Publisher: Bloomsbury Sydney
My favourite kind of book is one where I don’t have to like the characters to find them compelling. Or, to put it another way, I admire authors who write protagonists I dislike but still want to read about, even at 2 in the morning. Such is Letters to the…
The Pale Dreamer gives us a glimpse of Paige’s life before we met her in The Bone Season, taking us on an adventure through London after some poltergeists. It’s an excellent entry point for readers who are interested in The Bone Season series and want to give it a try….
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!
Fearless, the last instalment in the Avena series, concludes Ebony and Nathaneal’s story admirably, and I enjoyed every moment of it immensely. I’ve loved this series since I read Hidden, and am sad to let these characters and their world go.
Today I’m kicking off the Australian and UK blog tour for the final book in Marianne Curley’s awesome The Avena series, Fearless.
Whisper the Dead is the second book in this wonderful series that follows three teen witches in the regency era. Emma, Penelope, and Gretchen have recently found out that they are witches of the powerful Lovegrove line, and are now struggling to control their powers in an increasingly dangerous world.
I loved The Bone Season, but its sequel has taken my breath away!
The international blog tour of The Mime Order by Samantha Shannon drops by, and I’m sharing an exclusive excerpt with you!
Cured has been an anticipated read for me ever since I read, and enjoyed, Stung earlier this year. Although I wasn’t expecting the change in protagonist, I think it worked well once I got over the fact that I wasn’t going to be in Fiona’s head again.
Take Back the Skies has, on the surface, all the elements to make it an instant hit among the young and the old, but its poor execution lets it down at almost every turn, and I was quite disappointed with it.