The reason I requested this book on NetGalley was that it explored taxidermy, something I had not seen before in YA literature. The cover along with the title suggested a certain kind of romanticisation, that one might see with a Studio Ghibli film, and in a certain way I was right. I received this book … Continue reading The Art of Taxidermy Review
I got this book of Netgalley in return for an honest review. Synopsis Set in a mythical India at the start of the first millennium, The Long Road to Nalanda is the story of a young outcaste, Abhi, who is offered as blood sacrifice to the giant snake God, Jwala. Abhi, a feisty young adolescent, … Continue reading The Long Road to Nalanda ARC Review
I got this book for free of NetGalley in return for an honest review. We've all seen the plethora of books that inspire young children to follow their dreams and do what they want to regardless of gender stereotypes. This book is one for teenagers that feature actual teenagers doing important things in their community, … Continue reading You Can Change The World Review
It's a new month tomorrow, and I thought that I would share my TBR for the month. I probably won't be reading a lot this month as it is exam season, but hopefully I will be able to read these 5 books. Of Monsters of Men by Patrick Ness As a world-ending war surges to … Continue reading June TBR
I was lucky enough to receive this book on NetGalley in return for an honest review. I wanted to read this book as (as I am sure you are aware by now) I study philosophy and Buddhism for my A Levels. The title refers to an enlightened being, which got me intrigued as to how … Continue reading Readymade Bodhisattva: Arc Review
Having seen this book a lot on my social media feeds, I thought that I would take a gamble and request it on NetGalley. I am so glad I did! I loved this book from the first page and am eagerly anticipating the book's release on the 25th to get my hands on a physical copy.
My review of my first steampunk novel...