ARC Review: The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories by Ken Liu

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The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories has jumped to the top of my list of favourite short stories collection. It’s introspective, experimental, and give the speculative genre a healthy dose of Chinese lore and mythology. Each story is fascinating, a surprise as I often find there’s a couple of duds in every collection. I savoured […]

Review: Dreamwalker by C.S. Friedman

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I do admit that I am a bit of a cover snob. I know that we should not judge a book by its cover (well, figuratively at least), but when it comes to novels, I do believe that first impressions are important to grab a reader’s attention. When I first saw Dreamwalkers’ cover, I was […]

ARC Review: We Are the Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson

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If you like confusing books where you’re never sure about what is actually going on, We are the Ants is for you. This is an incredibly well-written book that will tell you a lot of things that might or might not be true. The real mystery is trying to figure out what the fuck is […]

Letter Review: Because You’ll Never Meet Me by Leah Thomas

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Because You’ll Never Meet Me is a book that breaks the mould. Looking at its cover, you might be tempted to think this is a contemporary novel. However, what lies within is a delightful mix of genres. It features a strong speculative bend while retaining some authentic moments of adolescence, and it proves that stories […]

Review: Legend: The Graphic Novel by Marie Lu

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overview If you’ve already read and loved Legend, definitely pick up a copy of the graphic novel! It’ll be enough to bring back your feels and memories. If not, skip it. There isn’t enough details for you to get a complete Legend experience. No, seriously. I’m a HUGE fan of Legend, and I legitimately got […]

ARC Review: Magonia by Maria Dahvana Headley

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If you’re going to ask me to describe Magonia in one word, that word would be charming. It was elegant, magical and absolutely captivating. Reading this book was like floating on a magical, puffy, pink cloud. While eating fairy dust and watching shooting stars. That’s how alluring this book was. The only other time I’ve […]

ARC Review: The World Forgot by Martin Leicht

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It seems that none of the books in this series ever really blew my mind but I will say that this one was a worthy conclusion to the series. I felt a little sad after finishing the book because it was kind of like saying goodbye to that nice co-worker who you were never really close […]