Publisher: Hachette Australia

Blog Tour: 5 Things I Loved about Vigil & Corpselight

Blog Tour: 5 Things I Loved about Vigil & Corpselight

To celebrate the Australian release of Corpselight last week, I’m taking part in the Corpselight blog tour! Vigil is a dark urban fantasy set in the city of Brisbane, Australia. What could be better than seeing my home converted into this paranormal fare filled with creatures and crimes alike? 5 Things I Loved about Vigil & Corpselight 1. Dry, […]

Glass Sword Review: I’m Kind of a Big Deal

Glass Sword Review: I’m Kind of a Big Deal

I’m not entirely sure what happened here, but Glass Sword felt very different to Red Queen. Don’t get me wrong, there’s still a lot of angst in the romance and it still feels like it’s based off Xmen, Hunger Games and Red Rising. While Red Queen built up to it’s peak and had some great twists in the end, Glass Sword was just long-winded and […]

June 18, 2016 | 35 Comments
Morning Star by Pierce Brown Review: The Grand Finale Delivered with Justice

Morning Star by Pierce Brown Review: The Grand Finale Delivered with Justice

Two years ago, we learnt of Eo’s dream. A dream that would spark an impossible revolution. The burden of hope would be placed upon a lowly Red miner. This Red, would be elevated into the heights of Gold society. He would lead, infiltrate and manipulate from behind the scenes, to bring forth war and revolution for […]

April 13, 2016 | 29 Comments
Chimera by Mira Grant Review: Survival of the Fittest

Chimera by Mira Grant Review: Survival of the Fittest

This review does not contain any series spoilers.  Reading this series is always a delightfully horrific and philosophical experience. Being centered around a scientific experiment gone wrong, causing tapeworms that were meant to be the end of human disease and suffering to overtake their hosts, it gets pretty squeamish during some parts. That’s part of […]

January 29, 2016 | 22 Comments