A world where music has replaced memories, and two boys who might just save it.
The Dark Tide is perfect in every way.
That’s it. That’s the review.
In which I have a lot of thoughts about this epic historical fantasy.
This was my read for the Justice square of the TarotBLM Reading Bingo! I turned the final page of this book and was left with the feeling that I needed to reread it immediately. Because I think the reason this didn’t wow me might well have been that I just wasn’t in the right headspace […]
Okay. Okay. You know how they tell you, don’t judge a book by its cover? ABSOLUTELY JUDGE THIS BOOK BY ITS COVER. I know, I know, how can that be fair??? Is not that cover an absolute masterpiece??? It is, my friends, it is. So what book could live up to it? This one. Hell […]
phoenix art credit Sujono Sujono For my first Wyrd and Wonder review, I wanted to talk about one of my favourite books in all the world. The problem is that I have no idea how to describe it. Wolf has created an entirely new world that, while lacking the true otherness of, say, one of […]
Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the ARC! Wow. I finished this book just a few minutes ago, and I’m reeling. In the best way! But I’m not at all sure how to describe what I just experienced. First off, Phoenix Extravagant took me completely by surprise; it was not the book I […]
This book was so beautiful…and so messy. I went in wanting to love it so badly; it sounded like it had been written for me! But it ended up being a serious struggle to finish, and to be honest if it had been any other book I would have DNF-ed it. I gave this one […]
Burn the Dark was first self-published back in 2015, and published this January by Tor. I actually got to read a bit of the self-pubbed edition, so I know that Hunt tuned down the horror and gore for the new version, for which I’m grateful. The original prologue was nightmarish. But even this new edition […]
I’m a fast reader, but between working full-time and writing my own stories, I have very strict rules about wasting time on books I’m not enjoying. If I don’t care how the book ends by the time I hit the 20% mark on my Kindle, that book is getting DNF-ed. Some of the recent additions […]