Review of ~ Mark Lawrence – Red Sister (Book of the Ancestor #1)

9/10 - I received an advanced copy of Red Sister from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I would like to announce my gratitude to Mark Lawrence, Ace and Berkley Publishing Group for this opportunity. Throughout this narrative, we flaunt within the mind of and follow the actions of Nona. Our protagonist is a... Continue Reading →

Review of ~ Brian Staveley – Skullsworn

8.5/10 - To begin I would like to thank Brain Staveley and Tor for giving me the opportunity to read an advanced copy of the highly anticipated Skullsworn, in exchange for an honest review. The narrative is set in the same world as Staveley's previously released Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne trilogy and it follows... Continue Reading →

Review of ~ Voltaire – Candide

9/10 Voltaire's novel introduces the reader to Candide, a wide-eyed, calm and slightly bland young gentleman who resides at Castle Westphalia and who believes in the philosophy that "everything in the world is for the best." One of the first scenes is filled with two emotional opposites for Candide who first gets to kiss his... Continue Reading →

Review of ~ Nicholas Adams – Imprint

6.5/10 To commence, I would like to thank Nicholas Adams for sending me a copy of this novella in exchange for an honest review. Award-winning doctor Malcolm Silverstra finds himself exiled after a study of his that led to the creation of artificial organs which although revolutionary, to begin with, had unknown, unpredictable and sinister... Continue Reading →

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