The second in the Love Has Claws series, Burial Club is set in the same world as Nine Years of Silver, but slightly earlier in the timeline, in a different place and with different characters. None of this disappointed me, since Nine perfectly encapsulated Briar and Quinn’s story; a direct sequel, or any other continuation […]
Gods above, this was one incredible ride! I finished it in just under 24 hours – and it only took me that long because I had to break for Monday’s workday. But Imaginary Corpse is pretty literally unputdownable. My mind is so blown. Imaginary Corpse is the book I didn’t know I wanted. No: didn’t […]
I received this book for free from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I closed this book just a few seconds ago as I type this, and my head is pounding about as hard as my […]
Okungbowa has done something special here.
Wow do I have thoughts about this one. Like – let me get it out of the way and say that this is beautifully written (seriously, Ray’s description and pacing and tone and everything seduced me looong before we got to the sex scenes); the characters are fucking awesome; the magic is breathtaking; the worldbuilding […]
I received this book for free from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. This a wonderful graphic novel that I read in a single setting – I couldn’t put it down, and had no desire to! Mooncakes felt […]
This deserves every bit of the hype it’s received. Despite the promise of f/f, this wasn’t actually a book I was originally especially excited about – I don’t usually have a lot of interest in dystopias, which was what this sounded like, and I guess the blurb struck me as sounding a little too…conventional YA? […]
The first book in this series, The Dragon with a Chocolate Heart, won me over with its premise – dragons! chocolate! found-families! – so that I pre-ordered it despite it being a Middle Grade book. That was not a mistake; Burgis writes the kind of MG that packs a punch for adults too, and DwaCH is now […]
I suspect most people who pick this up are going to enjoy it immensely, but although it was one of my most anticipated reads of the year…this one’s just not for me.