I’ve been seeing these novellas, particularly Snowspelled, pop up all over my bookish social media feeds for ages. However, I was compelled to buy and read them when I found out that Emma Newman, one of my favourite authors, had been selected to narrate the audiobooks. Fully convinced, I dove into Spellswept and Snowspelled and I'm so glad I made the time to read them!
By now you all know how much I absolutely love Emma Newman’s Planetfall books, so there’s no surprise that I was eagerly awaiting, and ultimately ended up loving, this book. The first sequel in the Planetfall series, Atlas Alone picks up six months after the events of After Atlas and deals with the consequences of those events in deep, thought-provoking, and totally horrifying way that only Emma Newman can achieve.
Jade City has been on my radar for ages -- I’ve owned a copy for at least a year, but never got around to it. In an attempt to actually read the diverse fantasy that I keep buying, I decided to give it a try and wow. This is another book to add to the ‘why didn’t I read this sooner?’ shelf. An antidote to the medieval Eurpoean settings and stories that dominate modern fantasy, Jade City is a rich and wild ride about power, politics, and family.
You may remember me talking about my unboxing experience with the Book Box Club a couple weeks ago. I’m back to talk about the coolest features of this subscription -- the Clubhouse!
Royals by Rachel Hawkins Publisher: Scholastic Publication date: 03 May 2018 Genre: Contemporary YA Page count: 304 pages Rating: 1 out of 5 stars This review is spoiler-free Although I don’t often read contemporary YA, I was looking for something a little different after reading some hard sci-fi and picked up Royals from the … Continue reading Book Review: Royals by Rachel Hawkins
Happy Friday all! This is an especially happy Friday because my birthday is tomorrow! I'm really looking forward to spending time with some of my favourite people* while celebrating my 31st year. How fun!
Some of you may know that Children of Time is one of my absolute favourite novels. I love the incredible scope, storytelling, and world that Tchaikovsky captures on the page. Children of Ruin is a fantastic sequel that expands on everything that made the first book great, all while serving a compelling and gorgeous story.