Sexy Moths Are In // Yours, Insatiably by Aveda Vice Review

Yours, Insatiably is a monster romance that drips with chemistry, a must-read for fans of the genre.After Avirin and Pye's steamy one night stand (detailed in the novelette Hunger), Avirin knows it can't happen again. Pye is the coworker who gets on her nerves, the death's-head hawkmoth fae she can't get out of her head, … Continue reading Sexy Moths Are In // Yours, Insatiably by Aveda Vice Review

I Have Been Destroyed // Jade Legacy by Fonda Lee Review

It would be an understatement to call Jade Legacy a masterpiece - it's the perfect end to a fantastic series.Jade Legacy is an ambitious finale that follows our beloved characters through thirty years. Kekon is the only place where a powerful form of Jade that gives people superhuman abilities is found. Everyone wants access to … Continue reading I Have Been Destroyed // Jade Legacy by Fonda Lee Review

The Harpy by Megan Hunter Review

The Harpy inspects the violent constraints of the nuclear family and transformative rage, but it lacks the substance to prevent this short novel from seeming overlong.When Lucy learns of her husband's infidelity, it shatters her monotonous duties as a housewife and mother. Instead, she becomes obsessed with the idea of his punishment, an act she … Continue reading The Harpy by Megan Hunter Review

The Bone Shard Emperor by Andrea Stewart Review

The second instalment of The Drowning Kingdom is packed full of intriguing twists, character dynamics, and, most importantly, more Mephi. Please note this review will contain spoilers for the first book in this series, The Bone Shard Daughter.Picking up from where The Bone Shard Daughter left off, Emperor Lin Sukai is struggling to solidify her … Continue reading The Bone Shard Emperor by Andrea Stewart Review

A Fight to the Death? // All Of Us Villains by Amanda Foody & Christine Lynn Herman Review

All Of Us Villains Review

All of Us Villains is an exciting dark fantasy that's easy to fly through, but the crawling first half and lack of compelling characters left a lot to be desired. Every generation seven families choose a champion to fight to the death. The winners get sole control of a rare and powerful resource: The city's … Continue reading A Fight to the Death? // All Of Us Villains by Amanda Foody & Christine Lynn Herman Review

Neurodivergence, Cosmic Horror & Sci-Fi // The Outside by Ada Hoffmann Review

The Outside Review

The Outside is a superb debut novel that combines cosmic horror and space opera to create an intricate, original world filled with multifaceted characters. With a strong focus on neurodivergence and its complexities, this book is a shining example of what science fiction desperately needs more of. Yasira Shien is an autistic scientist who has … Continue reading Neurodivergence, Cosmic Horror & Sci-Fi // The Outside by Ada Hoffmann Review

A Queer Romance Brimming With Magic // A Marvellous Light by Freya Marske Review

A Marvellous Light Review

A Marvellous Light is a sparkling book that expertly entwines historical, fantasy, and romance to create a story that's easy to fall in love with. Robin Blyth, a young baronet, has inherited his family's financial insecurity, which compels him to take up a civil service career. Through an administrative error, he takes up the position … Continue reading A Queer Romance Brimming With Magic // A Marvellous Light by Freya Marske Review