Tag Archive: Adventure

ARC Book Review: A Muse For Fire by Heidi Heilig

ashley | I absolutely adored Heidi Heilig’s Girl from Everywhere series. I think it was easily my favourite book of 2016. And while I’d love to revisit those characters, when I saw that… Continue reading

Blog Tour + ARC Book Review: I Do Not Trust You by Laura J. Burns and Melinda Metz

This is our stop during the blog tour for I Do Not Trust You by Laura J. Burns and Melinda Metz. This blog tour was organized by Simon and Schuster Canada. ashley | The concept… Continue reading

Book Review: Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo

ashley | I quite enjoyed Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo, but it took me a while to get into and get through. Knowing this, I was prepared for book two of the series, keeping in mind… Continue reading

Book Review: The Plague Diaries by Ronlyn Domingue

ashley | Ronlyn Domingue has taken me on a wondrous adventure with her Keeper of Tales Trilogy. Not only is the story interesting, but Domingue’s writing is expressive in such a unique way, each book taking on… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Odd & True by Cat Winters

ashley | Have I told you lately how much I love Cat Winters? Cat Winters does no wrong. Every time I read a new book of hers, I don’t think she can impress me… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Even the Darkest Stars by Heather Fawcett

ashley | Even the Darkest Stars by Heather Fawcett seemed like it had a little bit of everything – adventure, witches, ghosts, avalanches – which could easily be too much, but ended up being the foundation… Continue reading

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: Raelia by Lynette Noni

ashley | Raelia, Lynette Noni’s follow up to her debut Akarnae, starts off almost too good to be true. Alex’s parents find out she’s been missing for the better part of a year because she was… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Fata Morgana by Steven R. Boyett and Ken Mitchroney

angela | At the height of the air war in Europe, Captain Joe Farley and the baseball-loving, wisecracking crew of the B-17 Flying Fortress Fata Morgana are in the middle of a harrowing bombing… Continue reading