Review: The Elder Ice by David Hambling

This was a review request that sounded really interesting, as it is a bit of a horror/mystery that takes place in... our world, but with some Lovecraftian shenanigans included as well. So off I went into my world of 1920s London adventure! In this atmospheric novella, ex-boxer Harry Stubbs is on the trail of a... Continue Reading →

Review: City of Lies by Sam Hawke

Another book that was on my radar because everything I'd heard about it was amazing. I couldn't help myself, and as soon as I got myself an audible credit, it went directly at this audiobook! I was seven years old the first time my uncle poisoned me...  Outwardly, Jovan is the lifelong friend of the... Continue Reading →

Review: Death March by Phil Tucker

For me, at this point, Phil Tucker is one of those authors whose kickstarter I will immediately throw money at - which is a good description of what happened here. I was backer #2 on this one. Who has faster fingers than me?! WHOOOOO?! 😀 And naturally, seeing that the audiobooks are narrated by Vikas... Continue Reading →

Review: Torn by Rowenna Miller

This one gained my attention back when it first came out because it involves a magic system that involves sewing. I got the audiobook with the entire idea that I would do some cross stitching while listening to it, but it didn't end up working out like that. Oh well! 😀 Sophie is a dressmaker... Continue Reading →

Review: The Poppy War by R.F. Kuang

This book was recommended to me by about ten people, and I couldn't help myself. I patiently waited for my next audible credit and dropped it all over this book. Hooray for audiobooks! When Rin aced the Keju, the Empire-wide test to find the most talented youth to learn at the Academies, it was a... Continue Reading →

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