Tracy Deonn's sequel to Legendborn – diverse, fantastical retelling of the Arthurian legend.
Erin Morgenstern's much beloved fantasy novel, The Night Circus. Magical realism and a mysterious circus.
Rin Chupeco's popular YA fantasy title, The Bone Witch. Magic, witches and necromancy.
Elodie Harper's reimagining of Pompeii, slavery and brothels. Feminism at its best.
Rebecca Ross's YA fantasy, A River Enchanted. Romance, mystery and magic.
Kerri Maniscalco's popular YA historical crime, Hunting Prince Dracula. Sequel to Stalking Jack the Ripper. Murder, friendships and sleuthing.
Alexandra Christo's new YA fantasy novel – fairy tale retelling with an enemies to lovers romance.
【 THIS MUCH IS TRUE 】 ★★★★★ Abrasively honest and utterly fabulous. Genre: Memoir, Non-FictionAuthor: Miriam MargolyesPublished: September 2021Publisher: John MurrayPages: 448 (paperback) Oh my, I loved this. Miriam really has a way to say it as it is. She's such a loveable person and I admire the bravery in how she sets things straight. … Continue reading This Much Is True by Miriam Margolyes | Book Review
【 NONA THE NINTH 】 ★★★ I mean, I still have no idea what's going on. That's kinda annoying. Genre: Sci-Fi/FantasyAuthor: Tamsyn MuirPublished: September 2022Publisher: TorPages: 480 (paperback) I do really enjoy the books in this series, but everything after Gideon the Ninth has been a colossal effort to keep up with. I'm really glad that for Nona … Continue reading Nona the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir | Book Review
【 SECOND FIRST IMPRESSIONS 】 ★ Repeat after me: manipulation is not romance. Genre: Contemporary, YA, RomanceAuthor: Sally ThornePublished: March 2021Publisher: HachettePages: 352 (paperback) I'm honestly shocked at the number of books I'm coming across, particularly those angled towards the YA audience, that are jam-packed full of toxic relationship elements and romanticise dangerous behaviour. If … Continue reading Second First Impressions by Sally Thorne | Book Review