review

  • review: the lives of saints by leigh bardugo

    Jasmin January 27, 2021

    As a massive fan of both the Grishaverse and mythology/lore, it was only a matter of time until I needed to get my hands on Leigh Bardugo’s The Lives of Saints, the latest book set in said universe. Described as a beautiful collection of tales of saints directly out of the Grishaverse with stunning full-colour illustrations of said stories, this book promised to be a fast, yet delightful read. You…

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  • blog tour: iron heart by nina varela

    Jasmin September 11, 2020

    One of my favourite reads this year was Crier’s War by Nina Varela. It’s own voices and features political systems and their flaws, humanity (and what makes persons human), LGBTQ+ representation and found family. Thanks to Caffeine Book Tours I get to be a part…

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  • review: crier’s war by nina varela

    Jasmin June 14, 2020

    Crier wanted to study her like a map. Draw an easy path between all the specific yet scattered points of her. To be honest, I don’t even know how to start this review of Crier’s War by Nina Varela or if I’ll ever be able…

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  • arc review: a song below water by bethany c. morrow

    Jasmin May 11, 2020

    I knew it was a difficult life. I knew it was difficult for people other than me. I also knew they were allowed to say so and I wasn’t. A Song Below Water follows Tavia and Effie. Two sisters, not by blood, but sisters nonetheless.…

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  • arc review: sisters of sword and song by rebecca ross

    Jasmin May 8, 2020

    I would sing with you until the end of days. I would sing with you until my bones turned to dust. Strong sisterly love. Ancient Greece. New myths, gods and goddesses. Fighting girls. Writing girls. Fallen gods. Magic and singing. Now imagine all of this…

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