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)
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
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
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
I have never read anything by Tamora Pierce but she has always been on my list. So when her new book popped up on NetGalley as an ACR I was on it! Without knowing what the book was about or what I was in for, I dived in 😁 This ARC was provided to me… Continue reading Review – Tempests and Slaughter by Tamora Pierce
I read book 1 in the trilogy last week and did a full review here. The first book ends with a certain situation which made me want book 2 asap. Lucky me! Book 2 was on NetGalley and I got accepted for the ARC! (i then went on amazon and pre-ordered the ebook to support… Continue reading Review – The Girls in the Storm (Paradigm Trilogy #2) by Ceri A Lowe
My review for The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline - an indigenous dystopian novel. Absolutely loved it! New favourite book of the year!
A dystopian novel set on a Scottish Island mixes dystopian setting with folklore and isolation of island folk and magic.
This was so great and cold (as in temperature)!
Futuristic independent Wales struggles with a mystical fog that messes with people minds. Some believe its a weather phenomenon whilst some believe its the English attacking...