My Journey As A Reader

As a young child I was always an avid reader. I spent lunch in the small library in my school. I constantly read books in secret at night, there was never a time I wasn’t reading. My story begins at a young age when my ability to read was question Advertisements

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Review: The City of Brass

There are few books I gush about, the list is actually under five. But let’s say welcome to one of the best books of 2017. Thank you to Harper Voyager for providing me a copy so I can give it an honest review.

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Review: The Alchemists of Loom

This was a book of choice for my diverse fantasy reading club a while ago and I barely finished/started like two weeks ago. So it’s about time that I finally write a review about it especially since the next one of it’s series comes out in December. Page Count: 395 Genre: Fantasy Author: Elise Kova […]

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What is Magical Realism?

This post was long coming ever since people decide to call TRC and others magical realism. Here I will cover elements of magical realism, it’s importance, what other genres can fit your fav, and some recommendations.

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Review: And I Darken

I’m not much of a historical fantasy reader. It’s not something I desperately look for in a book and I honestly rather read a fantasy set in a fantasy world. But wow, And I Darken by Kiersten White is making me doubt myself.

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Review: Rosemarked

ARC review of Rosemarked provided by Netgalley for an honest review Page Count: 400 Genre: Fantasy Author: Livia Blackburne Release Date: November 7th Synopsis: A healer who cannot be healed . . . When Zivah falls prey to the deadly rose plague, she knows it’s only a matter of time before she fully succumbs. Now […]

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Review: The Language Of Thorns

As to be expected, the moment Leigh announced of this books existence I was already planning on getting my hands on it. Each day the release of this book grew closer and they teased us more and more with its art and stories. As an avid fan of the grishaverse this is what my honest […]

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Books, Feminism, and White Feminism

Before I begin white feminism does not mean feminists who are white. White feminism is when a so called feminist excludes or simply ignores various aspects that are integral to being a true feminist. It’s simply a watered down version of actual feminism and it just looks to help if in the end it benefits […]

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