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Review | The Bone Witch

Review | The Bone Witch

“Tea,” the figure said. But then it smiled, and it was Fox’s smile, quiet and kind. The Bone Witch is slow to start. The worldbuilding is great, I love the world building and the descriptions are lovely. However, not a lot happens and it drags for a while in the middle before finally getting to the plot in the last ten to fifteen percent of the book. There is so much world building; there’s so much information on the cities, and […]

Posted 29 July, 2017
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Review | If We Were Villains

Review | If We Were Villains

It’s been days and I’m still not over this book; I think everyone at work is sick of me recommending it, but it’s really good okay. If We Were Villains switches between present time, where Oliver has finally been released from prison, and his past at Dellecher Classical Conservatory. The characters lives are entrenched in Shakespeare that sometimes, even for them, it’s hard to tell where one of them ends and the role begins. They swap lines like barbs, and the […]

Posted 22 July, 2017
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Review | This Savage Song

Review | This Savage Song

There are a lot of times to hate switching points of view; This Savage Song is not one of them. Both Kate and August are interesting characters with different and similar ambitions. In the end, it’s about living how they like. This book was an easy read, and I couldn’t put it down. Even when Kate and August weren’t interacting, the differences in the ways they thought and their experiences kept me reading, and I was interested in seeing the tension […]

Posted 12 July, 2017
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