Review: An Unkindness of Magicians by Kat Howard

****Trigger warnings for blood letting, murder, death of a parent (off page), child neglect/abandonment, self harm and murder.**** It’s been a while since I went off the beaten track SFF wise and just picked up a book on a whim. I’m aware of Kat Howard’s work mostly because of her run on The Books of…

Review: Lycanthropy and Other Chronic Illnesses by Kristen O’Neal

Before carrying on with my own review, I think it’s proper to discuss the issues that have been discussed around this book. I’m very obviously white and Irish so have no salt in any discussion about what is good representation of another race and what isn’t. This book features an Indian American protagonist and there…

Review: The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep by H.G Parry

Something that I have felt over my life is that readers understand readers. Book nerds call to each other through the endless deluge of daily life and repetitive social media posts. This book for me is truly a love letter to other readers from the author herself. What H.G Parry has captured here is my…