It's #YAFriday and this week we're highlighting books that fans of The Good Place--a philosophical comedy about life, death, and ethics--might enjoy. Whether you're looking for fantasy, sci-fi, quirky humor, or an exploration of mortality we have a book for you.
The Starless Crown By James Rollins I received an ARC of The Starless Crown from Macmillan-Tor/Forge in exchange for an honest review. James Rollins is best known as a writer of thrillers, but The Starless Crown is far from his first foray into fantasy: he previously wrote The Banned and the Banished series and the … [Read More]
Cytonic By Brandon Sanderson I received an ARC of Cytonic from Random House Children’s Books in exchange for an honest review. The third volume in Sanderson’s Skyward series picks up exactly where Starsight left off, with Spensa entering the Nowhere; although the story continues uninterrupted, Sanderson again switches genres, which has proven to be the … [Read More]
It's YAFriday and we're sharing books about love. This weekend is supposed to be chilly and icy--perfect for curling up with a YARomCom--from a story about Olympic Figure skating rivals, to contemporary retelling of a Russian classic, to a love story about teens working at rival Pho restaurants, to book about the struggles of "dating … [Read More]
The God Is Not Willing By Steven Erikson I received an ARC of The God Is Not Willing from Macmillan-Tor/Forge in exchange for an honest review. Ten years after The Crippled God—both in real life and in the chronology of the Malazan world—Steven Erikson returns to the continent of Genabackis to reckon with … [Read More]
Year of the Reaper By Makiia Lucier I received an ARC of Year of the Reaper from Clarion Books in exchange for an honest review. I didn’t know what to expect from Year of the Reaper. I had never read anything by Makiia Lucier before, but I am always eager to find out what an … [Read More]
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