“Wolves were everywhere”— The Gilded Wolves [REVIEW]

Author: Roshani Chokshi Genre: Young adult; fantasy Rating: 4/5 When you are who they expect you to be, they never look too closely. The Gilded Wolves is a tale of found family and crime set in an alternate Paris during the Belle Epoche. It has drawn (mostly favourable) comparisons to a certain well-known YA heist fantasy … Continue reading “Wolves were everywhere”— The Gilded Wolves [REVIEW]

2018 Book Challenge Update: Part 1

Hi guys! At the start of the year I set my reading goal to 30 books, 5 more than last year’s goal and 3 more than I actually managed to read last year. I thought it was about time I shared some of what I’ve read. A Long Way to a Small Angry Plant | … Continue reading 2018 Book Challenge Update: Part 1

[REVIEW] Wardens of Archos by Sarina Langer (Relics of Ar’Zac 2)

Author: Sarina Langer Genre: Young adult; fantasy Rating: 4/5 Release date: October 16th, 2017 || Pre-order and add it on Goodreads I was provided a free ARC of Wardens of Archos by the author in exchange for an honest review. It is a rare sequel which manages to not only match the quality and intensity of … Continue reading [REVIEW] Wardens of Archos by Sarina Langer (Relics of Ar’Zac 2)

“You shall be an empress with the moon for your throne” – The Star-Touched Queen [REVIEW]

Author: Roshani Chokshi Genre: Young adult; fantasy Rating: 3.5/5 I wanted a love thick with time, as inscrutable as if a lathe had carved it from night and as familiar as the marrow in my bones. The Star-Touched Queen is the story of Mayavati, whose grim horoscope has condemned her to a life as an … Continue reading “You shall be an empress with the moon for your throne” – The Star-Touched Queen [REVIEW]

“Someday we will be more than words in the dark” – Snow Like Ashes Review

Author: Sara Raasch Series: Snow Like Ashes (Book 1) Genre: Young adult; fantasy Rating: 4/5   “…even though I’ve never seen Winter or its enslaved people or set foot on its soil, I’m expected to sacrifice everything, because until Winter is free I don’t matter.” Meira is an orphan - by some stroke of fate … Continue reading “Someday we will be more than words in the dark” – Snow Like Ashes Review