This book is BEAUTIFUL. I’m kicking myself for not writing my review as soon as I finished it, because now of course my memory is failing me and I can’t provide the detail I would like.
But I loved the original storyline, descriptive writing and the ruminations explored throughout. So prepare yourself for my analytical brain to go into overdrive on this one, because there is so much I want to talk about! Continue Reading
Where to even begin with The Starless Sea… a miscellany of imagination, this is the kind of book I love to get lost in. And in this case, by lost I mean quite literally I had no idea what was going on. Yet somehow, it all still made sense. It’s a mind-blowing feat of make-believe. Continue Reading
Not gonna lie, I was a little disappointed with this one. After reading The Gracekeepers and absolutely loving it, I thought I’d give The Gloaming a try. It had the same nautical, mystical atmosphere, but the plot just didn’t grab me at all. Continue Reading
Do you ever wonder what your life could have been like if you’d taken a different path? If you’d just made a different decision in a fleeting moment, where would you have ended up? I do, all the damn time. I’m always overthinking my choices and wondering if I made the ‘right’ one. The Midnight Library is a fiction novel moonlighting as a self-help book, telling you everything you need to hear about why you should stop focusing on your regrets and just keep moving forward. Continue Reading
“It is at the moments when the doors open, when things flow between the worlds, that stories happen.”
I read this novel at a time when all I needed was to escape and submerge myself in a whole other world. And boy did this deliver – with multiple worlds, actually. The Ten Thousand Doors of January is a beautifully written adventure that highlights the wonder hidden behind doors, if we’re just willing to open them.