One of things that is guaranteed to make me re-read a book are genuinely fantastic friendships. Maybe it’s because my family consists of my friends; people who have shared a shattered road of obstacles with me since we were wee, little youngsters. A lot of my favourite platonic relationships in books and anime tend to…… Continue reading Favourite Bookish Bromances!
Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson is a young adult fantasy re-telling of the Peter Pan story, originally written by J.M. Barrie. Told from the perspective of a tiny faerie named Tinker Belle, the book is about a young adolescent Indigenous girl named Tiger Lily. Viewed as an outcast, Tiger Lily is a very lonely…… Continue reading Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson – A Book Review
Military science-fiction is a genre that I enjoy when it’s written well. I love intricate strategies and tactical based battles when I read from this specific genre. It has been very difficult to find books that fit this concept, so I have avoided military SF for quite a long time. Yet, a couple months ago…… Continue reading Dauntless (The Lost Fleet #1) by Jack Campbell – A Book Review
Planetes is a seinen, science-fiction manga series that is written and illustrated by Makoto Yukimura (Vinland Saga). It follows a small group of astronauts who are tasked with keeping near-Earth’s orbit clean of debris. In the four volumes of the series, or two omnibus editions, we get familiarised with the individuals who are doing the…… Continue reading Planetes by Makoto Yukimura – A Manga Review
For most of my life, I have been an adult literature kind of person. But then I read a couple of young adult books and really began enjoying that genre. The same occurred with middle-grade when I read the Percy Jackson & the Olympians series by Rick Riordan last year. I realised that as an…… Continue reading The Menagerie by Tui T. Sutherland & Kari Sutherland – A Book Review
Stand-alone fantasy novels seem to be rare finds. It seems like everything has a sequel or a saga attached to it nowadays. While there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that, it does feel nice to occasionally be able to read a book without needing a long-term commitment; a book that gives you everything you can obtain…… Continue reading Uprooted by Naomi Novik – A Book Review
Today I’m here in an effort to start something new as a content creator and avid watcher of anime: to create monthly watchlists of finished titles! Over the past few years, I have accumulated quite a large pile of anime collections, most that I have not seen yet. But every season, more and more shows…… Continue reading September Anime Watchlist!