Publisher: Hot Key Books

The Wicked King Review: Treachery in Fae Land Continues

The Wicked King Review: Treachery in Fae Land Continues

This review contains minor spoilers for the first book, The Cruel Prince. Read the review for the first book here. It’s always hard to review such a hyped up series, especially one that you loved so much that you don’t have the appropriate vocabulary to describe your thoughts and emotions. But I’m definitely going to try and […]

February 2, 2019 | 10 Comments
Fantasy Reviews #4: The Girl From Everywhere & A Thousand Nights

Fantasy Reviews #4: The Girl From Everywhere & A Thousand Nights

With time travelling pirate ships, a lush tropical Hawaiian setting and multi-cultural characters, The Girl From Everywhere had many interesting elements, but unfortunately the sheer volume of these things made it messy, unfocused and hard to follow at certain points. The journey featured the search for a map to guide the time travelling locations of the pirate ship, but […]

Paperweight by Meg Haston Review: All the Sad Things

Paperweight by Meg Haston Review: All the Sad Things

Deep, heavy and depressing, Paperweight certainly packed a punch when it came to the feels. I picked this up, knowing it was about a girl suffering from an eating disorder, but little did I know, the multiple triggers the book would cover. Grief, physical and emotional abuse, suicide, depression, toxic friendships, negative body image, drinking and family […]

August 3, 2015 | 50 Comments
Giveaway (AUS) & Review: The Rig by Joe Ducie – An Impossible Prison Break

Giveaway (AUS) & Review: The Rig by Joe Ducie – An Impossible Prison Break

My review: Making the impossible seem possible  Reading The Rig is like putting together a puzzle – you know how it’s going to end, but you don’t know how it’s going to get there. From a seemingly impossible situation, to one that slowly and surely unravels as opportunities arise, The Rig presented a perfectly paced story […]