Book Review: Silk Fire by Zabé Ellor

Book Review: Silk Fire by Zabé Ellor

Koré is a male courtesan in a world where men are lesser, but he plans to use his skills and connections to make sure his awful father doesn't get the position of leadership he wants. But when Koré is given dragon magic, starts falling for two people whose love he's not sure he's worthy of, fights against necromancy, and learns of various political secrets, things get even more...
 
Quick Reviews: The Remaking of Corbin Wale // My Christmas Spirit // Christmas Spirit // The Vet’s Christmas Familiar // A Christmas Carriage Ride

Quick Reviews: The Remaking of Corbin Wale // My Christmas Spirit // Christmas Spirit // The Vet’s Christmas Familiar // A Christmas Carriage Ride

I've got some more holiday book reviews! I know, I know, I've done a lot of Christmas posts this year, and I might still do one or two more quick reviews, but I'll be getting back to the usual stuff soon. Anyway, most of these are about Christmas, but one is more about general holidays with a bit of Hanukkah. Most are m/m. One is a collection of short stories. And yes, two have the words...
 
Quick Reviews: Catching Echoes // Tangled Echoes // Unleashing Echoes

Quick Reviews: Catching Echoes // Tangled Echoes // Unleashing Echoes

For this quick review post, I have another complete series to review. This time the Reconstructionist series by Meghan Ciana Doidge. It's part of the Dowser series world, but it's probably possible to read just these if you want to. These books have my favorite character from the Dowser series as more of a main character. Anyway, here are my thoughts and links to the full...
 
Quick Reviews: The Cruel Prince // The Wicked King // The Queen of Nothing // King of Elfhame

Quick Reviews: The Cruel Prince // The Wicked King // The Queen of Nothing // King of Elfhame

This time for my quick reviews I have the Folk of the Air series by Holly Black! (Minus The Lost Sisters, which will be in a separate post since it's a short story.) If you haven't heard of it, it's a YA series about a human raised in the fae realm. I know this is an unpopular opinion, but I wasn't a big fan. I was probably being a bit nice with my 3.5 star ratings, now that I think back on it,...
 
Book Review: Shatter Me (Shatter Me Book 1) by Tahereh Mafi [Audiobook]

Book Review: Shatter Me (Shatter Me Book 1) by Tahereh Mafi [Audiobook]

At 14, Juliette was taken from her parents and eventually left to rot in an asylum because her touch has the power to kill people. Years later, she's given the chance at a better life, in exchange for becoming a weapon of torture, and she'll have to decide if she's willing to pay that price or if she'd rather take her chances on the run with the only boy who's ever shown her...