ARC Review| The Stars That Guide You Home by Jemma Robinson

Title: The Stars That Guide You Home // Author: Jemma Robinson Date of publication: March/ April 2021 by Partenership Publishing // Print length: paperback, 492 pages You can buy this book from Amazon Sophia had her life planned out in the Capital. She could have had it all; the finest made ballgowns, diamonds and a King. But Sophia wanted to chase her own […]

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ARC REVIEW| Catch Lili Too (Gamin Immortals, #1) by Sophie Whittemore

Title: Catch Lili Too // Author: Sophie Whittemore Date of publication: November 16th 2020 by NineStar Press // Print length: paperback, 331 pages You can buy this book from Amazon Lili is a Mesopotamian siren, and life as an immortal being is hard enough as it is. She’s asexual (which is incredibly difficult to reconcile if your entire point as a mythical being […]

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BOOK REVIEW| A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson

Title: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder (A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder #1) // Author: Holly Jackson Date of publication: May 2nd 2019 by Electric Monkey// Print length: Paperback, 433 pages You can buy this book from Amazon The case is closed. Five years ago, schoolgirl Andie Bell was murdered by Sal Singh. The police know he did it. Everyone in town […]

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Book Review| Cinder by Marissa Meyer

Title: Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles #1) // Author: Marissa Meyer Date of publication: January 3rd 2012 by Feiwel and Friends // Print length: Hardcover, 390 pages You can buy this book from Amazon Humans and androids crowd the raucous streets of New Beijing. A deadly plague ravages the population. From space, a ruthless Lunar people watch, waiting to make their move. No one […]

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ARC Review| Armand (The Unmagic Trilogy #2) by Amaya Ash

Title: Armand (The Unmagic Trilogy #2) // Author: Amaya Ash Date of publication: October 22nd 2020 by Amaya Ash // Print length: ebook, 269 pages You can buy this book from Amazon Leonie is struggling: she’s still recovering from the events of the previous book, Armand won’t talk to her, and somebody has just tried to kidnap her, though she doesn’t know […]

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ARC REVIEW| Beautiful Beast (Beautiful Beast #1) by E.J. Hill

Title: Beautiful Beast (Beautiful Beast #1) // Author: E.J. Hill Date of publication: June 8th 2020 by Independently Published // Print length: ebook, 334 pages You can buy this book from Amazon My name is Kalista. They call me the beast. Kalista has been cursed by a powerful sorceress and is now a prisoner in her own palace. As petals fall from an […]

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ARC REVIEW: Where Shadows Grow by Alanna Peterson

Title: Where Shadows Grow (Call of the Crow Quartet #2) // Author: Alanna Peterson Date of publication: November 16th 2020 // Print length: ebook, 354 pages You can buy this book from Amazon Several months after Nutrexo’s downfall, Andi plunges into a new mission: investigating a dietary supplement with unusual, potentially-dangerous side effects. Cyrus wants to help, but he’s hopelessly distracted by the […]

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ARC REVIEW| Hush by Dylan Farrow

Writing Quality 5/5, Character Development 4/5, ‘Couldn’t put it down’ – ness 3/5, Intellectual Depth 5/5, Diversity 4/5, Originality 4/5, Overall 4.2/5. Trigger Warnings: death, death of a parent, violence. As I was scrolling up and down NetGalley, I came across Hush. I wasn’t so sure about the cover of the novel, but I was keen on reading the book after reading the description. From Dylan […]

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ARC REVIEW| The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life by Dani Jensen

Writing Quality 5/5, Character Development 4/5, ‘Couldn’t put it down’ – ness 5/5, Intellectual Depth 5/5, Diversity 5/5, Originality 5/5, Overall 4.8/5. I postponed reading The Year Shakespeare Ruined My Life for months, but as the publication date approached, I had no choice but to read the book. It took me around a week to get through, but if it weren’t for school work, I […]

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Book Review| Goddess in the Machine by Lora Beth Jhonson

The last science fiction book I read was Cinder, and I finished it a while back. I enjoyed that one, and I thought I would like this one just as much. Truth be told, it was a good book, but I wouldn’t have read it if it wasn’t for the audiobook.

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