Mad Scientists and Resurrection // Monstrous Design

Monstrous Design Review

I was so excited to get an advanced copy of Monstrous Design, as Dangerous Remedy was one of my favourite books of 2020. This is a young adult series set in the time of revolutionary France, following a group known as The Battalion of the Dead as they break people out of prison. It's got … Continue reading Mad Scientists and Resurrection // Monstrous Design

Sapphic Fantasy Wins Again // The Jasmine Throne

The Jasmine Throne Review

The Jasmine Throne is a wonderfully written, beautifully intricate fantasy that I adored. The slow pace allowed Tasha Suri to build this deep, rich world without ever overwhelming the reader. It examines colonisation, rebellion, and power in a thoughtful, nuanced manner. This book is pure brilliance. If you love adult fantasy, you need to pick … Continue reading Sapphic Fantasy Wins Again // The Jasmine Throne

Fairytale Vibes and a Creepy, Sentient Forest // For The Wolf

For The Wolf Review

For The Wolf was one of my most anticipated reads of the year, and it didn't disappoint! With a delightfully dark and spooky forest, an intense sisterly relationship, religious fanaticism, and a wonderful romance, this book was everything I wanted and more. The only downside is that I have to wait for the sequel! You … Continue reading Fairytale Vibes and a Creepy, Sentient Forest // For The Wolf

A Polyamorous, Pansexual Blood-mage! // In The Ravenous Dark

In The Ravenous Dark is a young adult fantasy featuring a pansexual, polyamorous blood mage in a dark and violent ancient Greek-inspired world. I had so much fun reading this book, and although there were parts that didn't work as strongly for me, I'd still definitely recommend it. As a former emo teenager, the vibes … Continue reading A Polyamorous, Pansexual Blood-mage! // In The Ravenous Dark

The Sea Witch & Animal Extinction // The Impossible Resurrection of Grief

The Impossible Resurrection of Grief is an uncanny, captivating novella that's weird in the best kind of way. It tackles the impacts of climate change and extinction in a world where humanity faces a life-threatening condition called Grief. I love seeing the exciting releases indie publishers are putting out at the moment, and I'd highly … Continue reading The Sea Witch & Animal Extinction // The Impossible Resurrection of Grief

A Quarter-Life Crisis While Being Haunted By Your Dead Grandmother // Black Water Sister

Black Water Sister. A Quarter Life Crisis While Being Haunted By Your Dead Grandmother.

Black Water Sister is the perfect read for those who want stories of twenty-something-year-olds who haven't figured things out yet. Then you mix in being haunted by a late grandmother, spirits, gangs, girlfriend problems, and the difficulties of uprooting your life? This book is a wild and amazing ride. HER GRANDMOTHER MAY BE DEADBUT SHE’S … Continue reading A Quarter-Life Crisis While Being Haunted By Your Dead Grandmother // Black Water Sister

Book Tour: Son of the Storm // Review & Moodboard

Son of the Storm by Suyi Davies Okungbowa

Hi everyone! I'm so excited to be participating in the Blog Tour for Son of the Storm today thanks to Caffeine Book Tours! Son of the Storm is a West-African inspired fantasy filled with beautiful, intricate worldbuilding and a cast of complex characters. If you love books that paint scenes in vibrant detail, from cities, … Continue reading Book Tour: Son of the Storm // Review & Moodboard

Thoughtful and Heartbreaking Cli-Fi // The Ones We’re Meant To Find

The Ones We're Meant To Find. Thoughtful and Heartbreaking Cli-Fi.

The Ones We're Meant To Find was a gorgeously written, thoughtful read navigating a complicated sisterly relationship in a world ravaged by climate change. It's one of those books that begins slightly confusingly and ends in your heart torn out. It's honestly such a beautiful read. Cee has been trapped on an abandoned island for … Continue reading Thoughtful and Heartbreaking Cli-Fi // The Ones We’re Meant To Find