Book Review: Owl and the Electric Samurai by Kristi Charish

ashley | I’ve really enjoyed Kristi Chrish’s Owl series, these books are adventurous and full of sassy, supernatural fun. Owl and the Electric Samurai stuck with this tried and true formula, giving readers exactly what they expect from Alix Hiboux,… Continue reading

Book Review: A Million Junes by Emily Henry

ashley | I was absolutely smitten with Emily Henry’s The Love That Split The World before I even read it. Similarly, I knew I had to read A Million Junes as soon as humanly possible, and pre-ordered it… Continue reading

Book Review: Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller

ashley | I’d be lying if I said part of me didn’t pick up Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller because the daughter was a fiery redhead. I can’t help it, I love seeing myself in books… Continue reading

Book Review: Ensnared by Rita Stradling

ashley | A sci-fi retelling of Beauty and the Beast? That was all I needed to know about Rita Stradling’s Ensnared to know that it must be mine. No doubt there would be comparisons to Marissa Meyer’s Cinder, but… Continue reading

Book Review: The Girl with the Ghost Machine by Lauren DeStefano

ashley | I admittedly do not read a lot of middle grade fiction, but I love Lauren DeStefano and I really enjoyed A Curious Tale of the In-Between enough to pick up her newest middle-grade work The Girl With… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Girl in Snow by Danya Kukafka

ashley |  Girl in Snow by Dayna Kukafka started out with a lot of promise. Told in varying points of view between Cameron, Jade and Russ, I very quickly bonded with the character of Jade, who is almost a… Continue reading

Audiobook Review: Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

ashley | Is there anything better than listening to Neil Gaiman’s British tongue recite the mythological stories of the Norse gods? Let me save you the trouble, no, there isn’t. Gaiman’s newest book, Norse Mythology retells these old myths about… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Gather the Daughters by Jennie Melamed

ashley | There’s something hauntingly fascinating about cults, so I was naturally drawn to Gather the Daughters by Jennie Melamed. But this is far more than your run of the mill cult story and there was… Continue reading

Audiobook Review: View From The Cheap Seats by Neil Gaiman

ashley | Having just finished listening to Amanda Palmer’s book The Art of Asking recently, where she speaks often of her husband Neil Gaiman, my favourite author, I thought it fitting that I… Continue reading