Currently Reading :: When Days Tilt :: Karen Ginnane

I started a new book today, and I’m already enjoying it so much that I had to put it down for a sec to tell you about it! When Days Tilt is Karen Ginnane’s debut novel, and the first in her Time Catcher series. It’s historical fiction fantasy for teens and it grabbed me right […]

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#LOVEOZYA :: Rising :: Bronwyn Eley

Aaaaah the eternal dilemma of the book reviewer staring down a review of the final book in a series – how do I do this without spoilers? Rising, the final installment in Bronwyn Eley’s dark #LoveOzYA fantasy series, The Relic Trilogy is out TODAY, and I was lucky enough to get my hands on an […]

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Currently Reading :: The Rose Daughter :: Maria Lewis

I thought I’d pop in today to share a little update on my current read, The Rose Daughter by Maria Lewis.I was soooo excited when this one arrived in the mail from Hachette! I absolutely adored the other book I have read from Lewis’ Supernatural Sisters series (you can see my review of The Wailing […]

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Review :: ALL THE MURMURING BONES :: A.G. SLATTER

All the Murmuring Bones is pictured standing upright with the cover facing the camera. Right behind it in the background is a herb garden filled with parsley and sage and rosemary (and I'm sure there's some thyme too!)

Orphaned as a young child, Miren O’Malley has been brought up by her grandparents on their isolated, rambling estate Hob’s Hallow. Long ago her family prospered due to a deal struck with the mer, the terrifying creatures who live in the depths of the sea: safety for their merchant ships in return for a child […]

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CHRISTMASSY :: Q&A :: Alysha King

“You possess a power as great as that of the false Empress. You do not understand it yet but you will come to learn its true nature. It is the only match to true evil. You doubt it, but you must embrace it or you will fail.” When Carey Lee discovers that not only is […]

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Review :: PIRANESI :: Susanna Clarke

Piranesi lives in the House. Perhaps he always has. In his notebooks, day after day, he makes a clear and careful record of its wonders: the labyrinth of halls, the thousands upon thousands of statues, the tides that thunder up staircases, the clouds that move in slow procession through the upper halls. On Tuesdays and […]

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