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child of fear and fire, by gr thomas

thank you gr thomas for providing me with a copy of this book to review. star rating child of fear and fire – review despite being a shorter length book, I found that it wasn’t at all too short. there’s always a worry that a short book won’t give you as much information, but I enjoyed reading it. I liked […]

the desert prince, by peter v brett

i received a copy of the desert prince from harper collins nz in exchange for an honest review. star rating the desert prince – review the desert prince wasn’t at all what i’d expected. it was a fantastic book, that kept me hooked from the start, and didn’t leave me wanting for more. it was the perfect read. “I am Olive, I […]

tim te maro, by hs valley

i received a free copy of tim te maro and the subterranian heartsick blues, by hs valley, in exchange for an honest review, thanks to hardie grant publishing. star rating review tim te maro is the perfect book if you’re looking for something that’s easy to read and with a little fantasy on the side. one thing i enjoyed about this […]

a dance with the fae prince, by elise kova

She knew her hand in marriage would be sold. She had no idea a fae prince was the buyer. i received a free copy of a dance with the fae prince, by elise kova, in exchange for an honest review, thanks to book of matches media. star rating a dance with the fae prince summary Cinderella meets THE CRUEL PRINCE in […]

the upper world, by femi fadugba

i received a copy of the upper world from penguin nz in exchange for an honest review. star rating the upper world review i haven’t read a lot of science fiction recently. it used to be the only thing i’d read. the upper world provided a refreshing re-entry to the genre. it was an easy to read book, with likeable […]

the unwanted, by z.t. soyoye

i received a free copy of the unwanted, by z.t. soyoye, in exchange for an honest review, thanks to the author. summary “Let the Lightning Engulf you”15-year-old Alexander Charon embarks on his journey at a new school as he struggles to form bonds and relationships with those around him. He begins to unravel his hidden talents, forcing his life to […]

blog tour | mark of the wicked by georgia bowers

Mark of the WickedGeorgia BowersPublished by: Swoon ReadsPublication date: August 10th 2021Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult A young witch tries to unravel the mystery of who is framing her for dark magic in Georgia Bowers ’creepy YA debut fantasy, Mark of the Wicked. Magic always leaves its mark. All her life, Matilda has been told one thing about her magic: You […]

wrap up | july 2021

welcome to my annual monthly wrap up post! haul physical haul the unwanted | silver tears the other side of beautiful | false witness | falling | the upper world tim te maro and the subterranean heartsick blues netgalley hall of mirrors (DNFed at 55%) wahala abbot – 1973 lakesedge read in july: (links are to goodreads pages and are […]

mid year book freak out tag | 2021

thank you amy @ a fangirl’s opinion for tagging me in the mid year book freak out tag! i was meaning to do this a while ago, but got busy. firstly, i’ll share some stats? so far, i’ve read 46 books this year. considering, i only got back into reading again at the end of april, i think this is […]

becoming brooklyn, by amanda deich

thank you to xpresso tours and the author for providing me with a digital review copy of this book. Becoming Brooklyn Summary: Becoming BrooklynAmanda DeichPublication date: January 5th 2021Genres: Contemporary, Science Fiction, Young Adult Eighteen-year-old Brooklyn never knew her father. Rex Blackburn died in the 9/11 attacks four months before she was born. And even though she never met him, […]

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