10 Historical Fiction Books I Can’t Wait to Read

Hello my friends! Are you a reader of historical fiction? It's one of my favourite genres and usually clocks in high on my most-read genres for each year. So I thought today would be a great time to take a peep at the top 5 Historical fiction novels on my TBR I'm really excited to … Continue reading 10 Historical Fiction Books I Can’t Wait to Read

Fighting the Impossible in The King of Koraha | Book Review

【 THE KING OF KORAHA 】 ★★★★★ Maria V. Snyder's books always give me the best warm fuzzies and the greatest adventures. Genre: Young Adult, FantasyAuthor: Maria V. SnyderPublished: December 2021Publisher: HarlequinPages: 528 (paperback) Thanks to Harlequin for a copy of this for review This was a fantastic conclusion to The Archives of the Invisible … Continue reading Fighting the Impossible in The King of Koraha | Book Review

5 YA Fantasy Novels To Add to Your TBR!

Hello friends! What's this, something other than a review? My goodness, it's almost as if I've got my life together. I wanted to bring to you today my top FIVE fantasy recommendations from 2021 that I think you should definitely be adding to your tbr. These days, it feels like a never-ending onslaught of incredible … Continue reading 5 YA Fantasy Novels To Add to Your TBR!

Cantankerous Goats in The Beatryce Prophery | Book Review

【 THE BEATRYCE PRO】 Hilarious and brilliant, can't go wrong with a DiCamillo ★★★★★ Genre: Children's Fiction, FantasyAuthor: Kate DiCamilloIllustrator: Sophie BlackallPublished: September 2021Publisher: Walker Books AustraliaPages: 247 (hardback) Huge thanks to Walker Books Australia for a copy of this in exchange for an honest review Quick thoughtsI laughed my way through so much of … Continue reading Cantankerous Goats in The Beatryce Prophery | Book Review

Suicide Mission in Project Hail Mary | Book Review

【 PROJECT HAIL MARY 】 Just when you thought sci-fi couldn't get any cooler, Andy Weir proves you wrong by writing a new book ★★★★★ Genre: Sci-FiAuthor: Andy WeirPublished: May 2021Publisher: Ballantine BooksPages: 478 (paperback) Quick thoughtsHow can I possibly gather my thoughts to articulate how damn good this book is. I loved The Martian … Continue reading Suicide Mission in Project Hail Mary | Book Review

Sassy Spaceships in Skyward | Book Review

【 SKYWARD 】 The pinnacle of YA Sci-fi, and you can't tell me otherwise. ★★★★★ Genre: Young Adult, Sci-fiAuthor: Brandon SandersonPublished: November 2018Publisher: GollanczPages: 513 (paperback) Quick thoughtsEveryone said this was amazing and that Sanderson is a god of a writer. I am pleased to report that everyone was right. WOW. This was ridiculously fun … Continue reading Sassy Spaceships in Skyward | Book Review

Gender-swapped Robin Hood in Sherwood | Book Review

【 SHERWOOD 】 Robin Hood in all its glory, but better. ★★★★★ Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy (retelling: Robin Hood)Author: Meagan SpoonerPublished: March 2019Publisher: HarperTeenPages: 480 (paperback) Quick thoughtsI'm reviewing this sometime after reading it and all I can say is that my mind keeps coming back to this book and how much I enjoyed it. … Continue reading Gender-swapped Robin Hood in Sherwood | Book Review

Okapis in What You Can See From Here | Book Review

【 WHAT YOU CAN SEE FROM HERE 】 ★★★★ Genre: ContemporaryAuthor: Mariana Leky, Tess Lewis (Translator)Published: July 2021 (in English)Publisher: Bloomsbury (in English)Pages: 336 (paperback) Thanks to Bloomsbury for a copy of this for review QUICK THOUGHTSA humble plod through a story that jolts you awake with the occasional shocking twist. This was quite the unusual story … Continue reading Okapis in What You Can See From Here | Book Review

Courageous Dolls in The Dollmaker of Krakow | Book Review

【 THE DOLLMAKER OF KRAKOW 】 ★★★★★ Genre: Historical FictionAuthor: R. M. RomeroPublished: September 2017Publisher: WalkerPages: 288 (hardback) Content warning (click to see) Holocaust * war * violence * grief QUICK THOUGHTSAhhh my heart, my feels, what a tragic and beautiful story! This was gorgeous from page one - not to mention the hardback edition … Continue reading Courageous Dolls in The Dollmaker of Krakow | Book Review

Monthly Wrap-Up | July 2021

Hi everyone I hope you're doing well! My July wrap-up is a little late because I was late to filming it, life has been busy! Uni is in full swing as I gear up towards my final semester of my Masters degree – I can't wait to be done! And on top of that I'm … Continue reading Monthly Wrap-Up | July 2021