Blog Tour Review: Shadow Frost by Coco Ma

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Shadow Frost is officially one of my favourite two books of the year (Stronger Than A Bronze Dragon being the other) & I can’t get my head around the fact that the author is only 19! I got so caught up in this world & Asterin’s life that I dreamt about it & dreaded finishing it – yet another 2019 book has consumed me.


I was sent this book to review as part of a blog tour organised by The Fantastic Flying Book Club.



⚠️ This book contains violence throughout ⚠️

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So I just wanted to let you all know that my blog is having to take a bit of a backseat due to some things going in on my personal life; because of these things I’ve had to pull out of a bunch of blog tours – I will still be reviewing the books I signed up for however it may not be on the day I was allotted. I have a lot of reviews to catch up on so I hope you can all be patient whilst waiting for me to get back on my blogging game. My apologies to any authors, publishers or tour organisers that I’m letting down.



Blog Tour Review: A Tale of Stars & Shadow by Lisa Cassisy

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So it’s late in the day but this review is actually going up on time – hooray! Why is it late? Well this book was a lot longer than I realised but that’s okay, because it was a fantastic, well-rounded story that is the start of a series but could definitely be appreciated as a stand-alone.


I was sent this book to review as part of a blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.


⚠️ PTSD, slavery, classism, violence,
an attempted rape scene, sexism, flooding & a panic attack ⚠️

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Blog Tour Review & Giveaway: Realm of Knights by Jennifer Anne Davis

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Realm of Knights falls into a category of books that I don’t really read anymore, but damn, I’m so glad I did! I haven’t been able to stop thinking about this story, even though I finished it TEN days ago & the urge to re-read it hasn’t dampened at all in those days.


I was sent this book to review as part of a blog tour organised by Xpresso Tours


⚠ Violence & sexism ⚠

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Cover Reveal: A Haunting in Hollowfield by Jennie K. Brown

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Twelve-year-old Cora Wren can see the past of any object she touches. Little does she know that they mysterious items that have been appearing in her family’s antique shop could help her solve a decades-old murder… and give her clues about her own mother’s disappearance.

Snowy Wings Publishing have done it again – I am totally in love with this cover & super excited about the story!

I love the colours on the cover & it’s absolutely the type of cover that would tempt me into purchasing a book in a shop.

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Blog Tour Promo: Faeries of Saizia by Tonya L. Chaves

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Zäria and Avery, two teenage faeries seeking adventure, get more than they bargained for when they start spying on the elves of Eerie Hollow. They discover why the elves are making delectable chocolates in the forest only to be captured by their adversary, Thordon who threatens them into taking on a quest.

They run into more trouble while crossing through The Perilous Forest when they meet a witch with her own agenda. Their only hope is to locate an ancient faerie sanctuary they’ve only heard of in legend.


Secrets are revealed about Zäria’s parents, which leaves her conflicted and forced to make some tough choices. Just when the fae think their troubles are over, the kingdom of Saizia is in danger of being destroyed.

Will Zäria and Avery be able to get help on time? How will they defeat the evil Thordon? Inspired by the author’s children, Faeries of Saizia is a unique story that will instill a love for reading, love for nature, and belief in life’s endless possibilities.

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Blog Tour Review: False Flag by Rachel Churcher

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False Flag was a book that I was very excited for; I didn’t even bother to read the synopsis, which meant the whole book was a little bit of a surprise for me. Seeing the events of book one from a different perspective was incredibly interesting & I can’t wait to find out what happens next!


I was sent this book to review as part of a blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.

You can read my review of book one here.



⚠️ Terrorism, mass murder, violence, war themes & graphic injury descriptions ⚠️

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