive into! I absolutely adored Walker Papers, so I could hardly contain my excitement at this news. Practical Boots is the first novel in The Torn series. Continue reading

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Review: Aetherbound by E.K. Johnston

E.K. Johnston, the author of excellent novels such as Ahsoka and Queen’s Shadow, has decided to grace us with a new science fiction book, Aetherbound. Continue reading

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Review: The Iron King by Julie Kagawa

Yet another read that I am long overdue for! The Iron King is the first novel in Julie Kagawa’s oft talked about Iron Fey series. With a new addition to the series on the way, now seemed like a good time to finally dive on in. Continue reading

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Review: The Removed by Brandon Hobson

The Removed is yet another book that I might not have heard of (and thus considered reading) if not for BOTM. Written by Brandon Hobson, it’s a novel that weaves together myths, family history, and the process of grief. Continue reading

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Review: Witchshadow by Susan Dennard

It’s here! It’s finally here! And boy, was it worth the wait! Witchshadow is the fourth novel in Susan Dennard’s Witchlands series, an absolutely delightful series that I cannot recommend enough! I’m so obsessed with this series. Continue reading

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