I got this book for my 19th birthday a couple of years ago and finally read it. I absolutely adored it, and think that the slash on the cover of my copy (curtesy of a box cutter) adds to the cover design. Black Panther meets Ready Player One. A fierce teen game developer battles a … Continue reading Slay Review
Deathless Divide is the second book in the Dread Nation duology, a historical fiction series set shortly after the American civil war. The war ended due to the fallen soldiers on both sides returning to the field of battle as zombies. The confederate states were overrun and became known as the ‘Lost States’, while in … Continue reading Deathless Divide Review
Instead of trying to create a monthly TBR that I would then be hard pressed to follow, and create stress for myself, I thought that I would share with you my plans for each week, as these are less likely to change. Books that I am Currently Reading: In the first global overview of philosophy, … Continue reading Weekly Reading Plans
I know I said in Thursday's Post that I wasn't going to be reading any books for YALC this year until I had greatly reduced the amount of unread books that I bought at YALC last year, but I already owned this book before the author list was announced. Synopsis Jane McKeene was born two … Continue reading Dread Nation: Review
I am so lucky to be selected to be a stop on the blog tour for Collection of the Negatives by Violet St. Karl, hosted by Reads and Reels. For my stop, I'll be reviewing the book, and giving you a chance to win a copy as well as a home blood typing kit!
Continuing on with my series of reviewing samplers, today I am reviewing The Sisters of the Winter Wood by Rena Rossner. Title: The Sister of the Winter Wood Author: Rena Rossner Publication Date: 25th September 2018 Synopsis In a remote village surrounded by the forests on the border of Moldova and Ukraine, sister Liba and … Continue reading The Sisters of the Winter Wood: Sampler Saturday