What it says on the tin: three fabulous fantasy books from 2020 that no one seems to be talking about!
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.
A world where music has replaced memories, and two boys who might just save 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.
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 […]
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 devoured this book in under a day. Do you know how long it’s been since that happened to me? I’ve been struggling to concentrate on any book at all, never mind actually finishing one; that’s why my currently-reading shelf on Goodreads contains 49 books – I keep starting things and being unable to finish. […]
This is going to be a slightly non-conventional review. Last year, I read and reviewed K.D. Edwards’ debut, The Last Sun. You can read that review over on Goodreads; it’s not one of my best, so I decided not to cross-post it here. But pretty much immediately, Last Sun skyrocketed to the top of my […]
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 […]