July 7th, 2022

Review: Wild is the Witch by Rachel Griffin

Rachel Griffin does it again with a beautifully-written and poignant tale that twists magic and nature.

March 31st, 2022

Review: Gallant by VE Schwab

VE Schwab’s lyrical prose shines through in her newest release, Gallant. While a seemingly short read, coming in at a little under 300 pages, it does not lack complexity or depth.

February 4th, 2022

Review: This Vicious Grace by Emily Thiede

This Vicious Grace has large shoes to fill with comps like Serpent & Dove and The Bodyguard, which promises an air of forbidden romance with lots of yearning and it did not disappoint.

February 3rd, 2022

Review: Together We Burn by Isabel Ibañez

Together We Burn follows Zarela Zalvidar, daughter of a famous dragonadore (think bullfighting but with dragons) and a renowned flamenco dancer, set in a fantasy world inspired by medieval Spain.

January 10th, 2022

Review: Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson

Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson follows Artemisia, a Gray Sister, who works preparing the deceased for burial.

September 15th, 2021

Review: Iron Widow by Xiran Jay Zhao

Please, immediately add this book to your TBR and pre-order all the copies you can get your hands on.

August 19th, 2021

Review: Lakesedge by Lyndall Clipstone

Lakesedge by Lyndall Clipstone is the ideal atmospheric and gothic read for your fall TBR lineup!

August 11th, 2021

Review: The Keeper of Night by Kylie Lee Baker

The Keeper of Night is a twisted and engaging horror/fantasy tale of a half British Reaper, half Japanese Shinigami.

July 20th, 2021

Review: Gods & Monsters by Shelby Mahurin

Finale books are exceptionally tough to pull off. How do you give a satisfying ending to all story arcs and characters without it feeling contrived?

July 6th, 2021

Review: Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim

Six Crimson Cranes follows Shiori’anma (shortened to Shiori), the only princess of Kiata and her six brothers.

June 22nd, 2021

Review: One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston

Wow! This will be a hard rom-com to beat for 2021 and qualifies as one of those rare books you immediately fall in love with and go on to instantly want to re-read the moment you put it down.

May 17th, 2021

Review: The Nature of Witches by Rachel Griffin

This is such a unique and beautifully-written contemporary fantasy! The Nature of Witches is a debut book from Rachel Griffin, marketed as Twister x Practical Magic.