Windwitch by Susan Dennard is the sequel to Truthwitch (my review). This is a fantasy series, I read the first book a year ago and really enjoyed it. This review will probably contain spoilers for the first book in the series so make sure you’ve read it first.
The Other Slipper by Kenechi Odogu is a novel based off the tale of Cinderella but taking it in a different direction. This book is set in a fantasy world that is reminiscent of the worlds fairy tales are usually set in. I read this book as an ebook which went really well.
I was given a copy of this novel by the author for review, this does not in any way impact my opinion of the novel.
Lodestar is the fifth book in the Keeper of the Lost Cities series by Shannon Messenger. This series is aimed at middle graders however the later book show more ya themes. I have been a fan of these book for year now, since just before the second one came out. You can read my review for the first book in the series, Keeper of the Lost Cities. Note this review will have spoilers for the previous books in the series. Read on at your own risk.
Heartless by Marissa Meyer releases on February 9th in the UK but in the US and Australia it released in November so I was able to get my hands on this book. Heartless is a Alice in Wonderland retelling by the queen of retellings – Marissa Meyer. This is actually my first Marissa Meyer book but I do have the Lunar Chronicles on my shelf to read very soon.Read More »
Queen of the Tearling is the first book in a fantasy trilogy by Erika Johansen. I really enjoyed it, read on to see my review.
Frayed by Kara Terzis (her blog here) is a psychological thriller novel about finding someone’s murderer. Kara has been one of my biggest inspirations as a blogger and writer ever since I found her world building series online which was so helpful to me. I was super excited to read her book and have it sitting on my shelf as a reminder of what people can accomplish. Her story feels so much more real to me because I have been reading her blog for years. Here’s my review.
The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater is the first book in The Raven Cycle. I have heard a lot about this series and I know from reading her stand alone novel The Scorpio Races that I love her writing style so I was super excited to read this book. I listened to the audio book version, here’s my review.