May was the month that I used to finally set aside time to explore sci-fi, a genre I love but never read enough of.
Shards of Earth is the first book by Adrian Tchaikovsky that I've read, and it felt so good to be back in a science fiction world after drifting away from the genre for so long. This book made me feel so excited to read more sci-fi books this year.
Crier's War is a Sapphic, young adult sci-fi following two young women, Crier and Ayla, offering readers a slow burn enemies to lovers romance, in a dystopian sci-fi world.
While I have a lot of books on my shelves that I want to read, I often forget to mention my kindle TBR.
I really enjoyed this book and I had a lot of fun reading it but I didn't finish it with a feeling of love and excitement that I felt when reading the first two books. Here's why . . .
Seventeen-year-old Valeria is one of the only survivors of the freeze, a dark magical hold Knnot Mountain unleashed over her village
A pansexual blood mage explores a world of magic, undead spirits, and starts a rebellion.
What happens when the hero's fail? Realm Breaker sets out to answer that question.
April was all about falling in love with a new favourite series, The Gilded Wolves.
When I tell you this book is intense, I mean that I had to put it down to breathe. Everything feels so real.