Blood Heir: ARC Review

In Amélie Wen Zhao’s debut novel, Blood Heir, we are introduced to a cold world filled with magic, oppression, revenge, and betrayal. Though not without its faults, Blood Heir is a solid debut and a strong start to a thought-provoking series.
Rating: 3.5 stars

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The Never Tilting World: ARC Review

Stellar rep and an amazing base concept, yet this one fell painfully flat for me due to cliched characters that I never grew to care about and an overabundance of ideas that made the story feel bloated.

Rating: 2 Stars

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Winterwood: ARC Review

No one creates atmosphere quite like Shea Ernshaw and her newest offering, Winterwood, is more proof of that. Winterwood is a dark, wintry mystery that will keep you reading long into the night.
Rating: 4 Stars

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The Monster of Elendhaven: ARC Review

Dark, twisted, and certainly not for the faint of heart, The Monster of Elendhaven takes the reader through the murky depths of revenge and leaves them questioning their morals.
Rating: 4.5 Stars

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The Tenth Girl: ARC Review

The Tenth Girl is a taut, atmospheric horror that draws you into its cold, decaying embrace, only to drop you off a cliff you never saw coming.
Rating: 3.75 Stars

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Serpent & Dove: ARC Review

Perfect for fans of the enemies-to-lovers trope, Serpent & Dove is powerful and full of swoon worthy moments, but an over abundance of snark and a shaky magic system keep this from being the perfect book.
Rating: 4.5 Stars

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The Bone Houses: ARC Review

Deeply haunting and atmospheric, The Bone Houses is the perfect autumn book and will certainly be in my top ten reads of the year.
Rating: 5 Stars

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Mind Games: ARC Review

Mind Games is a fast paced, mind bending debut set in a future where all our memories are stored via programs in our brains. Think a YA mashup of Inception and Memento.
Rating: 2.5 Stars

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