Book Reviews

Kindred Blog Tour: A Review + Q&A with Alison Evans

Add to Goodreads - Angus and Robinson - Booktopia - Amazon Australia - Fishpond - The Book Depository What's Kindred about? What does it mean to be queer? What does it mean to be human? In this powerful #LoveOzYA collection, twelve of Australia’s finest writers from the LGBTQ+ community explore the stories of family, friends, lovers and strangers – the connections that form us. This… Continue reading Kindred Blog Tour: A Review + Q&A with Alison Evans

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Hungry Hearts: Kings & Queens + Home-cooked Food that Feeds My Heart

Hungry Hearts: 13 Tales of Food & Love (edited by Elsie Chapman & Caroline Tung Richmond) Hardcover, 352 pages Release date: June 18th 2019 Publisher: Simon Pulse Amazon | Goodreads | Barnes and Noble | Book Depository | IndieBound   Hello! I'll be reviewing Kings and Queens by Elsie Chapman for the Hungry Hearts Blog Tour.… Continue reading Hungry Hearts: Kings & Queens + Home-cooked Food that Feeds My Heart

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A Bittersweet Ending: A Review on Shadowglass

What's It About? Tea is a bone witch with the dark magic needed to raise the dead. She has used this magic to breathe life into those she has loved and lost…and those who would join her army against the deceitful royals. But Tea's quest to conjure a shadowglass—to achieve immortality for the one person… Continue reading A Bittersweet Ending: A Review on Shadowglass

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Recap: VE Schwab and Sarah J Maas’ Sydney Events

It's been a great week of author events. I had the chance to go and meet VE Schwab, and see Sarah J Maas at her only Sydney event. As Schwab had her event (at Kinokuniya, moderated by Garth Nix) first, I'll start off this recap with her. As expected, a lot of people came. I… Continue reading Recap: VE Schwab and Sarah J Maas’ Sydney Events

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Wrapping Up March

Another month gone, another stack of books done (I finally got through Kingdom of Ash which I started reading in December). April, please don't go away too soon. My Top Reads On the Come Up (Angie Thomas). Guys, this book is so good! I'm still at a loss for words, but if you haven't read… Continue reading Wrapping Up March