Tag Archive: Reimaging

ARC Book Review: The Cold is in Her Bones by Peternelle van Arsdale

ashley | I was drawn to the cover of The Cold Is In Her Bones by Peternelle van Arsdale. There was something sweet and innocent about it, but also very haunting. With a… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Slayer by Kiersten White

ashley | In time when TV seems to be nothing but reboots and original book ideas seem hard to come by, I stumbled across an ARC for Slayer by Kiersten White. I’ve had… 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: Hag-Seed by Margaret Atwood

ashley | I’m ashamed that I hadn’t heard about the Hogarth Shakespeare series – a retelling of Shakespeare’s popular works by popular authors – until I stumbled on Margaret Atwood’s contribution, Hag-Seed. Initially I just… Continue reading

Book Review: First & Then by Emma Mills

ashley | Surprise! I’m reading another re-telling! I was in the mood for something light and different and adorable, and I hoped I would find all those words in First & Then by… Continue reading

Book Review: Bright Smoke, Fire by Rosamund Hodge

ashley | Bright Smoke, Cold Fire by Rosamund Hodge was a birthday gift by a friend who knows me well – marketed as a Romeo + Juliet retelling, I was super excited to see what Hodge… Continue reading

ARC Book Review: Stone Field

ashley | Yes. I read another retelling of Bronte’s Wuthering Heights. What of it? I know there are a lot of feelings towards Wuthering Heights, but it is my favourite book and instead… Continue reading

Book Review: The Steep and Thorny Way

ashley | Cat Winters is easily one of my favourite authors, I say that anytime I read one of her books. But that’s what I move about her, every time I pick up… Continue reading

Book Review: The Great Hunt

ashley | I know nothing at all about the Grimm Brothers’ tale The Singing Bone, but when I saw the cover of Wendy Higgins’ adaptation The Great Hunt, I had to have it. It’s… Continue reading