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 →

SPFBO Review: Air and Ash by Alex Lidell

This is the first of my SPFBO books, and I'm delightfully thrilled to say that it was pretty great, marking this as a good start for me. I'm also very tired. More on that later. 😀 Born to privilege. Trained for command. Destined for danger. After a lifetime of training, seventeen-year-old Princess Nile Greysik, a... 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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