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”

Winterset Hollow by Jonathan Edward Durham. Blog tour review

“Offerings of the rich in brass and offerings of the poor in blood. Something of a theme in the history of your kind, or so I’ve been told.”
“It’s been said that you should never meet your heroes, but I say better to know whom you place on that pedestal, don’t you agree?”

The Crowns of Croswald by D. E. Night, a review

*I received this book free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.* Thank you so much to Net Galley and Stories Untold, the publisher, for granting me access to this book in exchange for an honest review. I gave this book 3.7 stars. Ivy Lovely grows up as a maid and is constantly mistreatedContinue reading “The Crowns of Croswald by D. E. Night, a review”

The Mad Trinkets by Cameron Scott Kirk. A review

*I received this book free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.* 4.2 stars. I have to deeply thank NetGalley and The Mage’s Lantern (the publisher) for granting me early access to this book in exchange for an honest review. I thoroughly enjoyed it. This is an adult dark fantasy novel about Tristan deContinue reading “The Mad Trinkets by Cameron Scott Kirk. A review”

At the Fields of Fire and Blood. A blog tour spotlight

Hi there!! Today, I’m coming with another book spotlight for you. I saw this one, read the synopsis and was already intrigued, so I decided to participate on this blog tour. Thank you so much to the author and Erik (Breakeven Books, you should check him out) for allowing me to be part of this.Continue reading “At the Fields of Fire and Blood. A blog tour spotlight”

Flash Fire by T J Klune, a review

It seems this blog has lately been gravitating towards writing review, but the truth is I was so behind on reviewing and my life has been so unexpectedly hectic that I’m just now getting up-to-date with everything, so just hold on there for a bit, please, while you enjoy these reviews (at least I hopeContinue reading “Flash Fire by T J Klune, a review”

The Nameless by Allison Rose. Review of a beautiful fairytale.

*I received this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.* 4.5 stars. A modern fairytale that shows the reader extremism is negative no matter which side you take; it never leads to improvements, that fate doesn’t exist in the sense that nothing is determined, everything is rather chosen by those involved and thatContinue reading “The Nameless by Allison Rose. Review of a beautiful fairytale.”

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