Queer, magical, utterly stunning.
So many feels. SO MANY.
Madeleine L’Engle said,“You have to write the book that wants to be written. And if the book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children.” And that’s exactly what Seanan McGuire has done.
“Impossible is a word for yesterday, not tomorrow.”
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 […]
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 […]
Whatever you think this book is going to be, you’re wrong. Or at least, I was very wrong about this book. I was hoping… I’m not sure, exactly, but I was incredibly excited about the idea of a book about a muse. About the avatar of someone’s imagination, their creativity. And it’s true that this […]
As Wyrd and Wonder wraps up for the year, instead of feeling sad about it, I’d rather look forward. There are so many amazing books coming out in the next six months! My tbr is unending, but all of these are books that will be jumping to the top once I get them in my […]