Category: Book Reviews

  • The Silver Serpents by Roshani Chokshi

    The Silver Serpents by Roshani Chokshi is the sequel of The Gilded Wolves which follows the story of a group of friends who perform treasure hunting heist. The Silver Serpent picks up a few months after The Gilded Wolves. The team is falling apart, only holding on by single threads after the murder of one […]

  • The Wild Way Home by Sophie Kirtley

    The Wild Way Home is a cute middle grade novel that follows the story of Charlie as he finds himself stuck in the Stone Age after he ran away when he heard the news that his new baby brother Dara might die. This character driven story focuses on Charlie and stone age Harby. Charlie meets […]

  • Welcome to the New World by Jake Halpern and Michael Sloan

    Welcome to the New World by Jake Halpern and Michael Sloan is the coolest journalism piece I have ever seen in my life. When I first began reading, it reminded me of George Takei’s ’They Called Us Enemy’ in its raw storytelling using majority black and white illustrations. This nonfiction graphic novel follows the story […]

  • A Girl Made of Air by Nydia Hetherington

    This book was provided to me by Hachette Aus in exchange of an honest review. All opinions are my own. A Girl Made of Air by Nydia Hetherington is the story of the Greatest Funambulist Who Ever Lived. Mouse was born into a circus life where neither her mother nor father desired to look after […]

  • Cinderella is Dead by Kalynn Bayron

    “Do not be silent. Raise your voice. Be a light in the dark.” Cinderella is Dead by Kalynn Bayron is set in a world where it has been more than 200 years since Cinderella found her happily ever after. Now every year girls in the kingdom go to an annual ball in order to find […]

  • Piranesi by Susanna Clarke

    Piranesi is the highly anticipated second book by Susanna Clarke, author of bestselling fantasy book Jonathan Strange and Mr Norell. This new book might not compare in size to Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, but it keeps its heart. Centred on the story of a thirty-something-year-old man, readers find themselves reading journal entries of this […]

  • Lobizona by Romina Garber | Wednesday Books Blog Tour

    Lobizona by Romina Garber is the story of Argentinian Manuela ‘Manu’ Azul who currently lives undocumented in Miami, Florida with her mother. However, there is something special about Manu, her eyes are unlike anyone else she has met — they are gold and star shaped. This strangeness has forced her to live cooped up in […]

  • Queendom of Seven Lakes by A.B Endacott

    “Your Majesty, I take life. I am not certain that my skills actually extend to preserving it.” There are always those who are willing to pay for someone else’s death.  Publisher: A.B Endacott ISBN: 9780648187509 Pages: 292 Publication Date: November 15th 2017 RRP: $20.90 AUD Personal Rating: 4.5/5 Queendom of Seven Lakes is a high fantasy novel set […]

  • You Were Made For Me by Jenna Guillaume 

    Thank you to Pan Macmillan Australia for giving me an eArc in exchange for an honest review! Publisher: Pan Macmillan Australia ISBN: 176055913X Pages: 336 Publication Date: 11 August 2020 RRP: $17.99 AUD Personal Rating: 5/5 You Were Made for Me by Jenna Guillaume is a hilarious romcom that you need in your life! It follows the story of Katie who […]

  • Kokomo by Victoria Hannan

    Kokomo by Victoria Hannan is a novel of a mother and a daughter dealing with grief, love and yearning while learning to see each other as more than what their imagination created. The book opens in London with Mina receiving the news that her agoraphobic mother in Melbourne left the house after twelve years minutes […]