The Shadows by Alex North. A very late review

Hi, Little Bears!! I was granted an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review 2 years ago. Not long after, I started seeing many 2-star reviews which, for some reason (anxiety played its part), stopped me from reading a book I had been dying to get my hands on. Well, it turnedContinue reading “The Shadows by Alex North. A very late review”

Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead. A review

Hi, Little Bears!! Hope you’re having a good time. Coming with another book review. I’d like to thank NetGalley and Doubleday for granting me early access to a copy of this book. I gave it 2 stars. Ray Carney established an honest furniture business and has tried to live live as straight as possible, butContinue reading “Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead. A review”

1414º by Paul Bradley Carr. A review

Hi, Little Bears!! Hope you’re having a good time. I’m back with another book review. Thanks to NetGalley and Snafublishing for granting me access to this book in exchange for an honest review. I gave this book 3.5 stars. A gripping technological adult thriller that discusses sensitive but important issues for the current society. LouContinue reading “1414º by Paul Bradley Carr. A review”

Daughters of Sparta by Claire Heywood. A review

Hi, Little Bears!! Hope you’re having a good month and that you enjoy this new review. First of all, I’d like to thank NetGalley and Hachette UK for granting me early access to an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I gave this book 4 stars. TW: Sexual abuse, physical abuse,Continue reading “Daughters of Sparta by Claire Heywood. A review”

Heat Wave by TJ Klune, a review.

Hi, little bears!!! Hope you’re doing great, reading and otherwise. I’m still working on my thesis, but happy that’s the only thing left to obtain my degree. This book was, as most TJ Klune’s work, a 5-star read. This is the last book in a YA fantasy/contemporary trilogy in which Nick, a 16-year-old gay youngContinue reading “Heat Wave by TJ Klune, a review.”

On Tyranny by Timothy Snyder. Review of the graphic novel.

5 stars!! Hello, little bears!! I have a few (a lot of them, really) ARCs to review, so you’ll at least see one review per week here and on my YouTube channel (The Book Dreamer’s Alley) for the ones granted to me by NetGalley and just here for those for which I’m part of aContinue reading “On Tyranny by Timothy Snyder. Review of the graphic novel.”

The Revelations by Erik Hoel. ARC review

3.5 stars Hi, little bears!! I’m back with another review, which is becoming the main reason why I write here, although I hope that changes soon. First of all, I’d like to thank the publisher and NetGalley for allowing me to have early access to this book in exchange for an honest review. Summary: Kierk,Continue reading “The Revelations by Erik Hoel. ARC review”

Dolly Considine’s Hotel by Eamon Somers. Blog tour and mood board

Hi, little bears! Here I come with another book review I hope you like. 4 stars to this adult historical fiction/cosy mystery. Summary: My summary: Dolly McClean is a woman ahead of her times who inherits and saves the family business, a hotel. She represents a real feminist and progressive female. On the other side,Continue reading “Dolly Considine’s Hotel by Eamon Somers. Blog tour and mood board”

The Last Keeper by J. V. Hilliard. Blog tour

Hi little bears!! I apologise for not having posted in such a long time, but my health took a toll for the worse and I’ve been worried about that, going to many doctors’ appointments, getting tests and also trying to finish my degree (which is closer every day). 4.6 stars! The Last Keeper is anContinue reading “The Last Keeper by J. V. Hilliard. Blog tour”

Under the Whispering Door by T J Klune. A review

5 stars. Thanks to NetGalley and Tor Publishing for granting me early access to this book. *I received this book free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.* Wallace is an important and deeply hated businessman who does not care whatsoever about being human or making and keeping interpersonal relationships. One day he’s inContinue reading “Under the Whispering Door by T J Klune. A review”

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