Dave from The Write Reads surprised us with another book tour, this time it is Shadows by R.J. Furness. It’s the first book in the Sapphire Smyth & The Shadow Five series. The books are short since it’s a serial, so don’t expect too many pages. The premise is strong, but a little confusing. The
A review of Runes by Ednah Walters. 1,5 stars for this paranormal romance with an original take on Norse mythology and an unsatisfying ending.
Sworn to Transfer by Terah Edun is the third book in the Courtlight series and highly entertaining. Read it in one go and start the next one. Four stars.
The Silver Queen is the second book in the Sovereign series by Josie Jaffrey. The alliances become clear before the war starts between two sides. An excellent follow up on The Gilded King. 4,5 stars.
The Book of Peril is the sequel to The Book of Secrets by Melissa McShane. Story continues with Helena Davies getting accustomed to her duties as the custodian of the oracle, Abernathy’s. 4,5 stars for this New Adult fantasy romance.
Infinity by Sherrilyn Kenyon is the first in the Chronicles of Nick series. This YA zombie story is part of the Dark Hunter universe in which her other books also take place. 3 stars for this enjoyable fast-paced story about not killing zombies, but saving them.
What’s better than a new season filled with exciting releases? Well, a book and a lovely place to read. I can’t provide you that perfect place, but I can help you find your next read. Here are 24 books (in the genres fantasy, romance, and YA) that will be released in the months April, May,
Snowspelled is the first book in ‘The Harwood Spellbook’ series by Stephanie Burgis. An unnatural snowstorm hit Angland and Cassandra Harwood made a promise to find the culprit. 4,5 stars for a perfect read on a wintery day.
Starstruck by Brenda Hiatt is the second novel in the Spark bundle. I went in blind, without looking at the cover or reading the description. All I knew was that it had fantasy/science-fiction elements and targeted the young adult audience. That’s enough for me to start reading. It’s also very refreshing since I’m not able
I love gaming, and mythology has always interested me. And when a book combines the two, it certainly interests me. A Dark Realm is the first book in the Feyland trilogy by Anthea Sharp. I got in two different bundles and I finally decided to give it a go. (I read the version in the