Fantasy · fiction · Loved-it · Urban fantasy

Envy of Angels – Sin du Jour #1 A slow start to a really good series

Goodreads average 3.87 ★★★★✮  4.5 stars I’m sure you’ve heard about this one. It’s another fun, ass-kicking and quite inventive Urban Fantasy series, right along the lines of Rivers of London and the like. Except this time, we’re talking catering. And not just any kind of catering. I found out about this series from Tammy’s blog. I… Continue reading Envy of Angels – Sin du Jour #1 A slow start to a really good series

Booktags · Fantasy · Scifi

5 books that I’m DYING to read But probably won't anytime soon

Hey all! This time I’m doing a non-review post, and it’s not because I’m short on books I’ve read or back-logged reviews (I wish), it’s actually because I’ve been thinking of these for a while now and I can’t get them out of my mind! So I’ve decided to share: Anyone else who wants to… Continue reading 5 books that I’m DYING to read But probably won't anytime soon

Fantasy · Urban fantasy

Foxglove summer – #RiversOfLondon urban fantasy series #5 Another epic tale from Ben Aaronovitch, but with a slightly weak ending

So, have you heard of the Rivers of London series? It’s actually called PC Grant or Peter Grant series, but since it started with Rivers of London, everyone just calls it that. It’s one of the best urban fantasy series ever! If you haven’t checked it out yet, please do. I will include the links… Continue reading Foxglove summer – #RiversOfLondon urban fantasy series #5 Another epic tale from Ben Aaronovitch, but with a slightly weak ending

Fantasy · NetGalley

The Bear And The Nightingale by Katherine Arden It's nothing like Deathless, but that's a good thing

So this is actually a book people have been waiting for me to review. And yet… I finished this more than a week ago, and I still feel like my review is nowhere near the way I want it to be. No pressure. So I’ll just have to publish the review the way it is, because… Continue reading The Bear And The Nightingale by Katherine Arden It's nothing like Deathless, but that's a good thing