Such a fun and unique read! What the River Knows by is an immersive historical fantasy that takes the readers on an adventure from Buenos Ares to the Nile River. Inez Olivera is a young woman on the cusp of adulthood who has just received word that both of her parents have died, inheriting their […]
Tag: magical realism
Happy Wednesday y’all! I’m eagerly waiting on Spells for Forgetting by . I love her immersive YA fantasies so I’m excited to read her debut adult fantasy. It’s billed as a magical realism mystery which has me all kinds of excited. I cannot wait to dive in.
A loose retelling of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, Bright Ruined Things by takes place over the course of one day, following Mae and her role in the Prosper family. I have never read The Tempest so I personally cannot compare the two. What I can say is that I enjoyed Cohoe’s melding of 1920s culture and […]
Happy Wednesday y’all! Today I’m eagerly waiting on Once Upon a Broken Heart by . This looks and promises to be fantastic! I loved the Caraval series, and now we are getting a new series featuring the deadly Prince of Hearts. I really only needed to know that. Your Turn! What are you waiting on […]
Happy Wednesday y’all! This week I’m eagerly waiting on Vampires, Hearts, & Other Dead Things by . The promise of vampires initially drew me to this book. What can I say? I love vamps! But the blurb is what hooked me. A girl searching the Quarter for real vampires so she can become one herself […]
Have you ever read a book that hooks you on the first word? You know that feeling that you’ve slipped into another world and are living with the characters, experiencing things with them as you read? That is how I felt reading The Book Charmer by . The world, the characters, their plight….it was all […]
I am stoked to be participating in the blog tour of The Ghost of You and Me. never disappoints! Be prepared to read with tissues in hand and a block of time to finish the book because you won’t want to sit it down. To see the full tour schedule, click here. Review I really should […]