Review: Spinning Silver

I don’t often pre-order books. I like to have them in my hands before deciding to buy a physical copy or not. But when it comes to Naomi Novik, I want to get her books as soon as possible. So when Spinning Silver became available for pre-order, it didn’t take… Continue Reading Review: Spinning Silver

Review: Flame in the Mist

I read Renee Ahdieh’s The Wrath and the Dawn for book club a few months back. It had some solid world building and an intriguing premise. So, when I received Flame in the Mist at the book blogger meetup, I was looking forward to seeing what Ahdieh could do with a new… Continue Reading Review: Flame in the Mist

Review: Summerlong

I found Summerlong on NetGalley and requested it because I’d never read any Peter S. Beagle books. I know a lot of people are fans of The Last Unicorn, so I thought I’d give him a try. Summary Puget Sound is in the midst of an unpleasant winter when the arrival of… Continue Reading Review: Summerlong

Review: Hag-Seed

I almost always enjoy Shakespeare re-imaginings, so it’s no surprise that when I found Hag-Seed on NetGalley I was eager to see what Margaret Atwood could bring to the genre. Summary When Felix is fired from his position at the Makeshiweg Theatre Festival in favour of his devious assistant, his production of The… Continue Reading Review: Hag-Seed

Review: League of Dragons

I’ve been reading the Temeraire series since high school and have reread most of the books multiple times. They are so fun! Plus Temeraire and Laurence are by far my favourite buddy/companion characters in literature. The Temeraire series also has a special place in my heart because a dear friend… Continue Reading Review: League of Dragons

Review: Never Ever

Wylie meets Phinn at a rooftop party the night before her brother is supposed to go to jail. He takes her flying and Wylie and her brothers end up on an island where no one ages past seventeen. As Wylie’s attraction to Phinn grows, she begins to realize the island… Continue Reading Review: Never Ever

Review: The Crown’s Game

Vika Andreyev and Nikolai Karimov have trained all their lives to become the Tsar’s enchanter. But to achieve this destiny, they must participate in the Crown’s Game, an ancient duel of magical skill of which there can be only one winner. The one who proves themselves the more skilled becomes… Continue Reading Review: The Crown’s Game