Dazzling, Queer, and Anime-Inspired // Bloody Spade

Bloody Spade Review.

Bloody Spade is a magical, young adult urban fantasy that gave me such strong anime vibes! Dazzling, character-driven, and endearing, I had such a lovely time reading this book. If you need a book packed full of queer characters, magical girl transformation scenes, and a snarky, closed-off catboy, you have to pick this one up. … Continue reading Dazzling, Queer, and Anime-Inspired // Bloody Spade

A Backstabbing Family of Criminals // Among Thieves

Among Thieves Review

Among Thieves is a gritty, gripping young adult fantasy featuring a crew of misfit criminals working towards their own agendas. The drama of having a group of found family who are simultaneously looking for opportunities to betray each other - unparalleled. Among Thieves is an action-packed, entertaining read for people who want a fast, fun … Continue reading A Backstabbing Family of Criminals // Among Thieves

Cosmic Horror, Epic Fantasy, and Stories Within Stories // August Wrap-Up & September TBR

August Wrap Up And September TBR

Hello everyone! I hope you had a good August! I can't believe it's September already, I feel like this month has completely snuck up on me. I'm still not sure I've wrapped my head around the idea that we're approaching 2022 now. This year has been such a strange one! I haven't done a huge … Continue reading Cosmic Horror, Epic Fantasy, and Stories Within Stories // August Wrap-Up & September TBR

September’s New Book Releases I’m Excited For

September 2021 New Releases

I can't believe it's almost September! Where has the year gone? Luckily we can panic about how fast time moves alongside the release of some amazing books! September 7th Among Thieves by M.J. Kuhn Young Adult Fantasy In just over a year’s time, Ryia Cautella has already earned herself a reputation as the quickest, deadliest … Continue reading September’s New Book Releases I’m Excited For

A Sparkling Marvel of Writing // In The Watchful City Review

In The Watchful City Review

In The Watchful City is a gorgeous, lush read that weaves stories inside stories to build a vivid, Asian-centric world. I loved how it disrupted expected western narrative structures to deliver something that feels transcendent. As the main character finds aer horizon expand through folkloric tales, the reader is drawn into the complex themes and … Continue reading A Sparkling Marvel of Writing // In The Watchful City Review

Bold Storytelling, Monsters, and Social Commentary // No Gods, No Monsters

No Gods, No Monsters Review

No Gods, No Monsters is a stunning novel made up of a series of interconnected short stories in a world where monsters lurk underneath the surface. It's a daring and complex story that masterfully ties together disjointed threads to create a wonderful tapestry of loss, disenfranchisement, and solidarity. As someone who often struggles with fragmented … Continue reading Bold Storytelling, Monsters, and Social Commentary // No Gods, No Monsters