Hallow Review

Synopsis:  Being one of the most formidable archangels with the power to end the world doesn’t serve you well if you don’t know how to use it. Thrown into a battle of courts and factions, tangled in a web of intrigues and palatial games, naïve Ariel is surrounded by powerful angels, chasing their own agendas.… Continue reading Hallow Review

Crown of Feathers eARC Review

GoodReads:  I had a sister, once… In a world ruled by fierce warrior queens, a grand empire was built upon the backs of Phoenix Riders—legendary heroes who soared through the sky on wings of fire—until a war between two sisters ripped it all apart. I promised her the throne would not come between us. Sixteen… Continue reading Crown of Feathers eARC Review

The Fourth Courier Review

A Fast Paced Espionage Thriller for Alan Furst Fans Sent In Post-Cold War Poland. It is 1992 in Warsaw, Poland, and the communist era has just ended. A series of grisly murders suddenly becomes an international case when it's feared that the victims may have been couriers smuggling nuclear material out of the defunct Soviet… Continue reading The Fourth Courier Review

Kaerou Time to Go Home Review

Thank you B. Jeanne Shibahara for sending this book to me! I am providing my honest review to you all on my blog in exchange! GoodReads Blurb: “In Japan...everywhere...red strings tie all people we meet together. Some strings are weak. Some have tangles. Some strong.” Meryl—Vietnam War widow—misses her grown son, feels left out after… Continue reading Kaerou Time to Go Home Review

The Crying Machine eARC Review

Hey guys, I know, two reviews in a row. I have a good reason though! This book's publish birthday is tomorrow AND I have BESpring19 posts to do cause the other hosts were on point with their prompts and I wanna do so many. GoodReads Blurb:  A sharp, lyrical thriller of power, religion, and artificial… Continue reading The Crying Machine eARC Review

Nation of the Beasts #1 eARC Review

Goodreads Blurb: Terrifying creatures, unseen to all around him, have tormented Elisse since he was a little boy. These “night terrors” and the cruel life as a young Westerner in a refugee camp have left him isolated and alone. The only clue to his past is an old, tattered envelope with a picture of his… Continue reading Nation of the Beasts #1 eARC Review