Guys. Guys. This series is SUCH a rollercoaster and I can’t wait to tell you about it. It does go into spoilers about halfway through, but I’ll warn you in the video when that happens. I just had so much to talk about, I couldn’t avoid it. Let’s get going!
Wherein Michaela and I review Wicked Beauty by Katee Robert, a book they both enjoyed very much.
This is probably more books than should have been in one review, but these two five-book series by Bec McMaster are connected and ALSO my review is based on how they relate to each other. (Hint: the first series is okay, the second is SUCH an improvement.) Sorry, this is so long, but here we go!
Wherein Michaela and I review Iron Widow. We did in fact like this book, even though we are a bit critical of it. Give it some grace as it is a debut and look forward to the sequel coming in 2023.
Wherein we discuss our Second Chance book from last year and why it was the perfect choice for this challenge. We may have a difference of opinion when it comes to the ending … and there is a bit of a joke towards the end that we hope makes you smile!
This is very chatty and kind of all over the place, but I’m having some issues reading a genre I used to love above all others and it’s really throwing me for a loop. Enjoy, I guess?
Wherein Michaela and I review this brand new stand alone young adult fantasy book for you. Spoiler Alert: We liked it and think you should read it for sure.
Wherein Michaela and I test a new format, slightly less structured and definitely longwinded but feels better when discussing three books at once. We also talk about the Hades X Persephone series by Scarlet St Claire and how we definitely did read them all … even if they were not our favorite books.
This story has existed in the world for a bit … as an Audible exclusive. This is its first time in print and my first time reading it, but I wouldn’t miss Roshani for anything! Let’s see how this goes.
After Realm Breaker let me down, I was so scared that Brigid Kemmerer’s new series might do the same. Thankfully, I can say it did NOT! I loved it, and I can’t wait to tell you why.