Here are my picks for what you must read in February 2016: 1. Glass Sword (Red Queen #2) by Victoria Aveyard - February 11th 2016 by Orion Goodreads ||...
No really. They do! But in a world where women are encouraged to use their initials so they can hide their gender when publishing science fiction, you might...
A girl who was to murder as maestros are to music. The first book in The Nevernight Chronicle, Nevernight is the kind of book you line up for. It's a...
It's taken me a long time to gather the courage to read Winter, mostly because I was terrified I wouldn't enjoy the finale of The Lunar Chronicles (I mean, 4...
There’s no such thing as safe in a city at war, a city overrun with monsters. In this dark urban fantasy from author Victoria Schwab, a young woman and a ...
Review recommendations for those who love science fiction, entirely comprised of female authors.
I enjoyed Aerie a lot. It’s different enough from Magonia that it doesn’t suffer from second-book syndrome but keeps true to the things I loved about the first instalment. I’ll be back for more (if there is more!) and recommend it to those who enjoyed Magonia or like Neil Gaiman’s works.
I’ve had a wonderful, wonderful time with Cinder, Scarlet, Cress and Winter, and I’m sad to let them go … but I do have the novellas in Stars Above to look forward to! The idea of blending science fiction, fairy tales, and Sailor Moon may sound odd (I was sceptical at first), but I urge readers to give the series a chance. I don’t think you’ll regret it.
I was lucky enough to be chosen as an advocate for The Bone Season series by Samantha Shannon! A huge thank you to the wonderful folks at Bloomsbury Sydney for choosing me! I honestly didn’t think I’d be picked!
The first book in The Nevernight Chronicle, Nevernight is the kind of book you line up for. It’s a superbly crafted story that had me hooked from the very first chapter.
Nevernight comes out in August, and I think you’ll love it.
Cruel Crown is a bind of two novellas set in the world of Red Queen. These novellas open up the world and allow us a glimpse into two fascinating characters – Queen Coriane (Cal’s mother) and Farley.
I’m taking part in the Make Me Read It Read-A-Thon! You get to choose which books I read!
To celebrate the release of the Alex Caine trilogy in paperback, author extraordinaire Alan Baxter is stopping by to speak about Dark Fiction.
I loved Thorne. This story world has grown on me and I’ve come to respect McConaghy’s storytelling. I love her characters and her prose, and am looking forward to reading Isadora in August.