Note: While I’m going to avoid spoilers for The Empire of Gold, it is the third in a series and I may mention significant plot […]
I read a lot of books. Often, they’re in the same genre, since I have my preferences. Some are good, some are great, some are […]
What if George Washington had become a king, rather than a president? Katherine McGee built her new alternate history novel, American Royals, on this idea. […]
There Will Come A Darkness has an awesome title and an absolutely breathtaking cover, but there is another reason it has garnered so much attention […]
★★★☆☆ // ★★★★☆ 3.5 Stars (Rounds up on Goodreads) The only reason this isn’t a solid 4-star read for me is that the pacing, I felt, […]
I love the way he writes all of his characters, the way each one feels unique. They aren’t just pieces in different places on his storyboard; they are unique, individual characters who drive their stories in different ways.
★★★★★ When I picked up The Luminous Dead, I had just moved to a new apartment. I was trying to balance work, exercise, cooking, cleaning, […]
I was somehow deeply invested. I needed to know this story, these characters, this setting.
Brandes combined that knowledge with a world where magic could be harnessed. And she wrote a story that made my heart stop and restart several times.
This is not your usual fantasy ‘sophomore slump’ sequel. This book was every bit as enthralling as the first one; possibly a bit more.
★★★★★ Everything around you reminds you of the book — the plot, the characters, the setting. You can’t seem to stop thinking about your favorite […]
To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before isn’t just a great new rom com for viewers to sink their teeth into – it’s also an example of Asian representation on screen today.
★★★★☆ You have never read a fantasy retelling like this. I was vaguely interested in A Touch of Gold because it was a retelling of […]
2018 is here: A book with trigger warnings and a stellar LGBT romance is being championed by a big time publisher.
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This book was interesting, well-written and immersive. just like book one. The lack of split POVs and the focus on Jahan’s storyline helped Bates a lot here.