Book Review (sort of): My Brother’s Husband

Hello friends, My Brother's Husband by Gengoroh Tagame is wholesome, diverse, adorable. Despite the slow pace at the start, it built up into a well written plot, that I spent most of two hours devouring. The art was cute, and I liked the real life implications within the story. Canada + Japan culture were both … Continue reading Book Review (sort of): My Brother’s Husband

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

Book Review: The Colonists Wife

Hello friends, The Colonist’s Wife by Kylie Scott is a science fiction romance. There’s miners, danger, explosions, and even horticulture within this book. There’s plenty of things to go around, in terms of enjoying a good science fiction romp towards an alien planet named Esther (I believe), and in colonization. Mail order brides set in … Continue reading Book Review: The Colonists Wife

Netgalley Review: For Love and Country

Hello friends, For Love and Country by Candace Waters is a strong female character driven historical novel centered around the WAVES program and Pearl Harbor. While overall I found the plot fascinating, I also found several issues in this book that I wasn’t expecting to have encountered. This book is very Christian based. There’s praying … Continue reading Netgalley Review: For Love and Country

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