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Transcend by Natalia Jaster

Posted March 23, 2020 by Brin in Reviews / 0 Comments
Transcend by Natalia Jaster

This book took me longer to read than the other books in the Selfish Myth series (just a little under a week). However, this was not because I wasn’t enjoying it – quite the opposite – I really didn’t want it to end ever! I have made no secret of my love for this series – it has become one of my all-time favourites. So reading Transcend, the final book, […]

Tempt by Natalia Jaster

Posted October 17, 2019 by Brin in Reviews / 2 Comments
Tempt by Natalia Jaster

Holy smokes Batman – this was a scorching read! *fans self* It’s no secret that I am a huge fan of Natalia Jaster’s books but this one might just be my favourite yet (and that’s a massive compliment because I totally adore all of her other works!) I loved absolutely everything about Tempt: the characters, the setting, the story… it was sheer perfection. Hades and Persephone retellings are totally a […]

Torn by Natalia Jaster

Posted June 21, 2019 by Brin in Reviews / 0 Comments
Torn by Natalia Jaster

I am very lucky to be on Natalia Jaster’s ARC team but I honestly wasn’t expecting to get the chance to read Torn ahead of its release date (June 20th) because for some silly reason, I had it in my head that I was only on the team for her Foolish Kingdoms series! So when this little beauty found its way into my inbox last month I may have screeched […]

Dream by Natalia Jaster

Posted February 10, 2019 by Brin in Reviews / 0 Comments
Dream by Natalia Jaster

Dream, the final installment in the Foolish Kingdoms series, is definitely one of the best books I have read so far this year (tied with Holly Black’s The Wicked King). Yet, conversely it is also the hardest book in the series to review. I have sat on this review for weeks now. I know how the book made me feel but it was so hard trying to put pen to […]

Edge by M.E. Kerr

Posted October 30, 2015 by Brin in Reviews / 2 Comments
Edge by M.E. Kerr

I often have difficulty with reading short stories, especially when they are gathered together in an anthology. I like my fiction meaty; massive tomes are my bread and butter. Taking this into account, I may not be the best fit for this particular book. I was approached by the publisher to read and review this collection of stories by M.E. Kerr, an author whose early works were considered ground-breaking for […]