2018 · Readathons · Review

Review – Love Beyond Body Space and Time – LALAthon Wrapup #1

I first heard about this book when Book And Lala talk about it, and it sounded amazing. So I bought it without knowing if it was good or not. It turned out to be one of Lala's favourite books and I picked it for LALAthon TBR. This is the second book I finished for LALAthon,… Continue reading Review – Love Beyond Body Space and Time – LALAthon Wrapup #1

2018 · ARC · Review

Review – Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan

I've had my eyes on this book since April when I came across it during research for my Diverse Own Voices fantasy and sci-fi post. The book didn't make the post as it wasn't out yet. But it definitely made it on to my TBR and I got really excited for it to come out.… Continue reading Review – Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan

2018 · ARC · Read · Review

Review – Empress of All Season by Emiko Jean

I saw this book making its rounds in the bookverse and I thought it sounded very interesting but I wasn't 100% sold. However,  I'm on an Asian-inspired fantasy/sci-fi binge so I picked it up. I will never regret that decision. This ARC was provided to me by NetGalley and Orion Publishing in return for an honest review. Thank… Continue reading Review – Empress of All Season by Emiko Jean

2018 · ARC · Review

Review – What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera

I have seen this book make its way around booktube for a little while now and it caught my attention. Firstly, that US hardback cover hooked me. It was mainly the colours, but also the way those two boys are looking at each other. Secondly, gay romance 😍 Thirdly, I always wanted to try books by… Continue reading Review – What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera

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Review – The Lanterns Ember by Colleen Houck

I first came across Colleen Houck's writing when I picked up Tiger's Curse back in 2015. The series got me completely hooked and I loved everything about it. It was my first experience with non-European mythology in fantasy, and it really got me interested. I did more research after that cause I had the thought… Continue reading Review – The Lanterns Ember by Colleen Houck

2018 · Read · Review

Review – The Caged Queen by Kristin Ciccarelli (Iskara #2)

I actually requested this arc before I read book 1... I know, my NetGalley addiction has gotten worse (I hope NaNoWriMo will cure it). And if you have read my review of book 1 (if not here you go), you may wonder deeply why I picked up the second one in the series. The short… Continue reading Review – The Caged Queen by Kristin Ciccarelli (Iskara #2)

2018 · ARC · Review

Review – One Day in December by Josie Silver

Yes, I just read a romance novel... Requesting this for NetGalley I was in a proper mood for a cute fluffy but "my age" romance novel without too much sex. The synopsis of this seemed to cover those areas so I went off a limb (I never really request romance novel at all) and requested… Continue reading Review – One Day in December by Josie Silver

2018 · ARC · Read · Review

Review – Fight Like A Girl by Clementine Ford

I have never read a feminist manifesto but I always wanted too. So when I saw this on NetGalley I thought, yeah! Feminism is a subject close to my heart. I have always considered myself as a feminist being brought up in a well balanced equal Scandinavian society. Boy, was I wrong! As this book… Continue reading Review – Fight Like A Girl by Clementine Ford

2018 · Read · Review

Review – The Last Namsara by Kristin Ciccarelli

I originally looked at getting this when it first came out but I didn't. Then I started hearing a lot of good stuff about it. And still didn't pick it up! Now a year later, just before book 2 comes out, I've finally managed to pick it up. Let's see what I thought of it.… Continue reading Review – The Last Namsara by Kristin Ciccarelli

2018 · Read · Review

Review – Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor

I was reluctant to read this due to its high score on GoodReads and so many of my favourite booktubers loving it so much. It wasn't because of the hype though. Oh no! I was totally afraid I wouldn't like it as much as them and feel like I missed out on something great. Not… Continue reading Review – Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor