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The Speaker Review: Incredible Sequel For An Underrated YA Fantasy Series

The Speaker Review: Incredible Sequel For An Underrated YA Fantasy Series

Note: This is the sequel to The Reader, which you can find my review here. It will contain minor spoilers! WHAT. A. STORY. Traci Chee does it again with her clever writing, multifaceted characters, and heart-aching storyline(s). The Speaker starts from where The Reader leaves off, but everything is much more intense: Sefia’s feelings towards […]

December 12, 2017 | 8 Comments
Illuminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff Review: DOES NOT COMPUTE

Illuminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff Review: DOES NOT COMPUTE

I am just a ball of emotion right now. A rollercoaster of feels. A basket of incomprehensible emotions. What a stunning way to tell a story! The most attractive thing about Illuminae is the way it tells a story through a range of data files – interviews, chat logs, surveillance footage wrapups and the thoughts of AIDAN, an […]

November 6, 2015 | 57 Comments
The Diviners by Libba Bray Review: 1920’s New York with the Occult

The Diviners by Libba Bray Review: 1920’s New York with the Occult

Libba Bray’s Gemma Doyle series is one of my favourites, for its vivid blend of Victorian noir, historical fiction, and fantasy. The Diviners swept me away in a world of modern beauty, set in 1920’s New York full of speakeasies, flapper girls, and the occult. From the buildings, places, fashion and pastime activities, to the speech […]

April 16, 2014 | 52 Comments
The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon ARC Review: Richly intricate world of clairvoyants

The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon ARC Review: Richly intricate world of clairvoyants

In her debut, Samantha Shannon blew me away with the highly imaginative setting of The Bone Season, where clairvoyants are hidden away within the city of Scion London and the alien race of the Rephaim holds the government in its evil clutches. In the riveting world of The Bone Season, there are seven classes of clairvoyants, […]

August 18, 2013 | 16 Comments