Category: 4 stars

Eliza and Her Monsters Review: A Fandom Queen with Anxiety

Eliza and Her Monsters Review: A Fandom Queen with Anxiety

Ever since I discovered the internet when I was young, there’s always been a certain solace that I’ve found in online communities. Especially those that share my passion, whether it’s gaming, blogging or books. I’ve seldom found this reflected in books that I’ve read, except for Fangirl, Queens of Geek and now, Eliza and Her Monsters. This book is […]

September 21, 2018 | 6 Comments
After the Lights Go Out Review: When You’re the Only One Prepared for the Impending Apocalypse….

After the Lights Go Out Review: When You’re the Only One Prepared for the Impending Apocalypse….

After the Lights Go Out is a gripping survivalist story with an Australian setting, reminiscent of Tomorrow When the War Began or The Sky So Heavy. This one has an added twist of the father being a survivalist who has taken extreme measures into protecting his family and training them in the art of surviving in the wilderness on their […]

Ignite the Stars Review: Ia is a Heroine You Will Fall in Love with!

Ignite the Stars Review: Ia is a Heroine You Will Fall in Love with!

How do I even begin describing this book? Ignite the Stars was grandiose, adventurous, and triumphant. It’s a science fiction that follows the journey of Ia Cocha, a daredevil rebel who’s escaped the clutches of the Olympus Commonwealth more than once. But when she’s finally captured, at the beginning of the book, everyone is surprised […]

August 31, 2018 | 2 Comments
Mirage Review: Readers Will Love This Moroccan-Inspired Fantasy Set in Space!

Mirage Review: Readers Will Love This Moroccan-Inspired Fantasy Set in Space!

Mirage: something that appears real or possible but is not in fact so. The title of MIRAGE may suggest an optical illusion of sorts, but the story in this book felt so real and touching when I read it. This Moroccan-inspired fantasy brings readers across planets and kingdoms. It touches upon colonization, oppression, and the […]

August 21, 2018 | 4 Comments