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Ravensong by T.J. Klune

Posted September 3, 2020 by Brin in Reviews / 0 Comments
Ravensong by T.J. Klune

This book isn’t as easy to read (or review, for that matter) as Wolfsong. Gordo Livinstone is the narrator for this one and he definitely is harder to love than Ox (yet I love him all the same!) Gordo is a prickly character, grumpy and pretty closed off. He has good reason for it but it does make it harder to be in his headspace. Gordo also has a connection […]

Wolfsong by T.J. Klune

Posted September 2, 2020 by Brin in Reviews / 0 Comments
Wolfsong by T.J. Klune

I first read Wolfsong by T.J. Klune a couple of years back. It wasn’t my first by the author (that would be Bear, Otter and the Kid – his debut) but it was the one that really spoke to me on a deeper level. No knock on BOATK (it’s a great book and if you haven’t read it yet please do so at your earliest opportunity) but I tend to […]

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, […]

The Untamed – A Review

Posted March 19, 2020 by Brin in Discussion Posts, Television Reviews / 2 Comments
The Untamed – A Review

I have made no secret of the fact that I have become obsessed with The Untamed (if you have seen any of my recent posts you will see how often I manage to bring it up even when it has no relation to the content of the post!) the untamed Based on a Chinese BL (boys’ love) web novel by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu called Mo Dao Zu Shi (roughly […]

Into The Crooked Place by Alexandra Christo

Posted October 30, 2019 by Brin in Reviews / 0 Comments
Into The Crooked Place by Alexandra Christo

I honestly must be one of the very few people who has yet to read Alexandra Christo’s debut To Kill a Kingdom (though I plan to rectify that shortly) so I wasn’t 100% sure what I would be getting going into this book. Sometimes that’s a good thing though – it can be better not to have any expectations because they usually get dashed, more often than not… I was […]