If I am honest, typically when I am reading a mafia book, it involved romance, and a lot of smut. That was not the case with Shadow of the Gypsy by Shelly Frome, as this is a book filled with suspense and the past of a character you have to work incredibly hard to figure […]
It isn’t often I find a book where I am more interested in the culture being portrayed than I am in the characters and plot itself, yet here we are with Judgement Call by E.B. Roshan. While the plot of this book was intriguing, it wasn’t what captivated me. The interesting and unique characters trying […]
Red Hail is a sci-fi novel by Jamie Killen and What. The. Fuck. The author contacted me about this book to read and review it and initially I was hesitant for one main reason. The book was pitched to me as a LGBTQ novel, and typically when books are pitched to me like this, I […]
Have you ever read a book where you can see how someone would love it and obsess over it, even if you yourself cannot?
While The Queen of Times : The Inception isn’t a nonfiction book, with the story Ajay Babu Anilbabu portrays you almost wish it was. I love that the author took the time to research an event and person in time and create an entire story around that, something you don’t often see. This book is […]
I loved the idea of Gorpp the Grappler, where Gorpp is low man on the totem pole, and does his best to rise above his station, not necessarily because he wants to conquer earth, but because he is bored.
I am on an odd side of TikTok, and my FYP is oddly specific when it comes to weird books. Why do I mention this? Morning Glory Milking Farm by C.M. Nascosta.
I do not remember how I found A Door into Evermoor by Kent Wayne. I don’t remember when I clicked on it, I don’t remember buying it, but I do know I was trying to pick my next read in my kindle library and the cover was so happy and cheerful that it was my next read.