Book Review – Secondborn

I absolutely loved Amy A Bartol’s Kricket series, so when I learned she had a new series out, I didn’t hesitate in snapping up the audiobook. And I wasn’t at all disappointed. It took me a couple of months to get through it—not because I found it boring, but because it was so addictive that… Continue reading Book Review – Secondborn

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Top Ten Tuesdays: Triangle Rejects of YA

The love triangle—such a classic trope of YA literature, and when done well it can lead to a really awesome read (check out Shatter Me, The Arcana Chronicles, Kricket, The Infernal Devices—just to name a few…). But sometimes the love triangle can be a little meh—it could be because the heroine chooses the wrong guy;… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesdays: Triangle Rejects of YA

Top Ten Tuesdays: NA and Adult Book Boyfriends

Continuing with my theme of favourite book boyfriends, this week I’m counting down my top ten book crushes in New Adult and Adult books. You might notice a couple of guys who could very well qualify for the YA list here, but as that list is well and truly jam-packed, I decided to use a… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesdays: NA and Adult Book Boyfriends

Giving credit where it’s due: Kresley Cole’s venture into slash fiction

Kresley Cole’s first Immortal’s After Dark book was published back in 2006—we’re now seventeen book in, and the most recent instalment, Shadow’s Seduction, has caused somewhat of a stir amongst fans of the series, solely for the fact that for the first time our heroes are both male. Some fans, myself included, celebrated when details… Continue reading Giving credit where it’s due: Kresley Cole’s venture into slash fiction

Autumn is coming…and so are these awesome books!

  Those of you in the northern hemisphere probably already know our seasons down here are reversed. What you may or may not know is that we don’t follow the solstice calendar like North America, we go by the first of the month like the UK. So for us, Autumn begins on March 1 and… Continue reading Autumn is coming…and so are these awesome books!