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 →

Review: Circe by Madeline Miller

Ooooh Greek Mythology. I love you so. Mythology in general has been one of those things that I have been fascinated with for my entire life. And Madeline Miller.... well, let's just say that Song of Achilles had me in goddamn tears despite knowing how The Illiad ended. It is quite easily one of my... Continue Reading →

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