I have no clue what’s going on, but it’s so good that I don’t even care.
In honour of International Women’s Day, 10 incredible heroines!
Gibson wields her pen like a sword and runs you through with it – but oh, you’ll thank her for it.
Long live the Councillor!
A weaker story doesn’t live up to the incredible worldbuilding, but still a fun read!
Her superpower is Powerpoint, and she gets shit DONE.
Also, it is faster to just read the book than to read all my feels about it.
This series is a phoenix, and it will set your soul on fire and burn your heart to the ground, and it’s so fucking beautiful that the pain of it being over is a thousand times worse than what it puts you through.
The Dark Tide is perfect in every way.
That’s it. That’s the review.
I’m honestly not sure what made me pick this up – I’m a lot more wary of YA than I used to be, and the blurb made Throne of Swans sound very predictable. I guessed this was going to be some kind of Swan Princess retelling. The cover is fairly dull (for my tastes). All […]
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 […]