Storm Glass (Harbinger #1) by Jeff Wheeler: Plenty o’ Potential Lost via Uninspired Clichés & One-Dimensional Characters – Book Review (Fantasy)

Storm Glass by Jeff Wheeler is a fantasy novel and the first instalment in the Harbinger series. The book came highly recommended to me via other fantasy reading friends, which prompted me to check it out from the library. However, shortly afterwards I discovered it on sale for a couple of dollars (the Kindle edition),…

Library Loot #19: Epic & High Fantasies

Fantasy is a beautiful genre. It can be filled with wonder and magic as equally as it can be jam-packed with horror and madness. Similarly to science-fiction, there are no bounds that cannot be reached with fantasy so long as the mind is capable of conjuring it into existence. I think this is why these…

Weekend Reads #30: Fantasy of All Sorts!

As I sit here, looking over my stack of books to stuff into this post, I’ve come to realise that the vast majority of them are fantasy novels of various sorts! This makes me rather happy because fantasy is one of my most beloved genres, and I feel I haven’t read nearly enough from said…

February’s Reading Wrap-Up (2018)

Good afternoon, mates! I hope you all had a good weekend and I wish you a lovely week ahead! Today, I will finally be sharing my reading wrap-up for February. While I was not able to devour as many books as I originally wanted to, and most of the ones I tried were terrible things,…

Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson – A Book Review

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…

Uprooted by Naomi Novik – 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…