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Month: November 2018

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#NonFicNov Wrap-Up

I’ve not really kept up with my Non-Fiction November this year but I did read four non-fiction books and I wrote two reviews. I promise the rest of them will be up next month when I have more time. This…

Fantasy, Translation

Vita Nostra

Read The World: Ukraine Sasha Samokhina is a straight A student looking forward to going to university. When on holiday with her single mother a strange man starts to follow her. He sets her a challenge to repeat every day,…

Fantasy

The Mortal Word

The Mortal Word is the fifth book in the Invisible Library series therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous books. The dragons and the fae are considering a peace treaty, but the talks are disrupted by the murder…

5 Star, Non-Fiction

East of Croydon

Since it’s Nonfiction November I should probably share some non-fiction reviews! East of Croydon follows Sue Perkins on her travels around Asia whilst filming documentaries for the BBC. It also covers her father’s terminal cancer and coming to terms with…

Science Fiction

Planetfall

It all started with a seed. Planetfall reminded me in some ways of Annihilation, but less weird and more human. Ren is a 3D-printer engineer on a colony at the base of a mysterious alien structure called God’s City. Twenty-two…

Fantasy

Empire of Sand

Mehr is the daughter of two cultures, half noble Ambhan, half heathen Amrithi. She lives with her father, a governor, her step-mother and her little sister. For her’s sister’s sake, she tried to follow the wishes of her father but…