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Godsgrave Review & Discussion Video: Brutal and Bloody Gladiator Assassins

Godsgrave Review & Discussion Video: Brutal and Bloody Gladiator Assassins

Godsgrave is the sequel to Nevernight, the first book in The Nevernight Chronicle. This is a spoiler free review.  What could be even more brutal than assassin school? Well my friends, I’ve learnt that there’s something even worse than killing people for coin. And that’s killing people, for entertainment. In Godsgrave, Mia has moved on from the […]

November 16, 2017 | 6 Comments
The Language of Thorns Review: Dark Twists on Classic Fairytales

The Language of Thorns Review: Dark Twists on Classic Fairytales

Ever read a fairy tale and thought…that’s not really a lesson I want to teach my kids? Well here you have The Language of Thorns, one that modernises classic fairytales and adds in unexpected, darker twists that are real dangers today. From unexpected predators, to questionable morals, oppressive males and enemies hiding from within, all of these dangers […]

November 7, 2017 | 16 Comments
Rebel Seoul Review: A Sci-Fi Set In Korea That Captured My Soul

Rebel Seoul Review: A Sci-Fi Set In Korea That Captured My Soul

Only countries destroy other countries. Only selfishness breeds selfish actions. Without nationhood, there is no war. Without nationhood, there is only peace. Unity in all things; humanity above monstrous division. Step into a dazzling, yet conflicting world where war propaganda runs rampant, and the Eastern Asian countries have come together to form a Neo Alliance […]

August 29, 2017 | 2 Comments
Always and Forever, Lara Jean Review: Nostalgia of Finishing High School

Always and Forever, Lara Jean Review: Nostalgia of Finishing High School

Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky, why are you so adorable? I loved this conclusion to their story, as they farewell high school and start a new chapter of their lives. This book just felt so nostalgic, perfectly capturing the excitement and nervousness that comes with finishing high school and the future possibilities of college and […]

June 13, 2017 | 17 Comments