It’s been a long time since I’ve read a book featuring vampires, so I was excited to receive an advance copy of Josie Jaffrey’s May Day in exchange for an honest review. I was expecting something along the lines of the Anita Blake series (which, if my mum asks, I definitely didn’t covertly read inContinue reading “May Day by Josie Jaffrey”
As a trained phlebotomist, I’m fully qualified to tell you that this book is bloody fun. Chris Panatier’s upcoming debut novel has satisfied a thirst I didn’t know I had for a dystopian heist adventure. The Phlebotomist is set in 2067 after a series of nuclear attacks have led to radiation poisoning and a slewContinue reading “The Phlebotomist by Chris Panatier”
While aspiring authors are often told to “write the book you want to read”, booklovers are constantly on a mission to read the book they want to read, searching for those special stories that feel deeply personal and stay in your thoughts for years. For me, The House of Styx is one of those stories.Continue reading “The House of Styx by Derek Künsken”
I just realised that it’s August tomorrow (yeah, I know) so here is my monthly round-up post! – What Happened – The Fantasy Hive’s #WomenInSFF event on Twitter and Instagram was an absolute blast and has put my TBR in a state of shock. Happily, I managed to get through my planned SFF reads fromContinue reading “What’s up, August?”
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