Blog Tour: Jade War by Fonda Lee (The Green Bone Saga, #2) [Review + Creative Feature]

Jade War is one of the strongest sequels I’ve read so far – ever! It was more explosive, bigger in scope. It will hit you right where it was supposed to and then some. Fonda Lee delivered and have given us more that what we asked for.

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Review: An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson

One notable thing that I must truly commend is how atmospheric this book is. I feel like this is how stories about faeries should be written. I was swept away by the story – something that was told, maybe a couple of times before already, but executed so beautifully it’s hard not hold your breath and let it unfold.

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Review: The Selection Series (Books 1 to 3) by Kiera Cass

I miss obvious romance — maybe because I’ve been reading too much SFF lately, so this is really a welcome change. So to anyone who wants to fall in love while having a quick read at the same time, this is definitely for you.

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Review: The Black Tides of Heaven (Tensorate, #1) by J.Y. Yang

Unique, innovative and insightful, J.Y. Yang wasted no time from the very first paragraph to immerse us in their world. It honestly felt like I’ve been accidentally pushed in deep waters. It took effort but it was too interesting not to love the process.

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Review: Six of Crows (Six of Crows, #1) by Leigh Bardugo

Leigh Bardugo managed to surprise in every turn with ridiculous plot twists and maneuvers that only validates just how awesome this crew of dangerous outcasts are — sometimes, it’s even hard to imagine these lot are just teenagers. Each with a depth of their own, and each with something to fight for.

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