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Blogtober 2020 Reviews

The Bone Thief 💫 Spoiler Free Review 📚 Blogtober #3

Title: The Bone Thief
Author: Breeana Shields
Series: The Bone Charmer
Genre: YA Fantasy
Publication Date: May 26th, 2020
Pages: 375
Publishers: Page Street Kids
Rating:

5 Stars

Goodreads Synopsis

A deft exploration of the weight of grief and cost of revenge, Breeana Shields’s Bone Charmer duology reaches its spine-tingling conclusion in this high-octane fantasy-thriller.

Saskia returns to Ivory Hall to train in bone magic, determined to stop Latham from gaining the power of all three Sights—past, present, and future. But danger lurks within the fortress’s marrow. Trials are underway for the apprentices, and the tasks feel specifically engineered to torment Saskia, which is exactly what Latham wants.

As she grows increasingly more suspicious, her thirst for revenge becomes all-consuming. Together with the friends she can trust and the boy she loved in another lifetime, Saskia traces clues from Latham’s past to determine what he’ll do next. Their search leads them across Kastelia and brings them to a workshop housing a vast collection of horrors, including the bones Latham stole from Gran, and the knowledge that the future isn’t all that’s in jeopardy—but the past as well.

The Bone Thief Book Cover

I absolutely loved The Bone Charmer and you can find my spoiler free review for it HERE!

I think the thing I love the most about this series is the characters and the world. The magic system is extremely unique and I love learning about it and the world in general. The world building is amazing in this series and I find it very atmospheric especially when the MC is back in her home town. I enjoyed that we got to discover more of world in this book and explore new places.

As I said before I loved the characters but especially the main character. This book really shows the main characters struggles and her growing throughout the story because of what she goes through. I also really enjoyed how well her confusion was written when it comes to her dealing with the plot of book 1 (no spoilers here). I would have been disappointed if she just went straight back to life as usual as if nothing happened. So I’m glad that was done well. I do also enjoy the side characters and they are all very well fleshed out and realistic. Also I love the focus on friendship and really enjoyed the friend group in this book! There was a bit of romance but it was done well too given the circumstances. So, I’m not mad.

I also found this book extremely gripping. I read it in just a couple sittings and couldn’t put it down. It was very action packed and hooked me from the very beginning. There was also a good combination of fast paced action and slower paced world building & character development. Which made for an enjoyable experience.

Overall I really enjoyed The Bone Thief and book 1, The Bone Charmer, and I highly recommend checking them out! While I would love to read more following these characters or set in this world I also like that it’s a duology as that isn’t too common in YA Fantasy. I am also very keen to read Breeana Shields next book The Splendor which is set to release Fall 2021!


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September 📚 Wrap Up 💫Blogtober #2

It’s time for my September Wrap Up! While I did still read ## books this month I definitely felt like I was reading less than usual. Majority of the books I read were on audiobook because I have been super busy and just haven’t had the chance to sit down and read. I’m still happy with how much I read I just wish I had more time to physically read.
Anyway, let’s jump in!

Audiobooks

Even If We Break was a very interesting and creepy story! I read this one for the Bookopoly ReadAThon Challenge LGBT+ MC as this has a Trans MC as one of the POV and I enjoyed it! It was so gripping and atmospheric! I ended up rating this one 4 stars!

Dead Voices is the sequel to Small Spaces which is book 1 in a Middle Grade Horror series. This one is very fun but also very creepy and atmospheric. I love how unpredictable these books are and I really enjoy the characters and the villain is also super creepy. Dead Voices & Even If We Break have very similar vibes too because they are both horror set in a cabin/building in the middle of nowhere and they are trying to escape/survive. I rated Dead Voices 4 stars.

Rebel of the Sands was a reread for me and I enjoyed it just as much this time as I did the first time reading it. Rebel of the Sands was the first book I ever read and reviewed on this blog, so it’s been a while. It’s really action packed, lots of world building and I love the characters. I’m super keen to reread book 2, Traitor to the Throne, soon! I rated this one 4.5 stars this reread and I read it for the Animal on Cover Bookopoly ReadAThon challenge.

All Your Twisted Sisters was so good! I also highly recommend the audiobook for this one it was really well done. I had not heard anything about this book before picking it up but the cover intrigued me and I guessed that it was YA mystery which I was in the mood for. I was so surprised by how much I loved this book. It was VERY unpredictable and the big reveal at the end literally floored me. Amazing read! I rated this one 5 stars and read it for the Book featuring murder challenge for Bookopoly ReadAThon which is doesn’t quite fit but oh well.

Next Girl to Die is the first book in The Calderwood Cases series. This is a pretty standard detective mystery. I have been really into all mystery/thriller/horror lately so this was perfect. I did really enjoy it and it was unpredictable as well. It was nothing mind blowing but I would be interested in continuing the series someday and I rated it 4 stars. I read this one for the “girl” in title challenge for Bookopoly ReadAThon

Loveboat, Taipei was actually surprisingly good. I needed a book set in Asia for the Bookopoly ReadAThon and this one came up on Scribd so I decided to pick it up. I’m not huge into contemporary but I did enjoy this one in the end and rated in 4 stars.

Lastly we have Nick and Charlie which is a novella based on the characters from the Heartstopper Graphic Novels. These characters are just super cute and I love reading the graphic novels. This novel was a little less fluffy than the Graphic Novels but I did still enjoy it. I listened to the audiobook but also flipped along with the physical book as there is illustrations throughout which I love. I rated this one 5 stars!

Ever Cursed as actually really good! I had no idea what to expect from this one as I hadn’t heard any talk about it. It was a really interesting story with amazing characters and vivid world. I really enjoyed it and rated it 4 stars.

A Song Below Water was not what I was expecting. I wanted a siren story and while it started as that it didn’t end that way. The focus shifted from Tav to Effie and while I liked Effie I was more invested in Tav’s story. It was also just a little lacklustre, so I didn’t overall love it. I ended up rating this one 3.5 stars!

The Hate U Give was a reread for me and it’s the 3rd reread I have done. I love this story so damn much and still makes me cry every time! 5 stars for sure!!

Physical Reads

The Price Guide to the Occult was entertaining but had some problems. I did review this one so if you want to check that out you can find it HERE. I rated this one 3.5 stars.

Indigo Owl was amazing! I really enjoyed reading this one and loved the characters, world and plot! I also review this one as part of a Review Tour, so you can find that one HERE. I rated this one 4.5 stars and again a huge thank you to Wakefield Press & AusYABloggers for hosting the Review Tour and providing copies for review.

Graphic Novels

The Tea Dragon Festival is book 2 to The Tea Dragon Society and these graphic novels are amazing! The art work is gorgeous, the diversity is incredible & the story are just so fun and enjoyable. I love them and I can’t wait to pick up book 3, The Tea Dragon Tapestry. I really hope this is one of those series that they just keep adding more and more books because I am so down to read them all! I rated The Tea Dragon Festival 5 stars!

Misfit City Vol 1 & Vol 2 are both awesome! I would definitely read more books following these characters but unfortunately the series has wrapped up for now. These are super fun adventure stories about a group of diverse and badass females on the hunt for pirate treasure. It’s amazing and I love the art style as well. I rated both of these 4.5 stars.

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Blogtober 2020 Meme

Last Year I Was Reading… 💫 #4 📚 Blogtober #1

So, I’m joining a weekly feature that is kind of like a Throwback Thursday! Last Year I Was Reading… was created by ReadingMaria!

Take your current read and compare it to what you reading this exact time last year. Which one do you like better? What is different about the books? Any special facts/things you want to make note of or bring attention to? Be sure to link it back to my blog so I can see them!

This Year I Am Reading…

The Silence of Bones by June Hur

I am currently 30% into The Silence of Bones and I am super intrigued by the plot and very keen for the murder mystery to be revealed! I am really enjoying this one so far and hopefully that continues.

Last Year I Was Reading…

Tiger Queen by Annie Sullivan

Tiger Queen was good but also a very forgettable book. I remember liking it and I vaguely remember the big end scene but VAGUELY. I also remember that I didn’t review it straight away and left it a couple weeks and then literally couldn’t remember what I liked or disliked about. So yeah, definitely didn’t leave an impression.


I think I’m enjoying The Silence of Bones more than I did Tiger Queen. It’s a super engaging story and really dragging me in! So I’m loving it and keen to continue!

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Colour-A-Thon & October TBR

In October I have decided to join Colour-A-Thon which you can find on Twitter HERE! This is a team based ReadAThon and I have chosen Team Blue which means that ever book I read must have blue on the cover somewhere. There are also prompts to complete which I will talk about in my TBR! I will also be reading 2 books as Buddy Reads for The YA Book Nerds!

Read a book by a black author
Cinderella is Dead by Kalynn Bayron
Read a LGBTQ+ book
The Avant-Guards by Carly Usdin
Read a book that has one or more non-white characters
Dear Justyce by Nic Stone
Read a non fiction book

This is the only one I don’t really have a book for as I just don’t read or own any Non-Fiction books

Read a book set in Autumn
Pumpkinheads by Rainbow Rowell & Faith Erin Hicks

I really want to reread this one so perfect timing!

Read a horror/thriller
The Silence of Bones by June Hur

Buddy Reads

If you want to join the Buddy Reads for Salt to the Sea & The Inheritance Games you can join our Discord!
Mexican Gothic is the Buddy Read for the Kiki Patreon’s of Books with Chloe

Other books I want to read

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Review Tour 📚 Indigo Owl 💫 Spoiler Free Review

Title: Indigo Owl
Author: Charlie Archbold
Genre: YA Fantasy
Publication Date: September 1st, 2020
Pages: 317
Publishers: Wakefield Press
Rating:

4.5 Stars

Synopsis

After Earth was destroyed by climate change and overpopulation, private corporations colonised new planets. On one such planet, Galbraith,the fertility of its citizens is tightly controlled. But at what cost?

When Scarlet Bergen leaves her childhood home to be trained at the Arcadia Institute, harnessing her psychic Solitaire talents, it feels like the beginning of her future. But on the Institute steps, her father whispers a life-changing secret about the past. Her mother, a geneticist who disappeared when Scarlet was ten, had enemies …

Scarlet vows to discover the truth about her mother – and is joined in her mission by fellow cadets with their own family secrets and special talents: tech-savvy Rumi, a tenacious truth-hunter, and Dylan, the aloof classmate who can literally read her mind.

Together, they’ll uncover a planet-wide conspiracy … and discover that there’s little the Galbraith Executives won’t do to get what they want.

I really enjoyed Indigo Owl and was pleasantly surprised by the story. I have never read anything by Charlie Archbold, so I didn’t know what to expect but ended up really enjoying it!

Indigo Owl is a very engaging story that left me not wanting to put it down. I ended up reading it in 3 sittings but if I had the time to continue to sit and read I could have easily read this in one day. It was just so unpredictable and entertaining that it dragged me in and hooked me from the very beginning.

The story was fast paced and I felt like there were very few slower moments which definitely helped with how engaging it was as I just wanted to know what happened next all the time.
Even though it was fast paced I felt like there were still plenty of world building & character development too. I really enjoyed the world and loved learning about all the technological advancements this world had developed. I also feel like we got enough back story to really bring this world to life as well.

The characters were also very well written. All of them had distinct personalities and I loved seeing some of them grow throughout the story. I also really enjoyed the friendships that were focused on as well as the family relationships that were explored.

Overall I really enjoyed reading Indigo Owl and I am definitely curious to check out more by Charlie Archbold. Indigo Owl did end nicely but it also ended kinda of open, as if there is the possibility of a sequel. Which I hope is true because I would be very interested in reading more in this world and finding out what happens next!


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Last Year I Was Reading… 💫 #5 📚 Blogtober #8

So, I’m joining a weekly feature that is kind of like a Throwback Thursday! Last Year I Was Reading… was created by ReadingMaria!

Take your current read and compare it to what you reading this exact time last year. Which one do you like better? What is different about the books? Any special facts/things you want to make note of or bring attention to? Be sure to link it back to my blog so I can see them!

This Year I Am Reading…

This one is a reread for me! I’m rereading Salt to the Sea for a buddy read and I love it! It’s so emotional and interesting and I am just really loving reading this one again.

Last Year I Was Reading…

Illuminae by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff

Do I really need to mention my love for Illuminae?! Last Year I was rereading this baby for the 4th time. I think that about sums it up. Illuminae is amazing and I especially love the format & the audiobooks are incredible!


I’m going to have to go with Illuminae for this week. I do love Salt to the Sea but Illuminae just has a special place in my heart. Salt to the Sea is a very important story though and I highly recommend checking it out! Also both these books have incredible audiobooks and both have full cast narration as well!

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Last Year I Was Reading… #3

So, I’m joining a weekly feature that is kind of like a Throwback Thursday! Last Year I Was Reading… was created by ReadingMaria!

Take your current read and compare it to what you reading this exact time last year. Which one do you like better? What is different about the books? Any special facts/things you want to make note of or bring attention to? Be sure to link it back to my blog so I can see them!

This Year I Am Reading…

A Song Below Water by Bethany C. Morrow

I am currently 114 pages into A Song Below Water for a buddy read and really enjoying it. There hasn’t been tonnes of action or anything yet as it’s mostly been world building & showing the characters but I am still enjoying it. I love that the author has mixed the hate & fear of Sirens in with Black culture. Which is of course an important topic at the moment! So far I am loving how this book is dealing with certain topics and I’m keen to really get into the plot.

Last Year I Was Reading…

Immunity by Erin Bowman

Immunity was actually super disappointing even if it was a pretty decent book. Immunity is book 2 to Contagion which I absolutely LOVED! It is an extremely creepy sci-fi that literally had me on the edge of my seat and I read in 1 day! While Immunity was a decent book and action packed and fun it just did not live up to Contagion. Immunity was good but Immunity was AMAZING. So disappointing but a good book.


For comparison I am definitely enjoying A Song Below Water right now more than I was enjoying Immunity last year thanks to that disappointment. If Immunity was on the same level as Contagion then it would definitely be higher ranking but it just didn’t live up to it.

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October 📚 Most Anticipated Releases

Today I will be talking about the books that I am keen for that are releasing in October 2020! I only have a few this month, so let’s jump in.

6th October

Kingdom of Sea and Stone by Mara Rutherford

Firstly we have Kingdom of Sea and Stone which is the sequel to Crown of Coral and Pearl which I read as an eARC and LOVED! I am super keen to get my hands on this one and see what happens next in this series.
Crown of Coral and Pearl follows Nor who lives on town on the ocean. The most beautiful girl in the town is intended to marry the crown prince which will likely with Zadie, Nor’s twin sister. Until Zadie is gravely injured and Nor is sent in her place. There are a lot more secrets and lies than expected and Nor has to navigate this to save her town.

Over the Woodward Wall by A. Deborah Baker

Next we have Over the Woodward Wall which is the first book in a new Middle Grade series. This cover definitely what caught my eye but the synopsis also sounds super fun. I’m also into more fun kind of reads at the moment and I feel like this would be perfect for that.
Over the Woodward Wall follows two points of view, Avery who is very precise & Zib who is very unpredictable. They accidentally find themselves in a new world after climbing over a stone wall and they must find themselves and each other in order to return to their own world.

13th October

A Golden Fury by Samantha Cohoe

A Gold Fury is one I have an eARC for so I’m hoping to get to it in the coming weeks! This is a standalone YA Historical Fantasy and again the cover definitely interested me for this one. It also sounds really good so I am definitely keen to read it soon!
A Golden Fury follows Thea who longs to be an Alchemist. Thea and her mother are attempting to create a Philosopher’s Stone but then before they are finished her mother destroys it. Thea then learns that the stone is cursed and will send anyone who attempts to create it insane.

Beyond the Ruby Veil by Mara Fitzgerald

Beyond the Ruby Veil is another one with a super interesting cover and it actually gives me Alice in Wonderland vibes with the red rose in the corner. I don’t believe it’s related though. This one is the first book in a new YA fantasy series. There is also LGBT+ representation so I am definitely keen for that!

A dark, queer YA fantasy that’s perfect for fans of the Three Dark Crowns series and Wicked Saints. After Emanuela Ragno kills the one person in Occhia who can create water, she must find a way to save her city from dying of thirst.

20th October

Among the Beasts & Briars by Ashley Poston

I love Ashley Poston’s work, so of course this is on my October Anticipate Releases!! Among the Beasts & Briars is a standalone YA Fantasy and I am so keen! I’m really interested to read this one because so far Ashley Poston has not released a Fantasy so I am so curious to see what world se creates!

In Among the Beasts & Briars we follow Cerys who is the daughter of a gardener for the royal palace. She is forced to flee after dangers enter the kingdom from the woods. It is up to her & her companions, a small fox, a powerful bear & her own magic, to find the Lady of the Wilds and save her Kingdom.

27th October

Kingdom of the Wicked by Kerri Maniscalco

Lastly we have Kingdom of the Wicked. While I am keen to read this one I’m also a little worried as I didn’t love the Stalking Jack the Ripper series as a whole. I really enjoyed the first 2 books but as the romance overtook the plot in the last two books I started loosing interest. I loved the first two books for the mystery but the mystery ended up feeling like a side plot in the last two books which was super disappointing. I’m worried the same thing will happen here as there is ‘an intoxicating romance’ according to the synopsis…
Kingdom of the Wicked follows Emilia who is a Streghe, a witch. She finds her twin sister brutally murdered and sets out to seek vengeance. She meets Wrath, a Prince of Hell who claims to be on her side.

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Well those are the books I am super keen for that release in October! Are you keen for any of these or what other book are you most looking forward to?
I’m definitely looking forward to Kingdom of Sea and Salt the most!


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Last Year I Was Read… 📚 #2

So, I’m joining a weekly feature that is kind of like a Throwback Thursday! Last Year I Was Reading… was created by ReadingMaria!

Take your current read and compare it to what you reading this exact time last year. Which one do you like better? What is different about the books? Any special facts/things you want to make note of or bring attention to? Be sure to link it back to my blog so I can see them!

This Year I Am Reading…

Misfit City: Vol 2 by Kirsten Smith, Kurt Lustgarten & Naomi Franquiz

This year I am reading Misfit City: Vol 2 and loved it! The Misfit City Graphic Novels are so fun, kinda creepy and full of action. I have loved the whole thing and just had so much fun reading them!

Last Year I Was Reading…

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.K. Rowling

This time last year I was listening to the audiobook of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. This was of course a reread for me and I obviously love this book!


It’s hard to compare anything to Harry Potter, so while I did love Misfit City, of course I loved Harry Potter more. Harry Potter is my all time favourite series, so it doesn’t really compare. I do highly recommend Misfit City though!!

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Top Ten Tuesday 💫 Upcoming Releases with Gorgeous Covers

Yes, I am jumping back on the Top Ten Tuesday band wagon but it may not be every week. I’m just planning on jumping in when I enjoy the prompt of the week. So these will be pretty random.

Top Ten Tuesday is a monthly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish but now lives at The Artsy Reader Girl and you can find all the info and upcoming prompts Here.

Prompt: Cover Freebie (choose your own topic, centered on book covers or cover art)

These books aren’t all ones I’ve read or even ones I’m interested in reading. They are simply gorgeous covers!


1. Belle Révolte by Linsey Miller

2. The Sound of Stars by Alechia Dow

3. A Phoenix First Must Burn (Anthology) edited by Patrice Caldwell

4. Fable by Adrienne Young

5. Dark and Deepest Red by Anna-Marie McLemore

6. Dating Makes Perfect by Pintip Dunn

7. Dust by Kara Swanson

8. Girl, Serpent, Thorn by Melissa Bashardoust

9. Traitor by Amanda McCrina

10. Goddess in the Machine by Lora Beth Johnson

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What is your favourite cover that released in 2020?


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