(REVIEW) Authority ~ Jeff VanderMeer (Southern Reach #2)

Rating: 5 stars 😳 Buddy read with my brother (we’re really on a buddy read roll in quarantine lol helps that we have to spend every waking moment together) He was here to solve a puzzle in some ways, but he felt as if it were beginning to solve him instead. Sooooo I liked this. […]

(REVIEW) Rebel, Pawn, King ~ Morgan Rice (Of Crowns and Glory #4)

Rating: 5 stars So I’m shook but I’ll live. Honestly, this series went from junk food to a tasty snack so insidiously that I’m left here reeling. Besides some repetitive set pieces and the usual level of iffy editing, this was kind of amazing. The characters really shone in this. Like, even the ones who […]

(REVIEW) Ark ~ Veronica Roth (Forward Collection #1)

Rating: 5 stars I thoroughly enjoyed this, from start to finish! I was pleasantly surprised to find that it wasn’t YA, as I’d been expecting, but instead had a similar narrative voice to Jeff VanderMeer’s Annihilation, in which a female adult scientist is a part of a semi-suicidal mission where strange plants are involved as […]

(ARC REVIEW) Ophiuchus ~ Alexis Leriger de la Plante & Natasha Tara Petrovic

Rating: 5 stars I received this eARC from Image Comics via Edelweiss+ in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of this book in any way. “It’s pretty simple. A world built on genocide and slavery isn’t a world worth existing!” The Art THE COLORS!!!! This was beautiful!!!! The color palate […]

(REVIEW) Nancy Drew: The Palace of Wisdom ~ Kelly Thompson (Nancy Drew #1)

Rating: 5 stars Time to be honest: this was the very first Nancy Drew anything I’ve ever read. Same for the Hardy Boys. I even had some of their books on my shelf growing up. I just didn’t really care enough or thought they would be boring since they weren’t about fairies or sharks (I […]

(REVIEW) We Wish to Inform You That Tomorrow We Will Be Killed With Our Families ~ Philip Gourevitch

Rating: 5 stars All at once, as it seemed, something we could have only imagined was upon us—and we could still only imagine it. This is what fascinates me most in existence: the peculiar necessity of imagining what is, in fact, real. This was a very difficult book to read, and an even harder book […]

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