[UKYA Features] “The Truth About Keeping Secrets” by Savannah Brown

A new installation on my blog that I hope to do with semi-regular frequency is this new idea I've had called "UKYA Features" which is exactly what it sounds like - it's a feature to highlight UKYA (or sometimes UK adult) literature. UKYA is such an incredible, diverse area - but it's also one that …

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[Reading Recs] My Most Anticipated 2019 Releases Pt.2

So I'm back! With Part Two *jazz hands* that I forgot to schedule and post, lmao. Part One was filled with some more well-known upcoming releases, and I admit this one has a few more hyped books mixed in with smaller ones, but they're all very much worthy of some great hype. ℵ Gideon the …

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[Reviews]: ‘Daisy Jones & The Six’ by Taylor Jenkins Reid (ARC)

“Passion is . . . it's fire. And fire is great, man. But we're made of water. Water is how we keep living. Water is what we need to survive.” For a while, Daisy Jones & The Six were everywhere. Their albums were on every turntable, they sold out arenas from coast to coast, their …

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[Reading Recs] My Most Anticipated 2019 Releases Pt.1

I confess I've been wanting to do one of these 'anticipated releases' posts for ages, especially after seeing what 2019 releases everyone else is excited for! I've also chosen to do one myself because I want to draw attention to some slightly smaller releases that not everyone is as aware of yet. Furthermore, I've split this …

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[Reviews] ‘The Gutter Prayer’ by Gareth Hanrahan (ARC)

"She's fought before, cut people with it, but never killed with it. Cut and run, that's her way. In this crowded city, that's not necessarily an option." The city has always been. The city must finally end. When three thieves - an orphan, a ghoul, and a cursed man - are betrayed by the master …

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[Reviews] ‘A Curse So Dark and Lonely’ by Brigid Kemmerer (ARC)

"Fall in love. Break the curse." Prince Rhen, the heir to Emberfall, is cursed. Forced to repeat the autumn of his eighteenth year over and over, he can only be freed by love. But at the end of each autumn he is transformed into a beast hell-bent on destruction, and after so many failed attempts, …

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