Genre: Action & Adventure

Stitching Snow by RC Lewis Review: Where Snow White’s Hair Is Literally the Colour of Snow

Stitching Snow by RC Lewis Review: Where Snow White’s Hair Is Literally the Colour of Snow

Anddd we have another Snow White retelling to add to our shelves! I’d recommend to read this with a fresh, open mind, considering the multiplicity of fairy tale retellings set in science fiction settings. This one still remains highly original and has characters and plots that are unique to itself, despite the seemingly similar backgrounds […]

April 4, 2016 | 37 Comments
By Aila J.
Posted in 4 stars, Reviews
The Book of Days by K.A. Barker Review: Quirky & Charming Adventure

The Book of Days by K.A. Barker Review: Quirky & Charming Adventure

The Book of Days was a fun, charming and quirky adventure set in a wonderfully imaginative setting. From Madame Marisol’s Unreality House which is a place where people go to be forgotten, to the floating Fortune City which was very steampunk in nature, to the corrupt Beggars End, I really enjoyed these creative settings. It was a true adventure story reminiscent of classic […]

October 22, 2014 | 31 Comments
The Maze Runner by James Dashner Review: Mystery of the Maze

The Maze Runner by James Dashner Review: Mystery of the Maze

Jeann’s Thoughts Being trapped in a maze with no escape and no memories of who you are is really terrifying, and The Maze Runner captured this sense of constant danger and foreboding. The start of The Maze Runner presented a steep learning curve, with new slang to get used to. Thomas wakes up in a strange new place where people […]

September 19, 2014 | 35 Comments
Double Review: Something Strange and Deadly & A Darkness Strange and Lovely by Susan Dennard

Double Review: Something Strange and Deadly & A Darkness Strange and Lovely by Susan Dennard

“I-I saw them.” I shuffled closer and pointed to the iron bars. “Through the fence.” He sighed. “Can’t say I’m surprised you were here. You have the curiosity of a cat and the common sense of a goldfish.” I’m a sucker for zombie reads. I love them, oh-so-dearly, but then again, I always have bad […]

September 1, 2014 | 44 Comments
Take Back the Skies by Lucy Saxon Review: Blame the government for everything

Take Back the Skies by Lucy Saxon Review: Blame the government for everything

If you enjoy being told one very repetitive message throughout a book, only to have the heroine backflip and go against everything she believes in the last few pages, then go ahead and pick up this book. For everyone else however, you have been warned. Take Back the Skies has a very feminist message throughout, with […]

June 20, 2014 | 54 Comments