ARC Review // Crowned A Traitor

Crowned A Traitor ARC Review

Crowned A Traitor is a YA Dark Fantasy with an interesting premise and a complex story-line including a struggle for power and an abundance of paranormal creatures. There's a lot of promise here, but the lack of depth within either the world or characters, prevented me from enjoying as much as I had wished. Heir … Continue reading ARC Review // Crowned A Traitor

Dark City Book Tour

Anna Mocikat Dark City Book Tour 16-20 September

Hello pals! I'm excited to be starting off the book tour for Dark City by Anna Mocikat today! This is the second book in her Tales of the Shadow City series that's coming out tomorrow! With the help of his human and non-human allies, Colton has accomplished the impossible; he killed the Overlord of the … Continue reading Dark City Book Tour

Latinx Heritage Month // Latinx Book Bingo TBR & Latinx Creator Recommendations!

It's the start of Latinx Heritage Month, which runs from the 15th of September to the 15th of October, so as promised here's my TBR for Latinx Book Bingo! We've got some of my favourite authors, and some new ones, so I'm super excited! I've also included a shout out to some Latinx bookish creators … Continue reading Latinx Heritage Month // Latinx Book Bingo TBR & Latinx Creator Recommendations!

More Established Sapphic Couples Please // Dangerous Remedy Review

Dangerous Remedy is Kat Dunn's debut novel and wow what an amazing book to start with! It has one of the best premises I've heard: prison breaks, found family, revolutionary France, sapphics and magic! The sapphic relationship stood out to me because it featured an established relationship. I think most people (me included) prefer the … Continue reading More Established Sapphic Couples Please // Dangerous Remedy Review

ARC Review // Honey Hawk

Honey Hawk ARC Review

An interesting novel, Hava Zuidema uses their story as a vehicle to discuss the politics of revolutionary anti-oppression movements, including propaganda, violent protest, and police brutality. The author obviously has a lot of potential, and I'm looking forward to seeing what they achieve in the future 23rd century Earth exists in a fragile apartheid between … Continue reading ARC Review // Honey Hawk

Diverse Horror is the Best Horror // Mexican Gothic Review

Mexican Gothic | Diverse Horror Is The Best Horror

Horror is a genre I've always enjoyed, but the way it is over-saturated with white men has often felt a little uncomfortable. When done well, horror is a way to look not only at monstrous creatures/concepts but at our monstrous reality. Marginalised authors have so much to bring to the genre; a critique of oppression … Continue reading Diverse Horror is the Best Horror // Mexican Gothic Review