For the love of all that’s holy, PLEASE read Natalie C. Parker’s SEAFIRE

My first piece for Tor.com (!!!) is a review of what’s possibly my favorite release of the summer: Natalie C. Parker’s Seafire, which came out yesterday from Razorbill. Caledonia Styx’s ship, the Mors Navis, is one of the only ships that still sails free from the rule of bloodthirsty warlord Aric Athair and his army of Bullets,Continue reading “For the love of all that’s holy, PLEASE read Natalie C. Parker’s SEAFIRE”

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Micro-Review: CHILDREN OF ICARUS by Caighlan Smith

I probably shouldn’t have expected much from a book that drew cover comparisons to The Hunger Games (which I hated) and The Maze Runner (which looks boring to me). The narrator of the book somehow managed to weave a web of lies and deceit, despite making no active decisions until the second half of theContinue reading “Micro-Review: CHILDREN OF ICARUS by Caighlan Smith”

New Review at Girls in Capes

I’m stoked about my newest review on Girls in Capes! Lois Lane: Fallout is a contemporary YA with a touch of sci-fi focusing on Superman’s love interest, Lois, as a high school student before she ever meets Clark Kent. It’s one of my favorite books I’ve read this year. I fangirled so hard that SwitchContinue reading “New Review at Girls in Capes”

New review at Girls in Capes: THE WALLED CITY by Ryan Graudin

I’ve got something new up at Girls in Capes! Today’s review is for the YA novel THE WALLED CITY by Ryan Graudin, which follows three teens — Dai, Jin, and Mei Yee — who live in the eponymous walled city of Hak Nam. While I absolutely loved this book, it took me three months (!)Continue reading “New review at Girls in Capes: THE WALLED CITY by Ryan Graudin”