Dream Killing Magus Tor

Dream Killing: Review

I can’t take Dream Killing seriously. This passage alone made me realised that this book clearly wasn’t for me. “On the wall just outside the door to your left, you will find your gun. You only get the ammunition that is already in the gun, so choose your targets carefully. Once you are out of […]

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Landfalls by Naomi J. Williams

Landfalls: Review

I refuse to give Landfalls a rating. Had it not been for the gorgeous cover, I probably wouldn’t pick it up at a local bookstore. I feel the same way about the book as Naomi Novik’s Uprooted. “Something about that—the shared knowledge and the inability to communicate about it—had been soothing.” I’d thought Landfalls would […]

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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny

I couldn’t stop picturing Michelle Yeoh and Donnie Yen the entire time I was reading Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny. I haven’t seen the 2000 martial arts film, but I’m familiar with it. Word is, the sequel is in English and I can officially say that I can’t wrap my head around it. […]

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aafter alice gregory maguire

After Alice: Review

Why After Alice got a rare starred review on Kirkus is something I’ll never understand. Bleak is the word I would use to describe Maguire’s ninth adult book. It doesn’t live up to the hype. Granted, the author paints an exquisite picture of Wonderland and each scene is richly atmospheric, but something is still lacking; […]

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On Strike For Christmas by Sheila Roberts

On Strike For Christmas: Review

I adored Nine Lives of Christmas and disliked The Snow Globe. This marks my third Sheila Roberts book and I feel conflicted. On Strike For Christmas has an interesting concept: the women are getting sick and tired of preparing for the festive season. So this year, they decide to leave the family in the lurch […]

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