Tag: ya fantasy
Book Tour: Midnight Strikes by Zeba Shahnaz
Thank you TBR and Beyond Tours for the chance to read and review Midnight Strikes by Zeba Shahnaz! I’m so happy to be on this book tour for a fantastic female Pakistani-American writer! Midnight Strikes is Zeba Shahnaz’s debut novel! This 443 page long book was released on the 14th of March and was published by Delacorte…
Book Tour and Review: Spice Road by Maiya Ibrahim
Thank you TBR and Beyond Tours for the chance to read and review Spice Road by Maiya Ibrahim
Holly Black is Back with The Stolen Heir
Holly Black is Back! The author of the Cruel Prince series and Book of Night is a favourite on bookstagram and unless she’s really messed up The Stolen Heir will be well received! Oh, and did I mention, we’re going back to Elfhame! A runaway queen. A reluctant prince. And a quest that may destroy…
GIVEAWAY and Book Review: Song of Silver, Flame like Night by Amélie Wen Zhao ~ Book Tour with Turn the Page Tours
Thank you Turn The Page Tours for the chance to read Song of Silver, Flame Like Night by Amélie Wen Zhao Song of Silver, Flame Like Night is the first book in the Song of the Last Kingdom duology by Amélie Wen Zhao. This isn’t the authors first series, she’s better know for her debut…
With Fire In Their Blood by Kat Delacorte | Book Review
I’ve been having a hard time remembering character names these days, but with a glorious book like this one, I think it’ll be a while before I forget them!
Giveaway and Book Review ~ Feather and Flame by Livia Blackburne
If you mess up with Mulan, then I’m pretty sure people will go for blood. But Livia Blackburne was up to the task. Feather and Flame has all the magic from the movie and does justice to her character.
When Wishes Bleed by Casey L. Bond
Fate’s hands never weaken, never falter, and they never fail. Thank you Book of Matches Media for the chance to read and review When Wishes Bleed by Casey L. Bond! When Wishes Bleed is the first book in the When Wishes Bleed series, and came out on the 30th of October, 2019. It is followed…