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Book Review: Juniper & Thorn by Ava Reid

Synopsis: A gruesome curse. A city in upheaval. A monster with unquenchable appetites. As the last true witches living in a city shifting from magic to industry, Marlinchen and her two sisters are little more than tourist traps as they treat their clients with archaic remedies and beguile them with nostalgic charm. Marlinchen spends herContinue reading “Book Review: Juniper & Thorn by Ava Reid”


Book Review: Misrule by Heather Walter

Synopsis: The Dark Grace is dead. Feared and despised for the sinister power in her veins, Alyce has spent 100 years wreaking her revenge on the kingdom that made her an outcast. Once a realm of decadence and beauty, Briar is now wholly Alyce’s wicked domain. No one escapes the consequences of her wrath. NotContinue reading “Book Review: Misrule by Heather Walter”

Book Review: In a Garden Burning Gold by Rory Power

Synopsis: Rhea and her twin brother Lexos have spent an eternity helping their father rule their small, unstable country. For a hundred years, they’ve been each other’s only ally, defending one another against their father’s increasingly unpredictable anger. Now, with an independence movement gaining ground and their father’s rule weakening, the twins must take mattersContinue reading “Book Review: In a Garden Burning Gold by Rory Power”

Book Review: Nettle and Bone by T Kingfisher

Synopsis: After years of seeing her sisters suffer at the hands of an abusive prince, Marra―the shy, convent-raised, third-born daughter―has finally realized that no one is coming to their rescue. No one, except for Marra herself. Seeking help from a powerful gravewitch, Marra is offered the tools to kill a prince―if she can complete threeContinue reading “Book Review: Nettle and Bone by T Kingfisher”

ARC Review: Scorpica by G R Macallister

Synopsis: In an ancient matriarchal world of magic, gods and warriors, the last girl – unbeknownst to the five Queendoms – has just been born. As time marches on, the scribes of Bastian find no answers in their history books. The farmers of Sestia sacrifice their crops to the gods. Paxim, the empire of tradeContinue reading “ARC Review: Scorpica by G R Macallister”

ARC Review: The Ladies of the Secret Circus by Constance Sayers

Synopsis: The surest way to get a ticket to Le Cirque Secret is to wish for it . . . Paris, 1925: To enter the Secret Circus is to enter a world of wonder – a world where women weave illusions, carousels take you back in time, and trapeze artists float across the sky. BoundContinue reading “ARC Review: The Ladies of the Secret Circus by Constance Sayers”

ARC Review: Midnight in Everwood by M A Kuzniar

Synopsis: Nottingham, 1906  Marietta Stelle longs to be a ballerina, but as Christmas draws nearer, her dancing days are numbered. At the wishes of her family, she will be obligated to marry and take up her place in society in the New Year. But when a mysterious toymaker, Dr Drosselmeier, purchases a neighbouring townhouse, itContinue reading “ARC Review: Midnight in Everwood by M A Kuzniar”

Blog Tour Review: A Clockwork River by J S Emery

Today is my stop on the A Clock River book tour. Thank you Paige Harris from Head of Zeus for inviting me on this tour. Twitter: @HoZ_BooksFacebook: Head of Zeus BooksWebsite: Synopsis: Time is running out for the Clockwork River. Lower Rhumbsford is a city far removed from its glory days. On the banks of the greatContinue reading “Blog Tour Review: A Clockwork River by J S Emery”

ARC Review: A Girl Made of Air by Nydia Hetherington

Synopsis: This is the story of The Greatest Funambulist Who Ever Lived…. Born into a legendary circus family, our nameless star was unwanted and forgotten, abandoned to grow up in the shadows of the big top. Until a woman with flaming red hair arrives at the circus and teaches her how to perform on theContinue reading “ARC Review: A Girl Made of Air by Nydia Hetherington”

ARC Review: The Winter Garden by Alexandra Bell

Synopsis: On the night her mother dies, 8-year-old Beatrice receives an invitation to the mysterious Winter Garden. A place of wonder and magic, filled with all manner of strange and spectacular flora and fauna, the garden is her solace every night for seven days. But when the garden disappears, and no one believes her story,Continue reading “ARC Review: The Winter Garden by Alexandra Bell”