I might be a little biased and prejudiced but I think what would really sell Stronger Than A Bronze Dragon for me is that it’s an #ownvoices book and the Asian representation. Too often, Asians are misrepresented in the media and it is only in recent times that we’ve began to reclaim our agency and place as heroes and main characters. … More Stronger Than A Bronze Dragon: A Chinese Steampunk Fantasy – An ARC Review
Aurora Rising is the The Breakfast Club meets Guardians of the Galaxy with Leonardo DiCaprio’s Romeo as the golden boy and a Lee Pace-esque elf: at least, that’s how co-author Jay Kristoff describes it on Goodreads. … More Aurora Rising: The Cadets Are Going Rogue! – An ARC Review
Simple and uncomplicated, there is nothing overly original about the plot of To Best the Boys. Holm’s competition, itself is not unique in it’s design. … More To Best the Boys: Social Commentary and YA Cliches – An ARC Review
Fluffy and filled with charming fandom references, Gen Z speak, an LGBT romance and it’s a Princess and the Pauper retelling; The Princess and the Fangirl is perfect. ‘ll even go so far as to say that it was way better than Geekerella even though you shouldn’t compare sisters. … More Con You Feel The Love: The Princess and The Fangirl – An ARC Review
Wicked Saints, like most fantasies, begin with overwhelming richness of a world to discover and it slowly petered to a romance, with a rather disappointing female lead. But, Wicked Saints is hard to hate or dislike.
Don’t be fooled by the stories you hear likening Wicked Saints to Joan of Arc because, it is anything but. In fact, other than Nadya being the only cleric (someone who can communicate with the gods) in Kalyazin, there are no other similarities. … More Wicked Saints: Gods, Monsters, Magic and Mayhem – Blog Tour Review
Let me preface this review by saying that the moment I finished reading The Gilded Wolves, I headed straight out to get the rest of Roshani Chokshi’s books.
The Gilded Wolves is a dark, dark, dark work of art from the first word to the very last one, promising of more instalments to come. The moment I picked it up, I refused to put it down and spent every waking moment abandoning my life and dedicating it to these characters. … More The Gilded Wolves: Enter A New Squad Goals – Blog Tour Review
As one of the most anticipated books of the year (it already has a sequel in store!), Children of Blood and Bone was a phenomenal debut novel. The story follows Zelie, a maj in a world of kosidan as she, her giant lion pet, her brother and the crown princess, Amari go on a wild goose chase around Orisha to retrieve three magical artifacts in order to restore magic, peace and balance to the world. Maj are outcast and shunned people who possess magical abilities. At the same time, the crown prince, Inan, is hot on their tail, determined to prevent the trio from restoring magic to their world. … More Children of Blood and Bone: A Mythological Wonder You Won’t Want to Leave – An ARC Review