Review: A Dowry of Blood by S.T Gibson

****Trigger warnings: Domestic abuse (both physical and psychological), blood, gore, famine, war, plague, sadomasochism, blood letting, murder, self harm, depression and drug/alcohol use**** I recently discussed on the blog how I have been actively going back to vampire books. So when I heard about this book from Cristina Orlando’s fantastic list of the SFF for…

Blog Tour: Amari and the Night Brothers by B.B Alston

It’s been a while since I had 2 posts in a row on the blog! Welcome to my stop on the Ultimate Blog Tour for Amari and the Night Brothers! Amari Peters knows three things. Her big brother Quinton has gone missing.No one will talk about it.His mysterious job holds the secret . . ….

Review: A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik

**Before this review carries on, I would like to discuss briefly the concerns and backlash this book has faced due to the author’s handling of race and in particular a passage describing locs. I received a digital ARC of this which has been confirmed to be missing the main paragraph folks are sighting and the…

Review: The Once and Future Witches by Alix E. Harrow

Every year since I was 3, I used to dress up as a witch for Halloween. In true Irish 90’s Halloween fashion, it was usually a dodgy latex nose, a pointed hat and a black bin liner over my clothes. I loved it. When I was 23, finished college and totally lost, I turned back…

Review: Page by Tamora Pierce ( The Protector of the Small)

This seems to officially be a Terry Pratchett and Tamora Pierce stan account these days (more on the Discworld Project next week). I picked this up directly after finishing First Test so you can imagine how much that shows I’m enjoying this series. As the only female page in history to pass the first year…

Review: First Test by Tamora Pierce (The Protector of the Small)

I’m back! Apologies for my sudden absence, a combination of work and personal things coupled with the world being totally on fire at the moment have lead me to fall behind on the review here. Well I’m back with my journey to Tortall and the first book in The Protector of the Small quartet. Keladry…

Review: Moving Pictures by Terry Pratchett

Welcome back to the Discworld Project. Prepare yourself for the new marvel of the Disc! Lights! Imps! Red carpets and banged grains. Today fellow readers, in the town of Holy Wood, film has come to the Disc. The alchemists of the Discworld have discovered the magic of the silver screen. But what is the dark…

Review:The Wolf of Oren Yaro by K.S Villoso

Fantasy is a genre that loves a story about a Queen. Queens that fight, queens that are masters of manipulations using their husbands to get what they want and Queens of startling beauty that wars are fought over. Today, we are going to talk about the Bitch Queen. Born under the crumbling towers of Oren-yaro,…

Neverwhere-Neil Gaiman Review

Good evening and apologies for my absence! I have been work busy, a bit exhausted and had an impromptu weekend away which was well needed. This book, is shockingly, the only Neil Gaiman book I have never read. And I dragged reading this book out for an entire week. Richard Mayhew’s life takes an unexpected…