The Night Country once again shows that Melissa Albert is a master at weaving the darkest of fairy tales with just the right dashes of humor and sincerity.Rating: 4.5 Stars A copy of this ARC was provided to me through the Libro.FM Influencer program as an Advance Listener Copy. The decision to review the book … Continue reading The Night Country: ARC Review
Harsh, sharp, and unflinching, The Hazel Wood is everything a dark fairy tale should be.Rating: 4.5 Stars The Hazel WoodAuthor: Melissa AlbertPublisher: Flatiron BooksRelease Date: January 30, 2018Synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Alice and her mother have spent most of Alice’s life on the road, always a step ahead of the uncanny bad luck biting at their heels. … Continue reading The Hazel Wood: Book Review
Curses and princesses and demons, OH MY! Girl, Serpent, ThornAuthor: Melissa BashardoustPublisher: Flatiron BooksRelease Date: May 12, 2020Synopsis from Publisher: She was a princess. She was a monster. Melissa Bashardoust’s breakout book is a captivating and utterly original tale about a girl cursed to be poisonous to the touch — and who discovers what power … Continue reading Want Now Wednesday: Girl, Serpent, Thorn
Happy Wednesday my wonderful bookish peoples! I could have sworn I had a Want Now Wednesday pre-written and scheduled for today, but alas, I was wrong. But it works out well because a cover reveal dropped today for a book I most certainly WANT NOW! Ninth HouseAuthor: Leigh BardugoRelease Date: October 1, 2019Publisher: Flatiron BooksSynopsis: … Continue reading Want Now Wednesday: Ninth House
This ARC was sent to me by the publisher at my request. The decision to review the book was my own. All thoughts and opinions in the following review are my own. EnchantéeAuthor: Gita TreleaseRelease Date: February 5, 2019Publisher: Flatiron/MacmillanRating: 4 starsSynopsis: Paris in 1789 is a labyrinth of twisted streets, filled with beggars, thieves, … Continue reading ARC Review: Enchantée
Do you want a book with two sisters escaping an abusive home to what is basically a carnival themed LARPing convention? Do you want a book with deliciously descriptive passages and scrumptious scenes that make you question if you want to stay in your reality? Do you want a book where you don’t know … Continue reading In which I finally review a book and that book is CARAVAL!