Blog Tour: Skyward, by Brandon Sanderson

Excellent cover notwithstanding, this is a pretty exceptional book. Not that I was expecting anything less from the master of sci fi, Brandon Sanderson. Skyward is just a fantastic example of how to do young adult writing, and science fiction, right. It’s exciting, it’s jam-packed with great characters and attitude bursts off the pages like an accelerating fighter…

Blog tour: Anarchy, by Megan DeVos

This is the first blog tour I’ve ever done for an online sensation! Megan DeVos shot to fame on Wattpad with her book Anarchy, so I was super excited to hear that it was being released as a novel- and even more excited to make it onto the blog tour. The book itself is a little like…

Blog Tour: The Tropic of Eternity, by Tom Toner

The final installment in The Amaranthine Spectrum series, this book is just as wild, as wacky and generally as weird as its two predecessors. I must also say before we start: it’s probably a good idea to go back and read the first two before you dip into these. This is not a series for…

Review: Empire of Silence, by Christopher Ruocchio

This is one book that I would not mind reading again immediately- 800 pages and all. I can’t even begin to explain how bowled over I was by the feat that is Christopher Ruocchio’s Empire of Silence. It’s not just the length (though it was, a little bit, and made for some very awkward journeys…

Review: Ascension, by Victor Dixen

I don’t know if it’s because I’ve been watching a little too much Love Island at the moment, but there was almost something of a guilty pleasure-esque feeling when I picked up Ascension. Six boys and six girls have to try and ‘pair up’ on a six-month trip to Mars, where they’ll start a new…