That Dreaded TBR #13

Yep! I am back again with another of these installments. I’m trying to do a load of these at the moment to provide some sort of regular content between my reviews. I promise I will try to come up with some else in the future, but honestly I really do enjoy doing these, and IContinue reading “That Dreaded TBR #13”

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”

Twisted Tales: Unbirthday – Liz Braswell

Publisher: Autumn PublishingFormat: PaperbackRelease Date: September 1st, 2020 Rating: 4/5 Stars If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you’ll know I absolutely adore the Twisted Tales series from Disney. This series takes a key moment in a Disney film and twists it just slightly, sometimes changing the ending of the story, altering itContinue reading “Twisted Tales: Unbirthday – Liz Braswell”

Fables, Volume 1: Legends in Exile [Graphic Novel Review]

Genre: Fantasy – Urban Fantasy – Graphic NovelPublisher: Vertigo After the Adversary attacks various realms, those living there flee, and find themselves in a world without magic. They keep themselves hidden, living alongside the ‘mundanes’, and working together to keep some sort of unity among each other. Snow White acts as the mayor’s assistant, essentially runningContinue reading “Fables, Volume 1: Legends in Exile [Graphic Novel Review]”

Cinderella is Dead – Kalynn Bayron [Books}

Genre: YA Fantasy – Fairy Tales – LGBTQIA+ (F/F)Publisher: Bloomsbury YA  That cover is absolutely, wonderfully stunning. Striking and powerful and one of those images that sticks with you throughout the book. And makes you so damn happy when the moment portrayed happens. Cinderella married her prince and lived happily ever after, and now her storyContinue reading “Cinderella is Dead – Kalynn Bayron [Books}”

Twisted Tales: So This Is Love – Elizabeth Lim [Books]

Yep, it’s another Twisted Tales book, so far one of my favourite ever series. I really hope these books keep coming, because I will definitely keep reading. And the next cover has just been revealed – Unbirthday, an Alice in Wonderland tale. So far my favourite is Reflection, but I think this takes the second top spot.Continue reading “Twisted Tales: So This Is Love – Elizabeth Lim [Books]”

April 2020 Reading Wrap Up – Part One [Books]

January / February / March Part 1 / March Part 2 I am not doing great at getting these up in a timely way. Ah well. April was another month in which I finished a lot of books, which means this is going to be another two parter. April also saw me complete my 2020 Reading Goal, whichContinue reading “April 2020 Reading Wrap Up – Part One [Books]”

Beauty – Sarah Pinborough [Books]

Tales From The Kingdoms Reviews: Poison / Charm If you previously read my reviews for Poison and Charm, you might notice I actually read the three books in this series quite close together. Almost as soon as I finished Poison, I ordered the next two, mainly because I was instantly gripped with the urge to read more. Beauty is the final installment inContinue reading “Beauty – Sarah Pinborough [Books]”

The Tales of Beedle the Bard – J.K Rowling [Books]

I originally read this book many years ago, shortly after its release, when a friend leant it to me in university. I remember finishing it in one sitting, and sort of enjoying it, but not enough that I ever really sought it out to read again. When this popped up as a free read onContinue reading “The Tales of Beedle the Bard – J.K Rowling [Books]”

March 2020 Reading Wrap Up – Part One [Books]

January Wrap Up / February Wrap Up I read 16 books in March. It was a very strange month – GP advised me to remain isolated for 2 weeks, which meant I missed the last two weeks of my workplace being open. There was then a gap where they didn’t know if we’d be able toContinue reading “March 2020 Reading Wrap Up – Part One [Books]”