Blog Tour Review: A Crown in Time by Jennifer Macaire

A Crown in Time cover

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 ⚠️

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Blog Tour Review: Victory Day by Rachel Churcher

Victory Day

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 ⚠️

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Belated Blog Tour Review & Giveaway: Starchild One – The Age of Akra by Vacen Taylor

The Age of Akra

I read Star Child a while ago now but due to personal circumstances I had to pull out of the blog tour in September, which was organised by Rachel’s Random Resources. At last, I am finally getting back on top of my reviews & that includes this one!


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

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Blog Tour Promo: Taking Wing by Clemency Crow

Taking Wing.jpegTwelve-year-old Freya enjoys karate and is the only one in her class who’s trusted with a part-time job. But everything changes when she meets a boy with yellow eyes. She learns about the guardians, and how an age-old fight has prevented them from fulfilling their purpose.

Freya finds new friends in the Crow tribe, but not everything in the castle is blissful. A destructive shadow lies within her and all she needs to do to release it is close her eyes.

But as the guardians’ war rages on, Freya realises that, although the shadow’s power can be useful, it can’t create peace. To do that, Freya and her friends must solve the mysterious crime that began the war. Can they bring the guardians together before they destroy each other?

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Blog Tour Review: Crimival by R. L. Walker



Crimival was a quick read which was great entertainment for a Saturday night when I was feeling super poorly. I didn’t completely love this story but I definitely want to read the first book as Crimival made lots of hints I want to know more about.


I was sent this book to review as part of a blog tour organised by YA Bound Book Tours.


⚠ Very mild violence ⚠

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Blog Tour Promo & Giveaway: Resurrection Girls by Ava Morgyn

Resurrection GirlsOlivia Foster hasn’t felt alive since her little brother drowned in the backyard pool three years ago. Then Kara Hallas moves in across the street with her mother and grandmother, and Olivia is immediately drawn to these three generations of women. Kara is particularly intoxicating, so much so that Olivia not only comes to accept Kara’s morbid habit of writing to men on death row, she helps her do it. They sign their letters as the Resurrection Girls.

But as Kara’s friendship pulls Olivia out of the dark fog she’s been living in, Olivia realizes that a different kind of darkness taints the otherwise lively Hallas women—an impulse that is strange, magical, and possibly deadly.

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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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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 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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Silverlegs Part 1: Seed of Rage by Camilla Monki

Seed of Rage

Seed of Rage is great for fans of The Poppy War; it’s a dark fantasy that presents itself as YA but the graphic detail of violence means it can only be an adult adventure. This book is a wild adventure that completely consumed me & I am obsessed with that cover!


I was sent this book to review as part of a blitz organised by Xpresso Tours.



⚠️ Silverlegs is a grimdark fantasy novel set in a world inspired by the late Roman empire. The heroine evolves in an environment that is violent, classist, misogynistic, and homophobic. This book questions religious fanaticism. It contains elements of sexual violence, rape, and graphic violence – warnings provided by the author ⚠️

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