4 stars The people of Uztar rever the birds of prey in the sky, and no one is more honored than the falconers who call them to their fists. Brysen strives to be a great falconer--while his twin sister, Kylee, rejects her ancient gifts and wishes to be free of falconry. She's nearly made it … Continue reading Black Wings Beating by Alex London (DRC): Falconry, Fantasy, and #OwnVoices LGBTQ+ Rep!
4.5 stars When she turns eighteen, Hayden inherits her childhood home—on the condition that she uncovers its dark secrets. Hayden tried to put the past behind her, but now it's all catching up with her: her mother's mysterious disappearance a decade ago, her father's outlandish theories about a lost supernatural race called the Nibelungs, and … Continue reading What the Woods Keep by Katya de Becerra (ARC): A Dark, Genre-Bending Fantasy You Won’t Want to Miss!
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Alessandro D'Avenia's White as Silence, Red as Song! This is such a cool read--rarely do books get translated from another language to English, so seeing this book go from Italian to English signals that this is definitely a book to pick up, especially after all the comparisons … Continue reading White as Silence, Red as Song: 5 Reasons Why You Should Read this Italian The Fault in Our Stars (+Giveaway!)
3 stars Just when Grace is beginning to get used to being an orphan, her estranged uncle suddenly comes forward to claim her. That might have been okay if he'd actually spoken to her since her father died. Or if moving in with Uncle Rusty didn't mean returning to New Harbor. New Harbor just reminds … Continue reading The Leading Edge of Now by Marci Lynn Curtis (DRC): A Novel on Uncovering the Past
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Somaiya Daud's (inter)stellar debut novel, Mirage, hosted by Aimee, Always! This is such an awesome and unique science fiction novel that is so rich in Moroccan culture. Amani lives in a star system dominated by the brutal Vathek empire, and she dreams of a life before the … Continue reading Mirage by Somaiya Daud: A Lush Moroccan Debut (+Giveaway!)
Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Darius the Great Is Not Okay! If you haven't heard me screaming about this book already, well, here's another chance to be exposed to the sheer wonderfulness that is this book. Seriously. I'm in love. Darius the Great Is Not Okay is both heartbreaking and heartwarming in its … Continue reading Darius the Great Is Not Okay by Adib Khorram: Random Things Darius Would Approve Of
4.5 stars Nita isn't a murderer. She just dissects the bodies of supernatural beings after they've been "acquired" by her mother. But when her mom brings home a live specimen of a scared teenage boy, Nita decides she wants out. Yet saving her mother's victim leads Nita to being sold in his place—because Nita herself … Continue reading Not Even Bones by Rebecca Schaeffer (DRC): Monsters, Murder, and Mayhem
Do you love Stalking Jack the Ripper, Gothic or Victorian settings, murder mysteries, and/or giveaways? Then you're totally in the right place! Welcome to the Girl at the Grave blog tour! Today I have a post straight from the awesome author about ten mystery novels or TV shows you'll love if you loved Girl at the Grave (but this … Continue reading Love These Books & TV Series? Then Check Out Girl at the Grave by Teri Bailey Black! (+Giveaway & Review!)
2 stars Ellory used to be close friends with Bex, Jenni, and Ret--three headstrong young women who were her whole solar system. But now Ellory is alone, their group torn apart by secrets, deception, and a life-changing incident. Senior year after a two-month suspension and a summer away is something Ellory dreads, and she just … Continue reading See All the Stars by Kit Frick (DRC): Separating Fact from Fiction from Fantasy
4 stars Michael is an atheist. And attending a Catholic school is basically his worst nightmare, and one that's coming true after his dad made the family move again. Michael needs to find friends all over again, and when a girl challenges their teacher in class, Michael thinks he might have found one, and a … Continue reading Heretics Anonymous by Katie Henry (DRC): A Divine Comedy–What More Needs To Be Said?