For the most part I really enjoyed A Crown in Time – there were Outlander (Diana Gabaldon) & Caityn (Elizabeth Davies) vibes throughout the story, & I was incredibly curious about where the story would go. Unfortunately I was a little disappointed by the ending, but I still appreciated Macaire’s writing.
I was sent this book in return for an honest review via Rachel’s Random Resources.
⚠️ This story contains starving children, forced operations (including a hysterectomy), references to suicide & self-harm, violence, scenes of a sexual nature
& death/hunting of animals ⚠️
When this book fell through my letterbox I became instantly obsessed; I was carrying it around with me before I’d even started to read it & I stayed up late on work nights because I was so enthralled by the story. My obsession with this book reminds me of my obsession with Shadow Frost, & I can’t wait for the sequel to come out!
⚠️ This book contains the deaths of parents, drug use (one scene), discrimination towards “the flightless”, violence – including torture – & murder ⚠️
Cloth of Grace is the fourth book in the Choices & Consequences series by Rachel J. Bonner; I have been following this series since the first book & the story has travelled so far since it’s first few pages – I’m eager to find out what happens next. For the first time we get to clearly see the whole of Leonie’s faces, & it’s so nice to see her so happy, considering all she has been through.
You can find my review for book one, Strand of Faith, here, my review of book two, Thread of Hope, here & my review of book three, Weave of Love, here.
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My interest in this story was piqued when I saw the cover, however when I found out that the story is basically built on ballet, magic & a travelling fair/circus – well I had no choice but to read it. And, I am so glad I did. This was such an exciting story & I can’t wait to continue the series.
I was sent this book to review by YA Bound Book Tours.
⚠️ This story contains sexism, scenes of arson & characters trapped within a burning building ⚠️
Having to wait so long for the second season of Carnival Row is ruining my life; I’ve got a proper hangover after watching the first season, so when I came across Tangle in the Dark on Audible I just had to listen to it. Tourmaline is my favourite character from the show & I was not disappointed by this insight into the past.
⚠️ This audio-story includes scenes of a sexual nature, war themes, discrimination against a fantasy species & rape ⚠️
Today I’m helping Snowy Wings Publishing to show the world the cover to the third instalment in The Chronicles of the Bat, a MG fantasy series by Janina Franck. The book will be released on April 21st & the gorgeous cover has been destined by Eerilyfairdesign.
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Alas, this wonderful series has come to a close & I am definitely sad about it; nevertheless, Victory Day was a fantastic end to an exciting & engaging series that followed me through the whole of 2019. Rachel Churcher did a bloody good job.
I was sent this book to review as part of a blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.
⚠️ This book contains war themes, discussions of terrorism,
torture, references to rape, gun violence & the death of a parent ⚠️
This post was originally just a review of the first book in the Menagerie series, however I am very behind on my 2019 reviews so I’ve decided to edit the post to include reviews for all three books in the series, with it being re-posted today!
This series completely consumed me; I couldn’t get it out of my head, I talked about it at work & raced through all three of the instalments. I can’t believe this series isn’t talked about more, because it’s bloody fantastic.
⚠️ This series includes violence, abuse toward & hunting of fantasy animal species, forced imprisonment, rape, bloody gore, forced abortion, parental violence toward a child, hunting, mass shootings/murders & other uncomfortable scenes ⚠️