SPFBO Finalist Review: Sowing by Angie Grigaliunas

Hi everyone! Surprise surprise, I'm still alive. I took some time off from book blogging, but with award season fast approaching, I think it's time I dusted off this old blog and started doing reviews for all these exciting books and seeing what the fuss is about. My current plan is to read and review … Continue reading SPFBO Finalist Review: Sowing by Angie Grigaliunas

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Review: Queen of Crows by Myke Cole

I received a free ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. And, in the grand tradition of being the worst book blogger ever, I procrastinated finishing it until, you know, the actual book was already out. I'm not sure what about this book made it take so long to get through. It's … Continue reading Review: Queen of Crows by Myke Cole

Review: Liesmith by Alis Franklin

I've been in something of a reading slump lately, my poor, poor neglected review blog. After DNFing more books than I care to admit, I finally picked Liesmith up on a whim, and completely devoured it. Plot Awkward gamer nerd Sigmund Sussman is not particularly happy at his boring IT job, and spends his days … Continue reading Review: Liesmith by Alis Franklin

Morgan Reviews Romance: An End to Summer by Diana Rose Wilson

I should open this with the disclaimer that I do not normally review romance. I love sci-fi and fantasy novels with romance in them. Sometimes, I'll read Romance-with-a-capital-R, under the covers, where no one can see. But it's not something I usually mark as read on Goodreads, much less write a full review. At this … Continue reading Morgan Reviews Romance: An End to Summer by Diana Rose Wilson

Review: The Days of Tao by Wesley Chu

This is a novella starring the son of the main protagonists from Chu's Tao trilogy. If you haven't read that trilogy, you probably won't get as much enjoyment out of this story, but it does still function well-enough as a standalone. Plot Since the earliest days of our evolution, humanity has been guided and sometimes … Continue reading Review: The Days of Tao by Wesley Chu