BOOK REVIEW: VILLAINS NEVER DIE by Nick DeWolf

I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest review.¬† Well, this review is about two months too late (I'm so sorry, Nick; I keep doing this to you) but better late than never is usually a good motto to stand by. Anyone who's seen some of my past … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: VILLAINS NEVER DIE by Nick DeWolf

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BOOK REVIEW: SILVER SCALES by L. Rowyn

Despite being aware of the author for some time now, I've never picked up one of L. Rowyn's books before. ...Well, that's not entirely true. Like so many books I've been recommended, a few of her books have lived on my Kindle for some time now and just have never been read. But as I've … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: SILVER SCALES by L. Rowyn

BOOK REVIEW: THE 7 1/2 DEATHS OF EVELYN HARDCASTLE by Stuart Turton

I'm from a family of readers, and my father has always been the one who when you tell him that he HAS to read a book, it makes him less likely to actually read it. I've inherited a lot of this from him. But as much as both of my parents love to toss books … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE 7 1/2 DEATHS OF EVELYN HARDCASTLE by Stuart Turton

BOOK(S) REVIEW: BY VOW AND ROYAL BLOODSHED and ON WINGS OF BONE AND GLASS by M.C.A. Hogarth

TAG TEAM ATTACK! Books two and three in the Blood Ladders trilogy I'm tossing into one review, not because I don't think they're worth their own, but because I read them in such close proximity to one another, my mind is having trouble keeping track of what happens when. As such, I'd rather just summarize … Continue reading BOOK(S) REVIEW: BY VOW AND ROYAL BLOODSHED and ON WINGS OF BONE AND GLASS by M.C.A. Hogarth

BOOK REVIEW: BEFORE WE WERE YOURS by Lisa Wingate

I was provided an ARC of this book free of charge by NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. I'm always fascinated by books that include real-life history and stories in them. The "Dear America" diaries were some of my favorites growing up, and it's always been one of my favorite ways to learn history. … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: BEFORE WE WERE YOURS by Lisa Wingate

BOOK REVIEW: LOCK IN by John Scalzi

Since I¬†attended (or rather, will attend, as of the writing of this review) one of Scalzi's book tour events on Friday the 24th (aaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh) I figured it was probably a good idea to read at least something of his. Yeah, I'm a terrible SFF fan and up until now, I hadn't read anything of John … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: LOCK IN by John Scalzi

BOOK REVIEW: THE BOY WHO COULD SEE DEMONS by Carolyn Jess-Cooke

So there are a few books on my NetGalley profile that slipped through the cracks early on in my tenure there, and I decided that if I could, I was going to go back and see about giving them the feedback they deserved. This means I'm spending a lot of time cursing at Overdrive and … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: THE BOY WHO COULD SEE DEMONS by Carolyn Jess-Cooke