Category: 5 stars

Queens of Geek Review: Relatable, Realistic, and Inspiring Adventure Between Friends

Queens of Geek Review: Relatable, Realistic, and Inspiring Adventure Between Friends

I absolutely adored this book and all the characters that came with it. Queens of Geek follows three Australian friends as they travel together to a geeky convention over the weekend, creating a story of self-discovery while dealing with societal issues relevant to the current time. Readers get to read through the first person POV’s of […]

April 7, 2017 | 16 Comments
The Hate U Give Review: Fighting Against Black Oppression

The Hate U Give Review: Fighting Against Black Oppression

Black kids getting shot. Murdered by police when unarmed without a reason. Working against a system that will never give them justice. Although Starr and Garden Heights is fictional, this is a story that is very real for many black families out there. When they’ve done absolutely nothing wrong, when they get themselves an education, work […]

March 24, 2017 | 35 Comments
Shadow Run Review: Fast-Paced, Kickass Action, Diverse, Underdog Scifi Story

Shadow Run Review: Fast-Paced, Kickass Action, Diverse, Underdog Scifi Story

This book was seriously out of this world – I pretty much read it in one sitting! With a diverse cast of characters, phenomenal world-building, and full of heart-stopping action that keeps readers on their toes, Shadow Run introduces us to space like we’ve never seen before. I absolutely adored the crew of the Kaitan Heritage, […]

March 6, 2017 | 16 Comments
Vengeance Road Review: Revenge in the Wild West

Vengeance Road Review: Revenge in the Wild West

What a cracking Western! I’m not usually a fan of the Western setting, but Vengeance Road captured it perfectly – the quickfire gun draws, the sprawling Western setting, and a cracker of a heroine. It is written in such an authentic voice, with a strong heroine and an exciting adventure, that I ended up absolutely loving it. Written in […]

March 5, 2017 | 34 Comments