Review: Ravencry by Ed McDonald

Blackwing was one of the books that made it onto my best of 2017 list pretty easily, so naturally I was eagerly anticipating the follow-up. So thanks to the author, as well as Berkley via NetGalley for the review copy. 🙂 Four years have passed since Nall’s Engine drove the Deep Kings back across the... Continue Reading →

Review: City of Kings by Rob J. Hayes

Yay! When I learned that this series takes place in the same world as Hayes' Best Laid Plans series, I happily accepted an ARC copy, because while this one follows different characters, who are more of the mercenary nature than pirate, it's still bound to be full of all sorts of the shenanigans that I... 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: Hemlock by Jesse Teller

I read Song last year, and really enjoyed it, as it was a bit of a breath of fresh air comparatively to the other Perilisc books I had read up to that point. Still pretty dark, but not quite as in-your-face-dark, with characters I rather like! So, when I was offered a review copy of... Continue Reading →

Review: Mestlven by Jesse Teller

This has been on my review requests pile for an age, but I've put it off because... uh, well the Perilisc books, if you're unfamiliar, are fairly dark. Like... seriously horrorish dark. And I was not in a good place for really-really-dark until... quarter past 2 days ago >.>; So here we are! I was... Continue Reading →

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