Shadow & Bone: A Review of the Show (So Far)

I really want this book edition. Stunning! I have watched the first three episodes of Shadow and Bone and automatically I must tip my hat to the writers, actors, all the crew. Phenomenal job so far! I'll try not to make any spoilers here, as I rave about how good a job this was. Granted … Continue reading Shadow & Bone: A Review of the Show (So Far)

Book Review: A Deadly Education

Summary From Goodreads: Lesson One of the Scholomance: Learning has never been this deadly.A Deadly Education is set at Scholomance, a school for the magically gifted where failure means certain death (for real) — until one girl, El, begins to unlock its many secrets.There are no teachers, no holidays, and no friendships, save strategic ones. Survival is … Continue reading Book Review: A Deadly Education

Netgalley Review + Novella: Chili Cauldron Curse

Hello friends, Chili Cauldron Curse by Lynn Cahoon is a delightful novella of witchiness, cozy murder mystery, and cooking all wrapped up in one. I don’t believe that I’ve read anything by this author before, but a short mystery from Kensington Publishers sounded like just the thing to read. The story takes place with a … Continue reading Netgalley Review + Novella: Chili Cauldron Curse

Book Review: The Court of Miracles

Hello friends, The Court of Miracles by Kester Grant is a retelling of Les Miserable with magical elements, an enormous cast of characters, and a revolution. There are many different courts one can attend within this gorgeously filled, world building fast paced plot. The characters are each unique and intriguing. There are nods towards Les … Continue reading Book Review: The Court of Miracles

Arc Review: The Kingdom of Liars

The Kingdom of Liars by Nick Martell was a fast paced political fantasy with rebellion, a unique magic set up, and plenty of intrigue. Yet though the writing was strong, I didn't connect with the characters despite finding Michael Kingman an interesting character. This six hundred page fantasy epic had both magic and guns, explosions … Continue reading Arc Review: The Kingdom of Liars

Book Review: Daggerspell

Title: Daggerspell Author: Katherine Kurr Series: Book 1 Genre: Adult Fiction, Fantasy Publisher: Spectra Page Count: 600 Type of Book: Paperback Who Recommended it: My mother Received: bought secondhand Review Word Count: 500 Rated: 4/5 stars Notes: It didn’t end on a cliffhanger! Daggerspell was an interesting fantasy novel. I loved the start of it; … Continue reading Book Review: Daggerspell