Catwoman: Soulstealer Review: Badass Villain #GirlSquad

Catwoman: Soulstealer Review: Badass Villain #GirlSquad

Being a massive superhero fan, especially one of the Batman universe, I had to pick up Catwoman: Soulstealer. As with the other DC Icons books, it follows our beloved superheroes during their teenage years, featuring unique stories that we haven’t read before. Catwoman: Soulstealer brought out so much of what we love about the snarky, super villain that […]

October 9, 2018 | 0 Comments
Muse of Nightmares Review: Godspawn, vengeance and wrath

Muse of Nightmares Review: Godspawn, vengeance and wrath

This review may contain minor spoilers for Strange the Dreamer. Check out my review for the first book here!  How do you follow up with such a phenomenal book such as Strange the Dreamer? Creating an equally phenomenal sequel, that’s how. Thankfully, Muse of Nightmares was as epic and awesome as the first book, and reading it definitely gave me […]

October 2, 2018 | 10 Comments
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
Unbroken: 13 Stories Starring Disabled Teens Edited by Marieke Nijkamp Review: Resilient and Resounding

Unbroken: 13 Stories Starring Disabled Teens Edited by Marieke Nijkamp Review: Resilient and Resounding

Beautiful cover, and beautiful stories to match the outside! I really enjoyed Unbroken: 13 Stories Starring Disabled Teens. While all the authors are disabled, I’m not 100% sure their characters follow the exact disability. Either way, I love the intersections of the characters and the vast range of writing styles. They’re all written with care […]

September 18, 2018 | 3 Comments
By Aila J.
Posted in ARC Reviews, Books
The Astonishing Colour of After Review: Beautiful Exploration of Grief in Taiwan

The Astonishing Colour of After Review: Beautiful Exploration of Grief in Taiwan

Every once in a while, a book comes along and sweeps you off your feet, with its gentle exploration of grief and the beautiful story told within its pages. Exploring the life of Leigh as she bonds with her mother after she passes away from suicide, it didn’t take long for The Astonishing Colour of After to […]

September 11, 2018 | 6 Comments