YOUNG ADULT REVIEW: KORRIGAN BY REBECCA F. KENNEY #SUPERNATURAL #FANTASY #MYTHOLOGY

YOUNG ADULT REVIEW: KORRIGAN BY REBECCA F. KENNEY #SUPERNATURAL #FANTASY #MYTHOLOGY

A girl at night, a caged monster during the day.  ... I began reading Korrigan by Rebecca F. Kenney in the midst of reading A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness. Why is this important? Just wait, I'll explain in a moment. If you're familiar with Discovery of Witches, you know that it centres around the story of 'no-I-don't-want-to-be-a-witch' [...]

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NEW GOTHIC YA REVIEW: SCREAM ALL NIGHT BY DEREK MILMAN

NEW GOTHIC YA REVIEW: SCREAM ALL NIGHT BY DEREK MILMAN

... The only way I can properly describe Scream All Night by Derek Milman, his debut novel, is this: whatever you think should never happen in reality, actually, somehow, happens. It is fantastically chaotic, confusing and hilarious. Scream All Night narrates the story of Dario Heyward, who had made the promise to himself at age [...]

SAVE THE DATE BY MORGAN MATSON REVIEW: Reading Tour AU

SAVE THE DATE BY MORGAN MATSON REVIEW: Reading Tour AU

... Think of chaos and then multiply that by thirteen and you have the setting of Morgan Matson’s new YA novel, Save the Date. Charlie Grant is in a state of longing - that is, she can’t wait to spend the entire weekend with all of her siblings at the family home. Yes, it’s for [...]

YA REVIEW: PRODIGY PRINCE BY NATASHA SAPIENZA

 if the Bible met Harry Potter - this novel would be the result. Prodigy Prince by Natasha Sapienza is a young adult novel which tells the story of Prince Nuelle, the youngest prince of the Supreme King Nifal of Zephoris. Prodigy Prince is the first novel in Sapienza's The Seven Covenant series, and is fundamentally a creative and imaginative [...]

YA ANTHOLOGY REVIEW: LOVE AT THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN

I was lucky enough to be given a free ARC of this novel, thanks to NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review. overall rating: 4/5 Hey dudes, This review has only taken me the better part of the month to write because every single time I sat down to write book reviews…well, I had assessments [...]