Review: Black Arrow by J.P. Ashman

Well. Here we are, Black Arrow. I've been really excited about this one, so when offered an ARC, I couldn't say no. So, thanks to the author for the review copy. 🙂 Tragedy rarely visits alone; when one hero falls, more usually follow, such is the nature of war. Whilst Cheung travels Brisance and the... 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: 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: 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: King of Assassins by RJ Barker

The very second I had access to a NetGalley of this book, I was all over it. I have really, really enjoyed the adventures of Girton, Merela, Rufra, and everyone else in and around Maniyadoc. So, I'd like to thank the author and Orbit via NetGalley for the advance reader copy. Many years of peace... Continue Reading →

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