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 […]
Genre: Queer Protagonists
This post was late because I moved house on Friday, and also, it seemed very appropriate to let this go up on the last day before Hanged Man‘s release! It’s out TOMORROW, people! TOMORROW! I can’t wait for the reactions of all the cool people I’ve met through this promo. I’m so excited!!! My livetweeting […]
A primordial, feral goddess falls in love with a human girl.
I had a lot of fun livetweeting this section, and you can find the thread here, but now it’s time for the weekly recap! Chapter 5 opens with us getting a little more of a glimpse of how Rune and Brand’s normal, day-to-day life goes; Rune likes to sleep in, and Brand is apparently the […]
The #LastSunReadalong kicked off over on Twitter last Monday, and it’s been a complete delight to reread one of my favourite books in such great company! You can read my livetweeting threads here and here for silliness and gifs, but for this post, I’m gonna write up a more thoughtful and detailed recap. Feel free […]
The Impossible Contract is the second book in Doore’s Chronicles of Ghadid trilogy, a series following a family of assassins in a desert world where water is not only currency, but magic. Contract reads perfectly well as a standalone, but you’re missing out if you skip over book one, The Perfect Assassin, with its homoromantic-asexual, […]
Edwards has done the impossible: Hanged Man is EVEN BETTER than Last Sun!
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 […]
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 […]