Book Review | Waking Gods

After having read Sylvain Neuvel’s debut novel, Sleeping Giants, last year, I had been eagerly anticipating the second book in The Themis Files series. And it’s finally here! (Well, almost.) I must say: it was totally worth the wait! (As always, this review is spoiler-free! There may be minor spoilers for the first book in the […]

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Book Review | Exit West

I usually don’t pick up books because everyone else is talking about them. But Mohsin Hamid’s newest book, Exit West, caught my interest because it was one of the Book of the Month Club selections for this month, and (even though I ended up getting another BOTM book) I decided to pick this one up anyway. And […]

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Book Review | Blood Rose Rebellion

I’ll be honest here, I’m not quite sure why I requested Blood Rose Rebellion for review. I think I might have seen it on BookTube at one point, and I liked the cover. And I have kind of been in the mood for more young adult fantasy. I wish I’d read some reviews before I decided […]

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Book Review | A Conjuring of Light

The finale to V. E. Schwab’s Darker Shades of Magic series was one of my most anticipated books of the year. And it was brilliant! I am so happy with the ending of this series, and cannot wait to read it again. P.S. This review is pretty short, since I try to make all my […]

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Book Review | All That’s Left to Tell

Today, I have a review Daniel Lowe’s debut novel, All That’s Left to Tell. It is a contemporary mystery that explores father-daughter relationships. I haven’t read many books centered around fathers and daughters, so I was definitely intrigued by this book. And while it ended up being completely different than I was expecting, I still think […]

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Book Review | Gilded Cage

Lately, I’ve been in the mood for a fantasy/sci-fi novel (as in a book that combines both genres, not the broad category you might find in a bookstore). I’ve picked up quite a few in the last year or so, but none of them were really catching my interest. When I saw Vic James’s debut […]

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Book Review | Lincoln in the Bardo

Usually, when there is a lot of hype surrounding a book – especially when said book is of the literary fiction or historical fiction variety – I’m either going to love it or hate it. And, if I’m being honest, I’m more likely to dislike it than not. So I was pretty skeptical going into […]

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