Can I give Nikolai and only Nikolai 5 stars? He deserves 5 stars for carrying this entire book.
Calling all fantasy fans! THE IRON CROWN - the first instalment in L.L. MacRae's newest fantasy trilogy is nearly upon us!
Today marks the sixth anniversary of A Darker Shades of Magic by V.E. Schwab!
I'm probably one of the last people to read Shadow and Bone and the wider Grishaverse. I read the Six of Crows duology a couple years ago and really enjoyed them. With the Netflix adaption due to be released in April I figured it was time to finally give the original Grisha trilogy a read!
A thief, an ice dragon and an ancient artefact? Yes, please! This was a wonderful novella, jampacked with action and adventure. Definitely worth a read if you're thinking of picking up the first book in the Dragon Spirits series next year. I'm super excited and looking forward to it! The Citrine Key is available for … Continue reading [Review] The Citrine Key (Dragon Spirits #0.5) – L.L. MacRae
Ready Player Two is easily the most underwhelming book I've read this year. Release Date: 24 November 2020Genre: Science FictionPages: 384Available formats: Hardback, eBook and Audiobook. ★ An unexpected quest. Two worlds at stake. Are you ready? Days after Oasis founder James Halliday's contest, Wade Watts makes a discovery that changes everything. Hidden within Halliday's … Continue reading [Review] Ready Player Two – Ernest Cline: Bland and Disappointing 🎮
From Count Dracula crawling down castle walls to climbing the 199 steps up to Whitby Abbey, Dracula is a dark and terrifying story from start to finish. Despite being over 200 years old, it definitely holds up as a must read for lovers of horror and the macabre. “Never did tombs look so ghastly white. … Continue reading [Review] Dracula – Bram Stoker
A landscape scarred by hate. Shadows rising from the ashes.One man desperate to change his fate. Linaria's devastation worsens as dragons turn against survivors in retribution for Aciel slaying their kin and stealing their power. Palom - hero and creator of the dragon-forged weapons that thwarted Aciel - is overwhelmed by guilt for failing to … Continue reading [Review] Palom by L.L. McNeil
Genre: DystopiaPages: 528Available formats: Hardback, Audiobook, eBook ★★★ It is the morning of the reaping that will kick off the tenth annual Hunger Games. In the Capital, eighteen-year-old Coriolanus Snow is preparing for his one shot at glory as a mentor in the Games. The once-mighty house of Snow has fallen on hard times, its … Continue reading [Review] The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins
The World of Linaria is a 6 book high-fantasy series by indie author L.L. McNeil. The first 3 installments are Moroda (2017), Palom (2018) and Amarah (2019), with Isa due to be released in 2020. "Linaria is a world where dragons are revered as gods, where airships rule the skies, and where war is stirring. … Continue reading [Review] Moroda (World of Linaria Book 1)
I haven't reread The Hunger Games since I first read it in March 2012, finishing it just a few days before the release of the first film. I absolutely adored this series when I first read it at age 14 and was completely obsessed with it pretty much until the release of the final film … Continue reading [Review] The Hunger Games
Last night I stayed up until 2:30am so I could finish reading Moroda by L.L. McNeil and I've been exhausted all day because of it! No regrets though as it was fantastic! I'll be posting a full review sometime this week but I wanted to give some love to the amazing World of Linaria series … Continue reading [Review] Expanded Companion Guide: World of Linaria Part 1 by L.L. McNeil