• A World on the Island's Edge

    A World on the Island’s Edge

    Hi everyone, I hope you’re all doing well. Today, I’m reviewing A World on the Island’s Edge, by Matthew Rudd Reynolds. About Andi and Artie are twins. Sadly, their grandmother is developing dementia and the threat of the two siblings being separated seems right around the corner. Set in Grey Cove, Andi is desperate to find a solution to her family’s problems when she has an unusual vision to save a golden dolphin calf. With the dolphin’s mother dead, Andi must protect him at all…

  • Kludged: singularity, Tony. L. Joy

    Kludged: Singularity

    Hi guys, how have you all been keeping lately? Today, I’d like to share with you my review for Kludged: Singularity, by Tony. L. Joy, a technology novel following the accidental creation of a sentient AI system.   About Alan Cormac cannot stand his job any longer. When he receives an unexpected promotion, he has mixed feelings. Who are the Transient Intellect Company and what can he get out of this new position? Maybe some new data for his pet AI project to feed on?…

  • Sinner, Blakely Chorpenning

    Sinner, by Blakely Chorpenning

    Hi guys, I hope you’re all keeping safe and well. Today, I’m reviewing Sinner, by Blakely Chorpenning, a dark fantasy set in Brownsville, Texas, USA.     About: Alice suffers from nightmares while waking. After a mysterious accident, she begins to need no air and no food. She is changing, but that’s not all: a battle is on. Will Alice be pulled toward evil intent by outside forces, or not? She must decide what she wants her life to be. Which path will she take,…

  • Mission from Venus

    Mission from Venus

    Hi guys, I hope you’re all doing well and that you’re able to keep safe during these difficult times. Today, I’d like to share my review for an uplifting and fascinating book, Mission from Venus, by Susan Plunket. About As the Earth prepares to enter the fourth dimension, other celestial beings prepare their own way, to help Earth in the transition process. Extra-terrestrial volunteers must train to understand the third dimensional realm of humanity, where they will eventually incarnate, to raise the vibration of the…

  • After the Sky, Milo Fowler

    After the Sky

    Hi guys, I hope you’re all well and that you’re keeping safe during this difficult time. Today, I’d like to share my review of After the Sky, a post-apocalyptic novel by Milo Fowler.   About Earth has been reduced to a desolate wasteland following a nuclear war. The only survivors are those chosen to be sealed in bunkers below ground for the past twenty years. Now, as these survivors brave the outside world once again, they will encounter many challenging obstacles. They must work together…

  • Veneration of the Hunter, Ren Behan, book review

    Veneration of the Hunter

    Hi everyone, I hope you’re all well and that you’re finding ways to cope during this crisis. My family have been posting rainbows to their windows, while others have been getting even more creative. However, I’m not here today to focus on the pandemic, but on a new book that really touched my heart: Veneration of the Hunter, by Ren Behan. About A seventeen year old hunter has gone into the woods to make his first kill. It is tradition among his people, serving to…

  • Special, chino chakanga, book review

    Special by Chino Chakanga

    Hi guys, it’s lovely to speak to you again. The sun is shining here in England and it feels like a wonderful day for a new review. Today, I’m reviewing a book very close to my heart: Special, by Chino Chakanga.   About Special, by Chino Chakanga is an inspiring tale following teenager Hope, the girl who never developed any special abilities, unlike her peers. Diagnosed with ADSD (Ability Dysfunction Spectrum Disorder), Hope spends most of her time seeing doctors who hope to ‘fix’ her.…

  • Tomorrows End, science fiction

    Tomorrow’s End

    Hi guys, how are you? It’s been a drizzly week here so far, so fingers crossed the little bit of sun here today stays. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Tomorrow’s End, by G. R. Morris, a gripping science fiction novel. With plenty of action, the book delves deep into the idea of an alien-controlled Earth. The front cover caught my eye first, with its gorgeous artwork. Looking at it, so many ideas flit through my mind. What do you think of the artwork? About…

  • the hazel wood, melissa albert

    The Hazel Wood

    Hi guys, I hope you’re all having a lovely week so far. Today, I’m super excited to be reviewing The Hazel Wood, by Melissa Albert.   About The Hazel Wood follows Alice, a teenage obsessed with learning about her mysterious grandmother, the author Althea Proserpine. All her life, Alice and her mother Ella have run from ‘back luck’, moving constantly to new places until at seventeen years old, that same ‘bad luck’ finally starts to make sense to Alice. When Alice’s mother disappears, Alice sets…

  • The Midnight Before Me, Elizabeth Lo

    The Midnight Before Me (Fantasy)

    Hi guys, I hope you’re well. Today, I’m reviewing The Midnight Before Me, by Elizabeth Lo.   About The Midnight Before Me, by Elizabeth Lo is a fantasy novel filled with magical tragedy. Set in the country of Galviton, Midnight Thunder wants only to die, to be free from her power of regeneration that keeps her coming back, when she is called upon to save her country from a terrible curse. The story follows several points of view, the most significant being of: -Midnight Thunder…