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Raybearer By Jordan Ifueko: Book Review

Raybearer is a YA Nigerian inspired fantasy by Jordan Ifueko. I was kindly gifted the finished copy of this book for Darkroom Tours on my bookstagram. Warning, trigger warnings may contain spoilers: trigger warnings: violence, child abuse, attempted murder, drugging, manipulation, death, enslavement of djinn, references to police violence, death of children. Introduction To Raybearer Tarisai’s mother, The Lady sends her to the capital of … Continue reading Raybearer By Jordan Ifueko: Book Review

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Ignite The Sun By Hanna Howard: Book Review

Ignite The Sun is a YA fantasy written by Hanna Howard. This is my tour stop for the TBR and Beyond Tours blog tour, be sure to check out the other hosts here. At the end of this review there will be a giveaway so stay tuned for that 🙂 Introduction To Ignite The Sun Queen Iyzabel has shrouded the kingdom in darkness, leaving sunlight … Continue reading Ignite The Sun By Hanna Howard: Book Review

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Star Daughter By Shveta Thakrar: Review And Book Recommendations!

Star Daughter By Shveta Thakrar is a contemporary fantasy blended with Hindu mythology and Desi culture. This is my stop for the Hear Our Voices blog tour and I’ll be including a #ownvoice reflection and book recommendations in this review! Introduction To Star Daughter Sheetal is half mortal, half star. She lives a semi normal teenage life, but it’s clear that the calling of the … Continue reading Star Daughter By Shveta Thakrar: Review And Book Recommendations!

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Unravel The Dusk By Elizabeth Lim: Book Review

Unravel the Dusk by Elizabeth Lim is the sequel to spin the dawn and is the final book of this duology. To avoid spoilers, I’d recommend checking out my review of the first book! And yes, lately all I have been posting is reviews, but I promise once I catch up I’ll have some fun posts planned! This E-arc was sent to me for an … Continue reading Unravel The Dusk By Elizabeth Lim: Book Review

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Hunted By The Sky By Tanaz Bhathena

Hunted by The Sky is a YA fantasy inspired by medieval India. It explores class struggles, identity and romance. This book has been recently released and its sequel is expected to release in 2021. It is also a highly anticipated read for me. So I was definitely excited to receive an E-arc for review. Trigger Warnings: implied sexual slavery, death of parents, murder, animal cruelty, … Continue reading Hunted By The Sky By Tanaz Bhathena

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The City Of Brass By S.A. Chakraborty: Book Review

The City of Brass is a fantasy with hints of historical fiction too, being set in 18th century Cairo. I was being recommended it due to it having diversity, great characters and plus one of my favourite ever genres too. So I finally gave in! Introduction To The City Of Brass Nahri is a conwoman in 18th century Cairo with learned skills she believes are … Continue reading The City Of Brass By S.A. Chakraborty: Book Review

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The Court Of Miracles By Kester Grant: Book Review

The Court Of Miracles is a historical fiction fantasy inspired book and it has been described as Les Misérables meets Six of Crows. A recent diverse release. I’d like to thank Netgalley and the publisher for providing me this E-arc for an honest review. Introduction To The Court Of Miracles I was instantly interested from the first line of the blurb. Being compared to six … Continue reading The Court Of Miracles By Kester Grant: Book Review

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Spin the Dawn By Elizabeth Lim: Book Review

I adore a good fairytale retelling and so when I found out about Spin the Dawn I knew I had to read it! A YA fantasy inspired by Mulan, this diverse book is exactly what I needed to complete one of my reading goals for this year! If you’re a fantasy junkie like me, I’d recommend checking out: A Curse So Dark and Lonely. As … Continue reading Spin the Dawn By Elizabeth Lim: Book Review

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A Darker Shade Of Magic By V.E. Shwab: Book Review

A Darker Shade Of Magic has seen a lot of hype within the book communities due to its incredible world building and beautiful writing style. So this is my first read by V.E. Shwab and I was prepared for the hype to be met. Introduction To A Darker Shade Of Magic Readers are introduced to a world where there are four London’s- red, white, grey … Continue reading A Darker Shade Of Magic By V.E. Shwab: Book Review

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Ninth House By Leigh Bardugo : Book Review

Ninth House was one of the most anticipated reads of 2019. In fact readers loved it so much that it won a Goodreads Choice Award. It’s Leigh Bardugo’s first adult book after her highly successful YA Fantasy books such as the six of crows duology. So of course, a lot of us readers had high hopes for this book. However for me, it seemed to … Continue reading Ninth House By Leigh Bardugo : Book Review