Next up on the Backlog Busting list was Nocturna, the April fairyloot subscription box book. The theme was Dark Magic, … More
About a year ago I fell into a bit of a Greek Mythology hole, and I seemed to have bought a lot of books around the women of the Illiad. One of these books was For the Most Beautiful, on one of those “if you liked X, try Y” lists. I bought it (alongside Circe and other books) and then promptly forgot about it for almost a year. Now, in the Backlog Busting exercise, I have finally gotten around to reading it! I’d give it a solid 3.5, but I think I’d have loved it when I was knee deep in my mythology phase…
Book one of Backlog Busting 2019 was picked for it’s size, if I am entirely, perfectly and honestly honest. Also, … More
Given that I will be needing to pack up my bookshelf in its entirety in the next few weeks, I … More
If I love a book, I seem to end up owning it in more than one medium. In some cases, … More
I’ll hold my hands up and say that I am not one for poetry, and that I have no idea … More
If One Word Kill was Dungeons and Dragons and physic/mathsyness – this sequel, Limited Wish, ramps that up to eleven, introducing new characters and new time-travel based problems!
The Wicked King, sequel to The Cruel Prince is a book that I have been curious about, but not enough … More
Six of Crows was one of those books that I picked up because of Booktube, and then read continuously, bought … More
Around about this time last year, I was pleasantly surprised by Everless, and now this time this year, I realised I forgot a good 90% of the details and honestly that makes reading sequels so much harder! Also, this is a duology! I am glad. Too many trilogies knocking about… Anyway, Evermore is the sequel/conclusion/resolution to Everless, by Sarah Holland.