Review: Klaw: The First Cycle

When I first saw Klaw: The First Cycle, what immediately drew me in was the cover. While being immensely minimalistic, there was just something captivating about the sharpness of the tiger and the young man. There was a magic behind it that lured me towards its contents with great interest. When I was offered an…

Review: Beautiful Redemption

Beautiful Redemption was somewhat of a shock for me. After my disappointing experience with the third installment, Beautiful Chaos, I had extremely low expectations of what was to come with the finale, however. Everything that I disliked (or hated) about book three, seems to have been remedied in book four! In the previous novel, Ethan…

Review: I, Ripper: A Novel

Jack the Ripper is a worldwide phenomenon, even one-hundred twenty-eight years later. The gruesome murders that he committed, the visceral portraits of scarlet and flesh that adorned walls and alleys, continue to fascinate and terrify here in the 21st century. The fact that he has never been caught just adds more glamour to his immortality.…

February Bookcase.Club UNBOXING!

I did it, I finally sucked it up and signed up for a monthly subscription box! I used to be subscribed to Loot Crate, but in all honesty, it just never felt like my money was being used for something worthwhile. After two months, I nicked that weed for good. Shortly afterwards, this subscription gimmick…

Review: Koko Takes a Holiday

How do I even begin a review for a book like this? I mean, seriously, there was so much…vibrancy within the three-hundred-forty some odd pages that I’m at a loss for creative introductions. While the author, Kieran Shea, claims that this is his first novel (publications in literary magazines aside) I feel the need to…