Down in the Belly of the Whale has… a lot to unpack.
Furyborn will keep you up at night. It will grip you and not let you go until you can peel your eyes off the pages to try to get some sleep (so that you can read more in the morning). Savor it.
Tessa Gratton’s King Lear-inspired book was a well-written, fun read, but not a huge page-turner for me.
Gabriela Herstik gave the world an empowering, knowledge-filled, witchy how-to guide in the form of Craft: How to be a Modern Witch. Even if it’s not the book you want, it’s definitely the book you need.
I can honestly say that Children of Blood and Bone deserves every bit of praise and hype it’s gotten, plus infinitely more.
Discover the magic of meeting for the first time.
A journey of self-discovery, with a love story in between.
This book wasn’t on my shortlist of most exciting 2018 releases, but it absolutely should have been.
Alice has known she’s asexual for a while. But the thing is, she still wants (and deserves) her own love story.
‘Reign the Earth’ was an immersive, wonderfully-written YA fantasy. Strong women, magic, a pinch of politics, and thoughtful plotlines make this a must-read.
While this book is set in the world of the popular fantasy ‘Seraphina,’ it stands by itself.
Let’s talk about Zenith, a hotly-anticipated book that let me so, so far down.
Find out why I loved ‘Love, Hate & Other Filters,’ and find out where Ahmed’s inspiration came from!
James Gaynor’s unique take on a beloved classic left me entertained: Here’s why.
Do new illustrations gracing pages of updated ‘Neverwhere’ editions add something to the classic Neil Gaiman novel, or are they a distraction? Find out here!
‘The City of Brass’ is an awesome journey into the world of djinn. Read our spoiler free review here!