I'm thrilled to welcome you to my stop on the blog tour for Ten Tales of a Dark Tomorrow by Kevin A. Kuhn! Read on for more details, and a chance to win a paperback copy of the book plus a $15 Amazon Gift Card!
Steamy romance, a bad-ass female protagonist, and vampires! What more can you ask for? Fans of the Goddess with a Blade series, wait no more! Blood and Blade is almost here, and if you're getting really antsy, you can get a sneak peek right here! There's also a chance to win a print copy!
Welcome to the blog tour for noir thriller, Mink Eyes by Dan Flanigan! Read on for a sneak peek and an amazing giveaway -- A print copy of the book PLUS a $25 Amazon gift card (U.S. Only), or a $25 Amazon gift card for international entries!
A kind-hearted street urchin and a power-hungry Grand Vizier vie for a magic lamp that has the power to make their deepest wishes come true.
I'm going back to a throwback feature here, comparing what is a fantastic book to it's sub-par adaptation (still so disappointed). What makes it hurt even more is that we could have had a whole franchise of Shadowhunter movies had it not bombed so spectacularly!
One of my favourite genres of fiction is Dystopian, especially YA Dystopian, and this duology ticked all the boxes for me!
Here's another fabulous book I purchased as soon as it was released, that I'm ashamed to be reviewing just now (bad book blogger!), but my passing slump was relentless, not to mention my TBR is ginormous! Better late than never?
How do I miss out on these things? Seriously, I need to come up with a system or something. Regardless, at least I won't have to wait on the last 2 books in the trilogy.
I bought and started reading this on its publication day, and I'm only posting my review now! Oh the shame! This Fall brought me more than glorious foliage, and crisp mornings. It also brought me ...
For fans of high-concept thrillers such as Annihilation and The Girl with All the Gifts, this breathtaking dystopian psychological thriller follows an American academic stranded at a Swiss hotel as the world descends into nuclear war—along with twenty other survivors—who becomes obsessed with identifying a murderer in their midst after the body of a young girl is discovered in one of the hotel’s water tanks.
This is my first buddy read, and I'm so happy I got to do it with Candace Robinson, AKA Literary Dust! We both loved the conclusion to this series, and I think Candace will agree with me when I say, this was the best book of all.
Hey guys! Well, school is back in session and that pretty much means we're back to our regularly scheduled programming. To kick off the school year, we have a new review from Theresa! This book is called One by One by D.W. Gillespie.
I am over the moon to announce that Lisa Doherty is back with Reads & Reels! She'll be writing movie reviews from time to time and I couldn't be more thrilled! Welcome back Lisa! Today she has a review of new romcom, Yesterday.
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Rating: 5/5 stars
Series: The Folk of the Air, Book 3
Genres: Young Adult, Fantasy, Romance, Fae
“Only out of his spilled blood can a great ruler rise. But not before what I have told you comes to pass,” (Baphen, Preface).
My love of the fae and stories about them made this series a wild ride for me. I loved seeing these wicked creatures acting in their own interests, using others to get what they wanted and not apologizing for it. I loved seeing the way the different courts dealt with each other and how their biases played into their interactions.
Black does an amazing job at creating characters that feel real. In this series I have found characters I love and characters I hate, though my favourite might just be the characters I love to hate. I can feel their motivations, their wants and desires. I…
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Please welcome back Savannah to Reads & Reels! She has another fantastic piece for us! The Essential Booksmart Reading List: 5 Razor-Sharp Books About Female Friendship