The Gilded Wolves: Enter A New Squad Goals – 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

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Children of Blood and Bone: A Mythological Wonder You Won’t Want to Leave – An ARC 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

Empress of All Seasons: The Asian Representation We Needed – An ARC Review

Empress of All Seasons takes a traditionally Western-centric concept of the “Chosen One” competition a la The Hunger Games and The Bachelor and mixes it with Japanese mythology, traditions and culture to form the perfect YA novel for Asian readers. It’s basically Yanxi Palace with more fantasy, magic and is built for young adults. … More Empress of All Seasons: The Asian Representation We Needed – An ARC Review

Bland Characters and Shaky Plot Dim The Darkest Star’s Light – An ARC Review

For, as hyped up as The Darkest Star was, bolstered by the Lux’s cult status, it was dragged down by an unlikeable love interest and a bland, snowflake main character. But, it also tells an entertaining and trashy story with some twists. … More Bland Characters and Shaky Plot Dim The Darkest Star’s Light – An ARC Review

The Legend of The Hundredth Rani Lives On in The Warrior Queen – An ARC Review

The Warrior Queen is boring. Yet, it is the only fitting ending to The Hundredth Queen series. While it served only to tie up all the loose ends and bring the story back full circle to The Hundredth Queen, it also is a nice change in pace for a series wrought with intensity and danger. In fact, you can see already see the ending coming and, that’s not entirely a bad thing.  … More The Legend of The Hundredth Rani Lives On in The Warrior Queen – An ARC Review

Catwoman: Soulstealer: The Cat Has Come to Play! – A Book Review

I’m a huge fan of Selina Kyle and Catwoman; more so, the idea and concept of her as a character. So, I was a little sceptical when I heard Sarah J Maas was going to write a retelling of her story for the DC Icons series. And everyone knows how much I dislike her pseudo-feminist works. But, I am also in love with her skill to tell a good story. … More Catwoman: Soulstealer: The Cat Has Come to Play! – A Book Review