ARC Review: Skyward Inn by Aliya Whiteley

Thank you to Rebellion Publishing for sending me this ARC. Phew, where do I start with this surrealistic story that grabbed me and did not want to let me go until I finished, late at night, even though I had to be up early in the morning? I usually like books full of action andContinue reading “ARC Review: Skyward Inn by Aliya Whiteley”

Review: Parasites by Matthew Samuels

A huge thank you to the author for sending me a copy with a lovely thank you note! What a trip! This story is one to recommend to sci-fi fans. We are introduced to likeable and smart characters that are self sufficient and mature which means there’s no time for silly romances or fights justContinue reading “Review: Parasites by Matthew Samuels”

Review: Life of Riley: Beginner’s Luck by Simon James Green

I was lucky to win this one and I’m so glad I did. Simon James Green is my go-to for funny, light hearted books. I’ve read his fantastic Llama story before giving it to a little family member, it was for even younger audiences than Life of Riley, but full of charm like all hisContinue reading “Review: Life of Riley: Beginner’s Luck by Simon James Green”

June: Pride, Readers Without Borders, Malice Buddy Read

Wow, it is going to be a busy one. First of all, HAPPY PRIDE MONTH! I’ve decided to start by simply picking a few LGBT+ books and graphic novels from my shelves, so if you’re not sure which book to read to celebrate, here are some recommendations. It’s hopefully a decent variety so everyone canContinue reading “June: Pride, Readers Without Borders, Malice Buddy Read”

ARC Review: The Girl and The Stars by Mark Lawrence

Thank you Harper Voyager for providing the advanced reader copy.  Thank you Mark Lawrence for giving me characters worth falling for.  The misfits are stronger than the sheep. Mark Lawrence proved that the strongest heroines are not selfish, but full of heart. He created a terrifying world with fantastic, diverse and realistic characters that keptContinue reading “ARC Review: The Girl and The Stars by Mark Lawrence”

Review: Check Please! Book 2 – Sticks and Scones by Ngozi Ukazu

Hello fellow readers, I would like to very kindly introduce you to this very first, very eloquent review… Nah, you know that’s not me, ha!  Let me get straight to the point. Check Please! is a graphic novel, first it was published online and later in two books. Which is great, because it means youContinue reading “Review: Check Please! Book 2 – Sticks and Scones by Ngozi Ukazu”

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