Book Review: The Amored Saint by Myke Cole

The Armored Saint by Myke Cole Publisher: Tot Books Publication date: 07 March 2018 Genre: Fantasy Page count: 208 pages Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars   This is a spoiler-free review.   The novella is really evolving into a fantastic medium for storytelling, especially in fantasy. No longer are novellas simply a way to … Continue reading Book Review: The Amored Saint by Myke Cole

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Book Review: In an Absent Dream by Seanan McGuire

The Wayward Children series has been such a rollercoaster for me so far. Every Heart a Doorway is basically perfect, Down Among the Sticks and Bones was infuriating and disappointing, and Beneath the Sugar Sky was a good read but nowhere near as great as the first book. I was so apprehensive about reading the fourth instalment in the series, In an Absent Dream, but I knew I had to give it a try because I love the concept so much. I’m so pleased to say that In an Absent Dream really turned the series around for me and is such a beautiful book.

Weekly Reading Wrap-Up: 11 January 2019

Happy Friday! It has been a roller coaster of a week and while I’ve been reading loads, I didn’t manage to finish anything (I shall explain in a moment).  Things might get a little erratic here on the blog as Scottish Fiance and I get all of the planning wrapped up for our wedding (just over four weeks to go!) and chase down RSVPs, but try not to miss me too much!

Book Review: All Systems Red by Martha Wells

Apparently this has been the Summer of the Novella for me -- I recently read the three books in the Wayward Children series by Seanan McGuire and The Blue Salt Road by Joanne M. Harris.  While novellas aren’t something I often read, I really feel like I’ve been missing out on great stories lately.  All Systems Red is a book I’ve been hearing amazing things about, so I decided to take a chance.

Book Review: Beneath the Sugar Sky by Seanan McGuire

The Wayward Children series has been quite a rollercoaster ride for me.  I absolutely adored Every Heart a Doorway and despised Down Among the Sticks and Bones.  I wasn’t entirely sure how to feel when I picked up Beneath the Sugar Sky, the third book in the series.  Would I be delighted? Disappointed? Underwhelmed? The first two books felt like they were written by two different people -- would I get the writing style I loved so much in Every Heart a Doorway back again?