I was given an Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of Shade by the author in exchange for an honest review. Shade is a fast-paced sophomore novel written by Chad Nicholas. Personally, I have not yet had the opportunity to read his first novel, Nightmare, but he flexed his writing skills within […]Read More
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I loved every second of Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty. Like many others, I came to this book after the TV show. At the time of this writing, I am living in Monterey where a great portion of the show was filmed. I’m leaving within the week, and I […]Read More
Best Served Cold by Joe Abercrombie is everything I could have asked for and more. As for a standalone, I certainly think this can be read separately from the main First Law series. The same is often said for books like The Heroes (which I have read) and Red Country […]Read More
The Invisible Life of Addie Larue is a pretty solid book. I’ve oscillated a lot with my opinion on it since finishing. I’ll settle with it’s not “as good” as everybody says, but it’s not a “bad” read, either. I should open by saying that I like the writing style […]Read More
It has been 12 hours since I finished Rhythm of War by Brandon Sanderson. While I am decompresing, I need to let out my thoughts. I will start with what I did not like, just to get it out of the way. I did not like Venli. Maybe not “dislike” […]Read More
Pyresouls Apocalypse Spoiler-Free Review Pyresouls Apocalypse by James T. Callum is a great book. Admittedly, it was my first in the Literary Role Playing Game — or LitRPG — genre. For those of you who do not know, LitRPG’s are basically books written out as video games. In a nutshell. […]Read More
“An incredible look into the human mind, what it means to exist, what it means to have memories, the very idea of trust and identity, and, yes, isolation. Loneliness. But through all of that… desire, and longing, and hope, and searching for something that is different than the present and greater than the past.”Read More