Category: Book Reviews

  • The Sad Ghost Club by Lize Meddings

    The Sad Ghost Club is a delightful graphic novel that covers how it feels to have a mental illness day to day. Unlike other stories feature mental illnesses this story isn’t about the struggles or the heartbreaking moments that comes with it. It’s just your average everyday survival and realising you’re not alone. Our main […]

  • Lore by Alexandra Bracken

    The best way to describe Lore by Alexandra Bracken is Greek mythology meets the Hunger Games. In this action pack novel we are thrusted into a world where the Olympus gods have been punished. Every seven years the gods fall to Earth and must survive seven days as children of the great Greek hero’s hunt […]

  • Instant Karma by Marissa Meyer

    Instant Karma is a cute young adult contemporary novel that follows the life of overachiever and very self-centred Prudence as she tries to convince her former lab partner to re-do an assignment with her over the summer break as she figures out how to use her newly found karma inducing powers. Prudence could be seen […]

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

    The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue is the type of story that nestles into your soul and becomes a part of you. V.E Schwab newest book is absolutely breathtaking. It follows the story of Adeline LaRue, a young French woman who makes a deal with the devil out of desperation to keep her freedom. However, […]

  • Paola Santiago and the River of Tears by Tehlor Kay Mejia

    In Paola Santiago and the River of Tears, super into science and the facts Paola learns the reality that is a world of magic out there filled with the monster from her mom’s stories. When her best friend Emma goes missing she and her friend Dante go to the rescue because the adults are incapable […]

  • Before the Beginning by Anna Morgan | AusYaBloggers Book Tour

    Before the Beginning by Anna Morgan Before the Beginning is a sweet coming of age story that follows four friends, a mysterious stranger and the schoolies week when everything changed. The story is split into five different parts, each focusing on the four main characters: Grace, Casper, Noah and Elise. Grace, who is Casper’s older […]

  • Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical Witch by Julie Abe

    Eva Evergreen, Semi-Magical Witch, is an adorable middle-grade fantasy about a young witch who has a little pinch of magic (which is unusual compared to the other magic users in her world). This novel is perfect for those who loved Kiki’s Delivery Service and love stories about friendship and finding inner strength. Eva Evergreen is […]

  • Hollowpox: The Hunt for Morrigan Crow (Nevermoor #3) by Jessica Townsend

    The third installment of the Nevermoor series couldn’t have come at a better time! Much like our own pandemic, the world of Nevermoor must face a pandemic that is affecting the WunAnimals of their world and making them savage. The series of Nevermoor follows the story of Morrigan Crow, a former cursed child and second […]

  • Earthlings by Sayaka Murata

    TW: Child abuse (mental and physical), rape, murder, cannibalism Earthlings by Sayaka Murata is a magical realism sci-fi novel that comments on society’s (especially Japanese society) rigid and demand to be the same as everyone else. Earthlings also explore different forms of abuse — sexual, mental, and physical and how individuals deal surviving these abuses […]

  • A Deadly Education (Scholomance #1) by Naomi Novik

    A Deadly Education by Naomi Novik is the dark academia magic book of your dreams (without being a straight-up horror novel). Galadriel ‘El’ is a junior at Scholomance— a school where children with magical abilities train their mana before joining the world. However, unlike other boarding magic schools, this one is in a void, and […]