Welcome to my second ‘Top 10’ post, this time ranking my favourite books of 2020! You can check out my 10 most anticipated books of 2021 here. This list has changed quite a few times in the last couple of weeks, but I think I’m finally happy with my choices (full disclosure: I’ve altered it […]Read More Top 10: Releases of 2020
Goodreads | Amazon | Bookshop.org (UK) | Book Depository | Hive Publisher: Hot Key Books Expected Publish Date: 20 April 2021 Page Count: 544 pages Iraya Adair has spent her life in a cell. Heir of an overthrown and magically-gifted dynasty, she was exiled from her home on the island nation of Aiyca when she […]Read More Top 10: Most Anticipated of 2021
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Dearest reader, I write you from my deathbed, or so it seems. I have fallen victim to foul fowl and rendered invalid. Or, perhaps my constitution is simply too delicate for the spectacular piquancy of Tropical Sun Jamaican Jerk Seasoning. Alas, before I expire, I shall summarise my bookish happenings. – What Happened – #SciFiMonth […]Read More What’s up, December?
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I wasn’t going to review Seven Devils as this book wasn’t for me, and I didn’t think that I could write a useful review. However, I’ve decided to post one anyway, partly because I’m a weirdo and want to catalogue ALL of my reading via my blog, and also because I want to justify spending money on […]Read More Seven Devils by Elizabeth May & Laura Lam
It’s been five days and counting since I finished Essa Hansen’s Nophek Gloss, and I still can’t get it off my mind! Before I even sat down to write my 5-star review of this brilliant debut novel, I went out on a limb and contacted Essa for a blog interview, and she was kind enough […]Read More Author Interview: Essa Hansen
I judged Nophek Gloss by its cover (and judged it to be freakin’ cool), so I requested a review copy without paying too much attention to the blurb. Well, what a surprising way to discover one of my new favourite sci-fi novels! Much more than a coming of age book (and a very different one […]Read More Nophek Gloss by Essa Hansen
Hello, good bookishfolk! I hope the spirits have guided your hands to some excellent reads this Halloween. – What Happened – Given that I’m yet to post a review this month, I think its safe to say that, er, not much happened? Although I did FINALLY get my first cat, who is just the bestest […]Read More What’s up, November?
While I usually focus on sci-fi and fantasy fiction, today I am reviewing Notes from Small Planets, a comprehensive travel guide that will be published tomorrow! Having studied it at length, I can tell you with confidence to toss your golden compass, pawn your Pokédex and flush your babelfish, because, while a little unreliable, it’s […]Read More Notes from Small Planets by Nate Crowley