Flow has been in my TBR since 2018 and I am glad I finally started it. I enjoyed reading this slow-burn dystopian YA book with promising characters.
These Violent Nights is more of a metaphor for a world filled with inequalities, the oppressed, and the oppressors.
The Gift of Dragons is a neatly packaged fantasy that you can pick up if you’re in the mood for a clean YA fantasy.
The idea of The Urban Boys is highly commendable and something with great potential to explore more.
Blue Shadow Legacy is a fitting culmination to an exciting trilogy in the world of chimera.
Princess Ever After is a YA Fantasy and the fifth and final book in the Rosewood Chronicles.
Blessed Monsters had me hooked from the start. It felt like walking the last leg of a long and tiresome journey. And the whole trilogy was one long journey.
For the Wolf is your winning formula for a dark fantasy. It has passion, love and courage fueled in its characters, both the protagonists and the sidekicks.
Why would a fantasy like Crooked Kingdom which is a story about the common people interest everyone?
The Enchanted got me hooked with a very appealing beginning and the whole folklore kind of story telling.