I didn’t really know what to expect from Every Heart a Doorway, but I liked the concept well enough. I didn't actually read the synopsis because from what I had heard around the bookish community, this weemed like one of those books that you should just tumble into. I asked for it and the two sequels for my birthday and started right away. Oh boy, oh boy. I never, ever, EVER say this, but I feel like this book was written for me.
Blackwing was one of my favourite novels of 2017 -- I absolutely loved the refreshing world, story, and characters. I had high expectations for the sequel, and those expectations were absolutely smashed. While some authors struggle with ‘second book syndrome’, McDonald is showing that his talent as a writer is only growing.
June is a wrap! I can't believe June is already over -- where has the time gone? Fortunately, July is here and that means YALC is around the corner! How is my YALC TBR going? It's best to just not ask.
I'm so thrilled to be part of the Ravencry blog tour! Today is the publication date for this fabulous fantasy novel, so I'm bringing you five reasons you should read Ravencry. Blackwing was awesome and you want more Blackwing was one of my favourite books of the 2017. With punchy writing, fantastic world … Continue reading Blog Tour: Five Reasons You Should Read Ravencry
You all know I love a good heist novel, and while I’ve read a fair few fantasy heist books, I don’t think I’ve ever found a science fiction book that fits in this category. You can only imagine how excited I was to hear about Shattermoon.
Happy Friday everyone! This has certainly been quite the week in the I Should Read That household! Not only did I wrap up my job yesterday, but the whole family is going on holiday tomorrow! I’m glad I have the day off today to work on my pre-holiday reads, actually go buy some holiday clothes and shoes, and get blog things in order before I go away.
I feel like I rarely read thrillers, and this is something I’d like to change. Having devoured Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train just before the height of popularity, I figured that The Woman in the Window would be the perfect thriller for me. It is so often compared to those two books that I was so sure I’d love it.