From My Bookshelf: The Broken Earth Trilogy
June got away from me and I forgot to write a From My Bookshelf post, but I’m excited to be writing this edition. It is quite similar to the one I wrote in May, in that it is part book haul, part celebration for finally having a classic series (The Broken Earth Trilogy) on my shelves, and part celebration of a Maine independent bookstore.
Book Review: May Day
May Day (Seekers #1) Josie Jaffrey May Day (Seekers #1) was published on July 9th, 2020. In addition to receiving a physical ARC of this urban fantasy from the author, but as always, all thoughts are my own. Beyond what is told in the synopsis, I do talk briefly about the romantic relationships of the protagonist, Jack, and a certain important detail that is not necessarily covered in the content warnings, but one that I think readers should be aware of.
Blog Tour: Harbinger
Welcome to day nine of the Harbinger blog tour! Below you will find my book review for the third installment in author Olga Gibbs’ young adult Celestial Creatures series. I was sent the ebook in exchange for my honest review for the Blog Tour, and there are no spoilers for any part of the series in my review. Many thanks go to Melanie of Fraser’s Fun House and Olga Gibbs for putting together this tour, and for inviting me to participate alongside a [great] number of talented bloggers. You can find information on the author and where to get a copy of the book at the bottom of this post.
A Mystery Book Haul (The Green Hand Bookshop)
The Green Hand Bookshop has been a topic of a post here on the blog before, and while it plays a very large part in this post, I’m going to be focusing primarily on the books I recently ordered from this secondhand book seller. I ordinarily don’t purchase enough books to dedicate entire book haul posts to (in my mind), but this one is different than any other book order I’ve made, because I had very little idea of what was going to be in the box when I opened it.
Book Review: Ever Alice
Ever Alice H.J. Ramsay Ever Alice was published on August 1st, 2019. I received an ARC from NetGalley, but as always, all thoughts are my own. My review contains some spoilers regarding love interests and characters.
Book Review: The Gilded Wolves
The Gilded Wolves Roshani Chokshi The Gilded Wolves is set to be published on January 15th, 2019. Although NetGalley provided me with an e-book copy, all thoughts are my own. Additionally, my review does not have explicit spoilers, but I do analyze the characters, so if you prefer to go into a book knowing as little as possible, I would recommend not reading my review.