2019 releases

Royals, Angst and All the Drama: American Royals by Katharine McGee

I recently watched Melanie's video (I hope you all know who Melanie is, otherwise, what are you doing with your life?) and she talked about American Royals in it, and whenever Melanie talks about the book I have to read it. The thing that drew me to this one is the promised angst - it's… Continue reading Royals, Angst and All the Drama: American Royals by Katharine McGee

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2019 releases · YA

Androids, Politics, and Enemies to Lovers: Crier’s War by Nina Varela

I have to say this - this streak of me being pretty unimpressed with releases I was most excited about has to end. When this book started making the rounds around Twitter, I immediately added it to my TBR. It's an f/f enemies-to-lovers story, and that's my one requirement for liking a book, so naturally,… Continue reading Androids, Politics, and Enemies to Lovers: Crier’s War by Nina Varela

2018 releases · fiction

A Deep Dive into a Relationship and a Whole Lot of Anxiety: Normal People by Sally Rooney

It's very hard to miss this novel in the book community - not only has it won ALL the awards, it is also very well-loved among the people who read and love Literary Fiction. The novel is definitely huge, and it has traversed into the lives of other readers who don't read a lot of… Continue reading A Deep Dive into a Relationship and a Whole Lot of Anxiety: Normal People by Sally Rooney

2019 releases · fantasy · YA

Make It French and Call It Fantasy: Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin

Everyone and their mother here knows how much I love the hate-to-love trope and how well the enemies-to-lovers set up works for me. So when I saw Serpent & Dove with its gorgeous cover, I knew I had to read it. Not only was it enemies to lovers, it was a witch and witch hunter… Continue reading Make It French and Call It Fantasy: Serpent & Dove by Shelby Mahurin

2019 releases · fantasy

Asgard, 19th Century London, and Magic: Loki: Where Mischief Lies by Mackenzi Lee

Loki is one of my favorite characters in the Marvel comicverse and I absolutely love him and his portrayal in the MCU. Which is why I was super excited to see that Mackenzi Lee was writing a Loki book. I personally enjoyed her previous novels, and I was excited to see what she would do… Continue reading Asgard, 19th Century London, and Magic: Loki: Where Mischief Lies by Mackenzi Lee

2019 releases · fantasy

Stories, Doors and Other Worlds: The Ten Thousand Doors of January

I remember seeing the proofs for this book online and thinking, this is the most gorgeous review copy I have ever seen. And then I saw that this was about a girl who opens Doors (capital D) to another world, and I was completely sold. I requested a review copy from Orbit UK, thinking they… Continue reading Stories, Doors and Other Worlds: The Ten Thousand Doors of January

2019 releases · fantasy · YA

Libraries, Sorcery and Likeable Demons: Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson

I love when books surprise me. I just did a post on that actually. And Sorcery of Thorns was that book for me. I skipped the excitement for Enchantment of Ravens, so when I got Sorcery of Thorns in my Owlcrate, I was optimistic about it, but I did not plan to read it soon.… Continue reading Libraries, Sorcery and Likeable Demons: Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson