July Reviews

I decided a few weeks ago to change things up a bit and do reviews a little differently. Listed are the books I reviewed this month with links to find them. I've moved reviews to Instagram to see how that goes. Follow me on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/feminismandyoga/?hl=en This should open up time and space here... Continue Reading →

Ember Queen by Laura Sebastian

As with the first two parts of this series, I love this finale! Sebastian is amazing and I love the world she built. Though life hasn't allowed much time for posting, I have been reveling in amazing worlds last month. I finished this series and then The Belles and the Firebird series (end of that... Continue Reading →

The Belles and The Everlasting Rose by Dhonielle Clayton

The Belles and The Everlasting Rose are the first two books in Clayton's The Belles series. I had read The Belles last year during my hiatus but never reviewed it. There is an untitled third book in the works according to Goodreads too. As it is, these two were originally written as a duology but... Continue Reading →

Lady Smoke by Laura Sebastian

Lady Smoke is the second book in the Ash Princess Trilogy. For the review of the first book, Ash Princess, click here. This is a great continuation of the story but some of my opinions on this story could spoil the first one, so please don't go any further if you haven't read that one.... Continue Reading →

Ash Princess by Laura Sebastian

I originally thought this was going to be an interesting retelling of Cinderella, which excited me a lot after Cinder became my all time favorite retelling collection, but this is actually so much better than a retelling. The book is more fantasy than I normally read, but I had been more intrigued whenever I read... Continue Reading →

Sapphire Blue and Emerald Green by Kerstin Gier, translated by Anthea Bell

Stars: 3 of 5  I'm reviewing these two together because I had the fortunate ability to read them in succession and am not even sure where the one left off and the other started. Of course, this wouldn't have been a problem if I had stopped to write the review of Sapphie Blue before starting... Continue Reading →

Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige

Review: Dorothy Must Die was just what I needed. My reviews don't come out in exactly the same order as my reading and I had just gone through some pretty heavy material and needed the break. This was everything I hoped it would be. I'm a sucker for revisiting a world I know and I... Continue Reading →

Zodiac by Romina Russell

Review: I'll be honest, I was with this book for about the first three quarters of it. And then it lost me. Actually, I was really enjoying it, despite the typical YA love triangle and a nobody who becomes the last hope of civilization. It's YA, I get it. (Disclaimer: I LOVE young adult books,... Continue Reading →

The Archived by Victoria Schwab

Review: This is an entertaining YA fantasy. I put it on my Read Harder 2017 list for task 15:¬†Read a YA or middle grade novel by an author who identifies as LGBTQ+. To discover author's that fit into this category, I took advice from the Goodreads group on the Read Harder challenge¬†which has Schwab mentioned... Continue Reading →

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