Hiya guys and gals! I recently posted a review for Relic, which is a debut fantasy novel by Bronwyn Eley, which has since been released into the world, and has rocketed up to a #1 bestseller! So I’m absolutely over the moon to be posting my Q&A with Bronwyn today! Continue reading
Okay guys and gals, if this book doesn’t blow up, I’m going to lose my shit. If I don’t see this book plastered around Bookstagram, I’m going to lose my shit. If I don’t see this book get the recognition and love that it deserves, I’m going to lose my shit. Continue reading
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For as long as she can remember, Tova has lived among the Svell, the people who found her washed ashore as a child and use her Continue reading
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The Bone Garden is a middle grade book, which I didn’t know going into it, and also kind of didn’t know when I finished it either. I usually associate middle grade books with really childish and silly writing, Continue reading
I’ve been lucky enough to be able to follow Helen and this series along its incredible journey, and I can’t be more thankful. Not only have I had the chance to work with an incredible author, Continue reading
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Our Stop is a light and sweet and funny read whose gorgeous cover and cute synopsis just meant I had to request a review copy! And while I’m pleased that I did, I couldn’t help feeling a tad underwhelmed by the pacing and how the story played out.
The story follows Daniel and Nadia, who both get the same train on a morning; and while the pair have never actually spoken in person, they converse via messages in a section of the local newspaper, Missed Connections.
This idea is incredibly sweet, but it was the execution that had me disappointed; the pair only met near the end of the book after a serious amount of missed meeting opportunities prior. While these missed opportunities initially drove me crazy in a good way, it got to a point where it was just frustrating.
My rating could have been a four had their relationship started earlier on in the book, as we didn’t really see much of them together. But I did still enjoy it, and I would definitely read more of Laura’s work!