Release Day Review | Honor Among Thieves by Rachel Caine & Ann Aguirre

“Nadim…I could feel a lot of what went on with him, but how could I really know what he thought or felt? He was an alien. It might feel like I knew him, but I didn’t. I couldn’t.” Honor Among Thieves is probably one of the most interesting books I’ve read in a while. When Earth … More Release Day Review | Honor Among Thieves by Rachel Caine & Ann Aguirre

Release Day Review | The Queen’s Rising by Rebecca Ross

“‘Aviana,’ I whispered, my fingers moving to catch the rich tumble of the cloak that was mine. He had chosen Aviana for me, the constellation that accompanied his own. They were stars that, like his Verene, bespoke of bravery in darkness, of triumph. Of steadfastness.” What can I say about The Queen’s Rising? I adored this book … More Release Day Review | The Queen’s Rising by Rebecca Ross

Release Day Review | Zenith by Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings

“What is it about memories…that gives us the ability to hurt so badly?” Hello everyone! So I have been seriously dreading writing this review. I’ve spent the past few days after reading Zenith (and the week before while still reading it) thinking of how I am going to go about explaining my thoughts and feelings … More Release Day Review | Zenith by Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings

Release Day Review | Everless by Sara Holland and The Cruel Prince by Holly Black

To jump straight to Katie’s review of The Cruel Prince, click here. “…The world seems to slow. No, not seems. The branches really do stop whispering in the wind. Even the most inaudible crackle of the snow melting on the ground stops, like the world is holding its breath.” Ah, Everless. I have been so excited for the premise … More Release Day Review | Everless by Sara Holland and The Cruel Prince by Holly Black