Blog tour: The Everlasting Rose, by Dhonielle Clayton

It doesn't feel all that long since I read Dhonielle Clayton's debut novel The Belles, but here we are: the second book is out, and (spoiler alert) it's just as good as the first! What I forgot between finishing The Belles and starting on The Everlasting Rose was just how richly evocative Clayton's writing is. Everything is described in terms of …

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Review (finally!): Enchantee, by Gita Trelease

I've been talking a lot about this book... so here, finally, we have the review to back up my previous rants! I present to you Gita Trelease's new novel, Enchantée, and true to form, the book cast a spell on me, and now I'm completely in love with it. This is probably because it ticks all my boxes. Set …

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Review: Do You Dream of Terra-Two?, by Temi Oh

Space. The final frontier? Joking aside, it basically is for the heroes of Temi Oh's new book, Do You Dream of Terra-Two?, which follows the journey of six young would-be astronauts as they look to the skies and look to set off on a 23-year journey to Terra Two, Earth's distant twin, and hopefully the future …

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Blog Tour: The Girl King, by Mimi Yu

I've been really looking forward to sharing this review with you, and now... my time has come. All hail Mimi Yu, the new queen of fantasy. Personally, I thought The Girl King had everything you could want from a fantasy YA book: mounds of excitement, some fantastic female characters, a healthy dollop of magic and a freshness that breathes …

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1st January Review: The Twisted Tree, by Rachel Burge

What happens when you mix Nordic mythology with a Neil Gaiman-esque take on a YA book? The answer is: something pretty close to The Twisted Tree. It's tense, enjoyably spooky, and takes you deep into the heart of Norwegian folklore. It's the perfect winter read, and the perfect first book for me to review this year! So …

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