It’s been a while since I read a short story collection, let alone a book of fairy tale retellings, but it’s undoubtedly my favourite genre of short…… Read more “Review: The Starlit Wood, eds. Dominik Parisien and Navah Wolfe”
While these days I have a strong preference for diverse & modern fantasy and sci-fi books, at the end of the day, I’m still the worst kind…… Read more “First Chapter Thoughts: ‘The Stranger’ by Albert Camus”
What does it mean to start over? What does it mean to reset the system, to reboot the software of your own mind? Vanessa Maki’s powerful poetry…… Read more “Review: “press ctrl – alt – delete” by Vanessa Maki”
I did my first chapter impressions of this book a little while ago, and now that I’ve finished, can I just say: Wow. I’m going to break tradition…… Read more “Review: FleshTrap by Magen Cubed”
Anybody who’s reading my reviews knows that I adore unconventional books. Literature is not a fixed medium; it’s fluid, changeable, always evolving. For that reason, I adored reading A…… Read more “Review: A History of Glitter and Blood by Hannah Moskowitz”
Jeff Vandermeer is probably best known for his Southern Reach Trilogy, which I have yet to read. However, I picked up Borne at the library a little while ago…… Read more “Review: Borne by Jeff Vandermeer”
My thoughts on the first chapter of FleshTrap by Magen Cubed!