With the amount of new books beings released every week, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Honestly, I can’t even keep track of every book coming out, especially if you also consider all the new indie releases. That’s why I made a list of nineteen science-fiction/fantasy books from Asian authors that caught my eye. All of
I read The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton when I was in Japan. I hoped it wouldn’t be too heavy, but I was already in too deep when I realised what it really was about. This book kept me company during my jetlagged hours on my ereader. The screen was lit and my husband could still
Three comfort reads for the bad days. Easy to read, lovely stories, and enchanting worlds by authors Cate Tiernan, Erin Morgenstern and Clive Barker.
Warcross is a YA sci-fi book about hackers, esports, virtual reality, and gamers. Filled with intrigue, fast paced action, and a hint of romance. Five stars.
An overview of the books I’ve read this year and which ones stood out to me. I’ve read nearly as much non-fiction as fiction, which is a first.
It’s time put Jeroen Steenbeeke in the spotlight and his two series: Hunter In The Dark and The Unbound. Jeroen writes fast-paced fantasy and urban fantasy.
The summer holidays are just around the corner. Let’s take a trip through Europe. Read through five lovely locations with these excellent books.
Caraval by Stephanie Garber is a fantasy novel about Scarlett who joins the game of Caraval to save her sister. But what is real and what isn’t? Five stars.
Rippler by Cidney Swanson is a typical YA paranormal romance, but with an interesting twist. No vampires or werewolves in this one. Three stars.
After The Green Withered by Kristin Ward is a YA dystopia that reminds me of The Hunger Games and Divergent. I do have my issues with the world though.