Book Review: Concrete Rose – Angie Thomas

Publisher: Walker BooksFormat: PaperbackRelease Date: January 12th, 2021 Rating: 5/5 Stars On the Come Up Review Is three books too early to call an author one of the greatest of their generation? Because after Concrete Rose, I really think Angie Thomas is. And she’s apparently working on a Fantasy novel, which has made me soContinue reading “Book Review: Concrete Rose – Angie Thomas”

Book Review: What Beauty There Is – Cory Anderson

Publisher: PenguinFormat: PaperbackRelease Date: April 6th, 2021 Rating: 3/5 Stars Blog Tour Review For those who caught my stop on the blog tour for this book, you’ll know that at the time of posting I hadn’t actually finished the whole book. Well, now I have, so I thought best to provide a sort of ‘secondContinue reading “Book Review: What Beauty There Is – Cory Anderson”

Graphic Novel Review: iZombie, Volume 3: Six Feet Under and Rising

Publisher: VertigoFormat: TPBRelease Date: February 1st, 2012 Rating: 5/5 Stars Volume 1 Review / Volume 2 Review Once again, as much as I love the iZombie TV show, I am slightly disappointed we don’t get to see this on the screen. This being Gwen’s ‘adventures’ as a zombie, helping the dead complete unfinished business, withContinue reading “Graphic Novel Review: iZombie, Volume 3: Six Feet Under and Rising”

Book Review: Malice – Heather Walter

Publisher: Del Ray UKFormat: MOBIRelease Date: April 13th, 2021 Rating: 5/5 Stars This book deserves every single star, plus more. Heather Walter takes fairy tales and tweaks them, not so much they’re unrecognisable, but enough to separate them from the Disney versions we know and love. Malice is beautiful and dark and powerful, much likeContinue reading “Book Review: Malice – Heather Walter”

Body of Stars – Laura Maylene Walter

Publisher: Hodder & StoughtonFormat: MOBIRelease Date: March 18th, 2021 Rating: 4/5 Stars [Please note, due to the topics in this book and recent events, this review contains discussions of rape culture, sexual assault, and the abduction of women] At times, Body of Stars isn’t an easy read, with many of the moments Celeste experiences feelingContinue reading “Body of Stars – Laura Maylene Walter”

The Lost Apothecary – Sarah Penner

Publisher: Legend PressFormat: MOBIRelease Date: March 2nd, 2021 Rating: 5/5 Stars Told in dual timelines, The Lost Apothecary explores the lives of three different women, their lives connected over the centuries by a single unlucky vial. In 1791, Nella serves the women in her community, issuing medicines where needed, but more often selling poisons, forContinue reading “The Lost Apothecary – Sarah Penner”

Deadpool: Dracula’s Gauntlet

by Brian Posehn, Gerry Duggan (Writers), Reilly Brown, Scott Koblish, Khary Randolph (Artists), Frank Cho (Cover)Publisher: MarvelFormat: PaperbackRelease Date: July 12th, 2016 Rating: 5/5 Stars Spider-Man/Deadpool Volume 1 Review / Spider-Man/Deadpool Volume 2 Review / Deadpool Kills Deadpool Review I have yet to come across a Deadpool story I didn’t really enjoy, yet Deadpool: Dracula’sContinue reading “Deadpool: Dracula’s Gauntlet”

All the Tides of Fate (All the Stars and Teeth #2) – Adalyn Grace

Publisher: Titan BooksFormat: MOBIRelease Date: February 2nd, 2021 Rating: 5/5 Stars All the Stars and Teeth Review Thank you to Titan for providing this ARC via NetGalley. All opinions remain my own. All the Stars and Teeth was one of my favourite reads last year, and I was really excited when I was approved forContinue reading “All the Tides of Fate (All the Stars and Teeth #2) – Adalyn Grace”

The Q. – Rick R. Reed

Publisher: NineStar PressFormat: MOBIRelease Date: February 1st, 2021 Rating: 3/5 Stars Firstly, thank you to NineStar Press for providing this eARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I really wanted to like this book just a little more than I did. The premise is intriguing – a single night at a small townContinue reading “The Q. – Rick R. Reed”

The Boys, Volume 2: Get Some

by Garth Ennis, Darrick RobertsonPublisher: Dynamite EntertainmentFormat: PaperbackRelease Date: March 4th, 2008 Volume 1: The Name of the Game Review First things first – The Boys is absolutely batshit, in the best possible way. For those who haven’t read it or seen the TV series, The Boys takes place in a universe where superheroes areContinue reading “The Boys, Volume 2: Get Some”