The Electric Heir features two people’s perspectives in the aftermath of a successful coup by their mentor, someone who is not who he seems. One who knows firsthand what what his mentor is capable of. Another who has forgotten. The Electric Heir is a gripping conclusion filled with politics, military strategy, magic, and mind-games. Thank […]
Storm of the East interweaves the narrative of two offspring of people in power who are thrust into situations. Two people who could have been friends and lovers on opposite sides of a war. Filled with court politics and military strategy, Storm from the East is an excellent follow-up to Hathaway’s debut. Thank you for […]
Ink in the Blood is a complex and unique exploration of faith, morality, and freedom. It follows Celia and Anya, two sixteen-year-old inkling in the service of the Profeta who seeks to escape the insidious religious institution she serves by joining a traveling theatre group. Yet in doing so, she finds herself in the hands of those she sought to escape from.
Jane Anonymous follows the story of Jane, a seventeen-year-old who was held captive for seven months. Everyone expects her to be the same after returning home but Jane is not sure who she is, much less who is she supposed to be.
She’s With Me is an entertaining read about a teenager who transfers to a new school to run from her problems, only to find that trouble still manages to find her. She finds more than she expected whens she breaks her own rule of not getting involved and not drawing attention to herself. Thank you […]
Loveboat, Taipei manages to be a book about finding romance in unlikely places, parental and self-imposed expectations, being part of a diaspora, and being true to oneself. Both though-provoking and entertaining, you’ll find yourself invested before you know it. Thank you for Fantastic Flying Book Club for allowing me to be a part of this blog […]
Happy publication month to C. G. Drews, better known by the bookstagram community as Paperfury! This amazing blogger and author has just recently released her second book, The Boy Who Steals Houses, out into the world. It’s an #ownvoices YA Contemporary genderbent retelling of Goldilocks with autism and anxiety representation. C. G. Drews has been a writing […]