Book review, Magical realism

Folklorn by Angela Mi Young Hur

Review in 10ish words: Haunting, raw and chaotic- That is how I would describe this metaphysical fairy tale Synopsis Elsa Park is an experimental Physicist- spending her days between Antarctica and Sweden, and avoiding the family and life she has in America. Her father is scary and violent, her brother resentful and lovable and her… Continue reading Folklorn by Angela Mi Young Hur

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Book review: Siren’s Song by Michelle Manus

Review in roughly 10 words: Creative and unique urban fantasy that explores love, belonging and having your own back. Finished in a day and a half. Synopsis:Siren’s Song follows Siren, a woman who is haunted by her past and has been on the run since she was sixteen. She is stalked by nightmarish creatures. Leaping… Continue reading Book review: Siren’s Song by Michelle Manus

Book review, fantasy

Book review: Blood & Honey by Shelby Mahurin

Review in 10 words: I missed the point of this. Will not read third book. 2/5How to consume: It's Winter and I feel like this story warrants a hot toddy. Go heavy on the honey. It's in the dang title after all. Synopsis: Following on from the story of Serpent & Dove, Honey & Blood… Continue reading Book review: Blood & Honey by Shelby Mahurin

Essentials

My one resolution for 2021, of course it’s related to reading

I came to a realisation yesterday. I was been asked what my most diverse read of 2020 was and I really didn't have a lot of titles to pick from- which isn't good enough. The truth is I had gotten comfortable. I have been reading books I have loved but they have been pulled from… Continue reading My one resolution for 2021, of course it’s related to reading

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What I will be reading for December

OH HEY DECEMBER! I don't usually but I have some challenges and joint reads coming up in December so I am making a list. I am also taking advantage of uni holidays and plan to spend the better part of the month reading and maybe drinking a few ales. Do you plan your reading in… Continue reading What I will be reading for December