As per usual with this series is chock-full of action, humor, violence, foul language, kick-a*s heroines and just generally a solid good time. The only thing that was a bit overwhelming to me was the sheer amount of names/people to keep track of in this fantastical world Aiken has created. I freaking LOVED the new… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE HERETIC ROYAL BY G.A AIKEN
Ahhh endings are always bittersweet when you love a series! A Hard Day For a Hangover was exactly what I’ve come to expect out of the Sunshine books (and Jones’ stories in general), action-packed excitment, barrels of laughs and fun, a dash of steamy romance and a solid plot that all results in compulsive read.… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A HARD DAY FOR A HANGOVER BY DARYNDA JONES
Little Eve was my first read by Catriona Ward but it most certainly will not be my last! This book truly swept me away. Not only did it have this chilling atmospheric element down pat, a banging plot and mystery that will keep you guessing till the end, but it was all told so experty.… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: LITTLE EVE BY CATRIONA WARD
Well well well, this was an absolutely delicious little morsel of Feminist Magical Realism. It was the perfect balance of dark and light. At times the subject material (in several different ways) was harsh and is difficult to look at but mostly because there was such a chilling undercurrent of truth in ALL OF IT.… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE CHANGE BY KIRSTEN MILLER
Imma need Sarah J. Maas to start including a stipend for therapy into her book purchases. I need assistance if I’m going to be made to process all this shit. IYKYK.
4 out of 5 stars The Stone God surprised me. I don’t even know why as Kellison has wowed me time and time again with her stories. It has been awhile since I read a new one though and this was definitely something new in every sense. I thought the Gods were written perfectly. Especially… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE STONE GOD BY ERIN KELLISON
4 out of 5 stars Generations of magic and myths blending together to create a beauty in the balance between love and loss and the strong family ties that bind for lifetime and beyond. This was the ending Taran (and Coll) deserved, truly satisfying imo. I appreciated the small moments they carved out together in… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: HEXEN’S WANE BY J. KOWALLIS