Waiting on Wednesday [49]

Waiting on Wednesday [49]

In this imaginative escape into an enthralling new world, World Fantasy Award finalist Kate Elliott begins a new trilogy with her debut young adult novel, weaving an epic story of a girl struggling to do what she loves in a society suffocated by rules of class and privilege. Read more »

Review: Howl’s Moving Castle – Diana Wynne Jones

Review: Howl’s Moving Castle – Diana Wynne Jones

Do you like narcissistic wizards, stubborn pet fire demons, and floating castles? If you do not you need to rethink your life choices. If you do, you must read Howl’s Moving Castle. Howl’s Moving Castle is a light and fun read, but do not be fooled- there are amazing characters and plot twists as well. Read more »

Review: Heart of the Dragon’s Realm by Karalynn Lee

Review: Heart of the Dragon’s Realm by Karalynn Lee

HEART OF THE DRAGON’S REALM was a lot shorter than I was expecting. I’m so used to reading massive fantasy novels (well, at least novels that trap me in their pages that I barely notice time passing) that it felt weird to have finished this in a little over three hours total (according to my kindle anyway). Read more »

Review: The First Third by Will Kostakis

Review: The First Third by Will Kostakis

One of the things I’ve been meaning to do for a very long time is read more Australian fiction. Not just books written by Aussies, but books set in the country I’ve grown up in. THE FIRST THIRD is the first book with an Aussie setting I’ve read in a very long time. It’s set in Sydney with a brief stop in Melbourne, two cities I’ve only briefly spent time in, but it was familiar none the less. The sayings and character’s personalities and stuff all felt so familiar. Read more »