Tag: Netgalley

  • Nettle & Bone by T. Kingfisher

    Published by: Tor BooksPublication Date: 26 Apr 2022Genre: FantasyPages: 245Source: NetGalleyDate Read: 23 Mar 2022      Thank you NetGalley, T. Kingfisher and Macmillan-Tor/Forge, for allowing me the opportunity to read this e-arc.       I loved this book so so much. It has a bone dog (wish I could make one of my own), magical godmothers, women…

  • The Children on the Hill by Jennifer McMahon

    Published by: Gallery/Scout PressPublished Date: 26 Apr 2022Genre: Mystery & ThrillersPages: 338Source: NetGalleyDate Read: 18 Mar 2022      Thank you NetGalley, Jennifer McMahon, and Gallery Books for allowing me the opportunity to read this e-arc.       This is a slow burn mystery alternating between two separate timelines, 1970’s and 2019, and told mainly between Vi and…

  • What Moves the Dead by T. Kingfisher

    Published by: Tor NightfirePublication Date: 12 Jul 2022Genre: FantasyPages: 165Source: NetGalleyDate Read: 17 Feb 2022      I have been a fan of T. Kingfisher for a few books now and this book just strengthens the feeling. There’s a scene in which a rabbits lung is described and it was one of my first thoughts this morning.…

  • Weep, Woman, Weep by Maria DeBlassie

          Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for providing this e-arc in exchange for an honest review.      I enjoyed this story very much. I don’t know if it’s because I was also reading “The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep” at the same time, but I at moments felt a really deep connection with Mercy and…

  • A Lullaby for Witches by Hester Fox

          Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for providing this e-arc. All opinions are my own.      When I first saw this title, I was pretty excited to request it. I had enjoyed “The Pale Orphan of Cemetery Hill”. Matter of fact, it had broken me from a reading slump. So when I was approved for…

  • The Bone Maker by Sarah Beth Durst

          This is hands down the best book I have read this year. I loved it so much! There’s so much story and adventure packed into this book, that by the midway point, it felt that other books would have just been ending. There is not a single bit of boring storytelling in this, and…

  • The Haunting of Beatrix Greene

          Around 100 pages, this little book packs a nice scary punch. The story telling is centered around Beatrix a phony medium, Harry her oldest friend, James the disbeliever, Amanda Reynolds, and Stanhope. James hires Beatrix to spend one night in Ashbury Manor, a home infamous for the killings that occurred there.       I enjoyed…