Tag: Fantasy

  • The Foxglove King (The Nightshade Crown #1) by Hannah F. Whitten

    The plot was unique and I liked the morally grey characters, but the writing I loved in For the Wolf was nowhere to be found. This was on of my most anticipated releases of the year and it left me feeling a bit disappointed.

  • One Dark Window by Rachel Gillig

    One Dark Window is a dark and gothic fantasy novel inspired by “The Highwayman.” It’s a haunting story that entails magical bargains, begrudging allies and mysterious magic.

  • The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab

    The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue was a magical read, with words that flowed in a lyrical almost whimsical kind of way. The synopsis grabs your attention and makes you wonder, what would you give up to live forever?

  • The Serpent & The Wings of Night

    The Serpent & The Wings of Night was a new and fresh vampire story with a great plot. The plot unfortunately wasn’t backed by good (or really any) world building though.

  • Zodiac Academy: The Awakening by Caroline Peckham

    This is definitely an all vibes book. Just don’t look at it too critically and you’ll love it. It’s not a bad book though and I thought the characters were well developed.

  • Book of Night by Holly Black

    Book of Night by Holly Black

    Unfortunately disappointment has a name and it’s The Book of Night. I’m glad it was a stand-alone so I don’t have to slog through anymore books to get this crap ending.

  • The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake

    The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake

    While I wouldn’t necessary recommend it, I did thoroughly enjoy it. It captivated my attention with not only the science behind it but the dynamic relationships of the group.

  • Half a Soul by Olivia Atwater

    Half a Soul by Olivia Atwater

    Half a Soul is the perfect blend of the traditional fae and the regency era social season. It blends the two together to create a fantasy tale that will capture your attention from the first page.

  • For the Throne by Hannah Whitten

    While For the Throne may not have captured my attention or heart as much as For the Wolf, I still thought it was a great story and ending.

  • Empire of the Vampire by Jay Kristoff

    This was my first book by Kristoff and all I can say is I can’t put into words how life changing it was. I’m not even blowing smoke this is a high fantasy books that will forever change how I look at the genre as a whole.

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