Blog Tour: Crown of Feathers by Nicki Pau Preto

Welcome to my stop of the Crown of Feathers blog tour! This gripping YA fantasy novel about queens, phoenix riders, and sisters has just come out in the UK and I'm here to give you a sneak peek at the very first chapter. Read on to get a taste!

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Book Review: Everless by Sara Holland

Everless has been lurking on my TBR since late 2017, and I’ve only just had the chance to pick it up. I had heard amazing things about this book, but wasn’t sure about how much I’d enjoy it -- I had thought I’d seen this kind of plot many times before. I was so wrong -- Everless is a gorgeous, fresh fantasy novel that I lost myself in.

Book Review: The Wicked King by Holly Black

So if you read my review of The Cruel Prince last year, you may recall that I was not hugely impressed. Fae books don’t often work for me, and while I liked The Cruel Prince more than the other fae books I've read, I thought it was a great, big mess of a book with a great ending. Despite this, I still wanted to read The Wicked King. You guys, I’m so glad I gave this book a chance! If you liked the insane ending of The Cruel Prince, you’re going to love this book because it keeps that same energy going.

Book Review: Legendary by Stephanie Garber

Caraval was one of the biggest releases of 2017.  It was the book everyone was talking about for months!  Fully caught up in the hype surrounding that book, I read Caraval and was actually pretty disappointed -- I even listed it as one of my most disappointing books of 2017.  However, I fully acknowledge that the hype was probably the contributing factor to my unenjoyment. When Legendary was released, I was determined to read it early and beat the hype.

Book Review: Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

There’s a good chance you’ve heard of Children of Blood and Bone -- it has taken the publishing world by storm.  With hype surrounding this book literally from the moment it sold, I think it makes sense to be cautious -- most of us have been burned by hype before.  However, I’m here to tell you that this book is worth every ounce of hype it has earned and more. It has taken me almost two months to write this review because 1) I just couldn’t quite translate my feelings on this book into real words and 2) I wanted this to be a well-rounded review instead of a gushing one.

Review: State of Sorrow by Melinda Salisbury

I didn’t know much about State of Sorrow going in.  Not only did I completely misread the blurb when the book was announced (I thought it was a contemporary book -- don’t ask), I just picked it up on blind faith due to the cover and the author.  I enjoyed The Sin Eater’s Daughter and was hoping for more strong, yet quiet heroines and lush language.