ARC Review: The Unconquered City by K.A. Doore

I was sent this book as an advance copy for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. The final volume in K. A. Doore's critically-acclaimed assassin fantasy series (spoilers for The Impossible Contract in the next paragraph - don't read if you haven't read that book!) Seven years have passed since the Siege — … Continue reading ARC Review: The Unconquered City by K.A. Doore

Review: Days Without End by Sebastian Barry

Thomas McNulty, aged barely seventeen and having fled the Great Famine in Ireland, signs up for the U.S. Army in the 1850s. With his brother in arms, John Cole, Thomas goes on to fight in the Indian Wars—against the Sioux and the Yurok—and, ultimately, the Civil War. Orphans of terrible hardships themselves, the men find … Continue reading Review: Days Without End by Sebastian Barry

ARC Review: Cancer Ships Aquarius (Signs of Love #5) by Anyta Sunday

I was sent this book as an advanced copy for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. Prepare to dip your toe into the biggest adventure of your life, Cancer. There’s romance in the air, and it smells deliciously salty. Dumped by the fifth girl in two years and abandoned by his best friends, … Continue reading ARC Review: Cancer Ships Aquarius (Signs of Love #5) by Anyta Sunday

Audiobook review: In the Vanishers’ Palace by Aliette de Bodard

In a ruined, devastated world, where the earth is poisoned and beings of nightmares roam the land... A woman, betrayed, terrified, sold into indenture to pay her village's debts and struggling to survive in a spirit world. A dragon, among the last of her kind, cold and aloof but desperately trying to make a difference. When failed scholar Yên is sold to Vu Côn, one of the last dragons … Continue reading Audiobook review: In the Vanishers’ Palace by Aliette de Bodard

Review: The Deep by Rivers Solomon

I was sent this book as an advance listening copy via libro.fm for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. Yetu holds the memories for her people—water-dwelling descendants of pregnant African slave women thrown overboard by slave owners—who live idyllic lives in the deep. Their past, too traumatic to be remembered regularly, is forgotten … Continue reading Review: The Deep by Rivers Solomon