Moontangled is Stephanie Burgis’ latest Harwood Spellbook novella. She offered to send me an ARC in exchange for an honest review. I love the series so I didn’t need to think hard about that one. Moontangled follows Juliana and Caroline, a couple we’ve seen in the previous books, but who now get the center stage.
Reading has always been a big part of my life, and I firmly believe that the reading you do as a kid will help shape who you become. When you enjoy the books you read, it’s more likely you’ll keep reading. Long-running series were always better, because you just wanted to read more. I was
Sworn to Raise by Terah Edun is the fourth story in the Spark anthology. The writing didn’t catch my attention, but I enjoyed the story more than I expected. 3 stars for the first book in the Courtlight series.
Queens of Innis Lear is the newest book by Tessa Gratton. Three princesses await the king’s decision who gets the crown. Poetic, magical, and strong females are the foundation of this amazing fantasy. The ARC gets four stars.
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.
The Book Of Secrets by Melissa McShane is the first of The Last Oracle series. This urban fantasy story takes you to an old bookstore that’s more than just that. Ask questions to get the answer you seek.
We’ve arrived at the last book of ‘The Year of the Dragons’ series by James Calbraith, The Last Dragon King. I didn’t like the previous book as much as I did the others, but the epic conclusion in The Last Dragon King makes up for it. There will be spoilers if you haven’t read all
In The Withering Flame (The Year of the Dragon #6), Bran, Nagomi and Sato continue on their journey to fulfill the prophecy and save Yamato. Torn apart by a civil war, the three have to find each other and new allies to help reach their goal. 4,5 stars.
Every month we’ll recommend a few of our favourite books. These are not reviews (yet), but we want to share our enthusiasm with you. This week, The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern.
Last month I started the ride through Yamato with the review of James Calbraith’s The Shadow of Black Wings. This week I’ll treat you to the sequel, The Warrior’s Soul. There will be spoilers to the first book and minor spoilers for this one. You’ll still be able to enjoy reading The Warrior’s Soul after reading this review.