After letting the books grow dusty on my shelves for a year, I finally took the plunge and read Neal Shusterman’s Scythe Trilogy
I’m the first to admit I’m not a big fantasy reader–but I know it comes from commitment issues, so finding a standalone fantasy was intriguing!
When I saw a tweet about a book about race in fantasy, I was intrigued
Murder and mayhem and queens oh my.
People who know me know I don’t LOVE fantasy, but since this was a class assignment, I decided to shoot for a fantasy/sci-fi novel that would fit my other interests.
The huge, thousand-plus page ARC of The Priory of the Orange Tree has been one of the most requested ARCs this past year, and now, it’s finally out in the real world for everyone to read. To celebrate, let’s look back on Samantha Shannon’s other work. The Priory of the Orange Tree The House of…
My YA literature class this spring asks us to read a “banned or challenged book” that we haven’t read, and coincidentally, right around that time I won a Twitter book giveaway and a signed, original ARC of the Continent, before the rewrite, landed on my doorstep. I couldn’t help myself.
My new favorite series is back with the second book, Wundersmith: The Calling of Morrigan Crow.
Katharine, Arsinoe, and Mirabella return in the third installment of the Queens of Fennbirn series that began with Three Dark Crowns.
The thought-provoking author behind the YA series we all binged, the Uglies, is back with a new novel called Imposters,
Space books seem to be back in the cool kids crowd. I’ve never been a huge sci-fi fan, but I do love speculative fiction and enjoy when space fiction becomes more speculative fiction than sci-fi.
The bestselling author of the Black Key Series is back with a sapphic utopian book that dives into dystopia, identity, magic, and mor