ARC review: Winter’s Orbit by Everina Maxwell

I was sent a paperback copy of this book by the publisher for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. Ancillary Justice meets Red, White & Royal Blue in Everina Maxwell's exciting debut.While the Iskat Empire has long dominated the system through treaties and political alliances, several planets, including Thea, have begun to chafe under Iskat's rule. … Continue reading ARC review: Winter’s Orbit by Everina Maxwell

Coming back from hiatus: necessary but awkward life update post (or something)

*coughs*   HI!!! Long time no see but this is my post in which I announce that I'm officially back from my unplanned and unannounced hiatus (and hopefully am not lying about coming back for real). I've already posted my review of Netflix's Shadow and Bone a couple of days ago so now I have no … Continue reading Coming back from hiatus: necessary but awkward life update post (or something)

Show review: Shadow and Bone // a good adaptation, but was the racism necessary? (of course it wasn’t)

Like many others in the book community I was looking forward to Netflix adapting one of the series I can still name as one of my favorite YA series years later. To me personally, Shadow and Bone (the book trilogy) and most of all Six of Crows have their biggest nostalgic value in the fact … Continue reading Show review: Shadow and Bone // a good adaptation, but was the racism necessary? (of course it wasn’t)

Review: Cat’s Got Your Heart by Jem Zero

A fluffy feline isn't the only thing they're fighting for...Adopting a cat doesn't sound hard. Then Jericho Adams meets Harinder Mangal, the surly pet store employee who loves animals and hates customers. Their first encounter inspires more than simple loathing—it puts the ball in motion for an absurd game of deceit that boasts a fluffy … Continue reading Review: Cat’s Got Your Heart by Jem Zero