“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]

[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)

“She looked down and plotted flames” – And I Darken Review

Author: Kiersten White Series: The Conqueror’s Saga (Book 1) Genre: Young adult; historical Rating: 4/5 “The question becomes, Daughter of the Dragon, what will you sacrifice? What will you let be taken away so that you, too, can have power?” Lada and her brother Radu are the neglected children of the incompetent ruler of Wallachia. … Continue reading “She looked down and plotted flames” – And I Darken Review

“God was in the pictures” – The Gallery of Vanished Husbands Review

Author: Natasha Solomons Genre: Historical Fiction Rating: 3.5/5 Told through a series of portraits, The Gallery of Vanished Husbands is the tale of one woman's liberation. Set in the Jewish neighbourhoods of post-war Britain, Natasha Solomon’s novel tells the story of the fatefully named Juliet Montague, a young single mother with a passion for art and a knack for spotting talent. One … Continue reading “God was in the pictures” – The Gallery of Vanished Husbands Review

“You Could Rattle the Stars” – Throne of Glass Review

Author: Sarah J. Maas Genre: Fantasy Rating: 3/5 Warning: This is pretty long. I didn’t mean for it to be but I suppose there’s no going back now. I went into this expecting it to be, at best, tolerable. A lot of reviews I’ve read have been incredibly negative and those who did recommend it to me did … Continue reading “You Could Rattle the Stars” – Throne of Glass Review