Emajen Ashley Ledigo This is about a world that is similar to Earth, but is not. It is a world where all the things that humans sketch come to life. However, this opens up a door to destruction and the two main characters aim to stop them. It sounds magical and interesting and also completely… Continue reading My NetGalley TBR List!
Hey! I actually did really well with my reading this much. A friend from my Twitter bought me a Fire for Christmas, and it's really helped me read even more as it's lightweight and provides a really nice format for eBooks. I've also been on work placement at a dog daycare and I did a… Continue reading January ’18 Reading Wrap Up
I received this e-Arc from Netgalley, this is a scheduled review for a week before the public release. Published By: Tachyon Release Date: 14th November 2017 Paperback Edition Page Count: 288 pages Synopsis: Enter the Emerald Circus and be astonished by the transformations of your favourite tales. Ringmaster and internationally bestselling author Jane Yolen (Briar… Continue reading REVIEW | The Emerald Circus by Jane Yolen
Pages: 352, Hardcover Publish Date: 7th November 2017 Publishers: St. Martin's Press Synopsis: Ruth Emmie Lang teaches us how to find magic in the ordinary in her magical realism debut Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance. Orphaned, raised by wolves, and the proud owner of a horned pig named Merlin, Weylyn Grey knew he wasn’t like other people.… Continue reading REVIEW | Beasts of Extraordinary Circumstance by Ruth Emmie Lang
Heeey! You can tell I'm running low on inspiration when I'm re-using an idea I did not that long ago, but ever so slightly different. I promise that I'll try and get some books finished soon so I can have some long time coming reviews up, yay! Anyway, here are the books I have left… Continue reading Netgalley Reading List/Currently Reading
Some of you may know (especially if you've followed me here from my previous blog) that I am a rather big horror fan. Although I'm not really big on gore/zombies, that kind of thing, I love paranormal, physiological type horrors. I like the feeling of tension, I like stories that make you think and make… Continue reading REVIEW | The House by Drew Zucker and Philip Sevy, #1-6
Synopsis: Robin Wilde is an awesome single mum. She's great at her job. Her best friend Lacey and her bonkers Auntie Kath love her and her little Lyla to the moon and back. From the outside, everything looks fine. But Robin has a secret. Behind the mask she carefully applies everyday, things sometimes feel...grey. And… Continue reading REVIEW | Wilde Like Me by Louise Pentland