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Month: July 2021

Historical Fiction

Hamnet

In 1596, young Judith comes down with a fever and lumps around her neck. Her twin brother Hamnet goes for help, but no one will come. Their mother Agnes is tending her bees, and their father is away in London….

New Releases

On My Radar: August

Another month, another batch of books to drool over. I cannot wait for As Good as Dead and I’ve already read and reviewed A Master of Djinn and The Rookery. Oh and bonus mention for the Labyrinth Tarot Deck! Excuse…

Crime Fiction

Lock Every Door

Jules has lost her job, boyfriend and apartment when she is offered a job that appears too good to be true. The Bartholomew is the most elusive of all Manhattanโ€™s expensive buildings, and sheโ€™s going to get paid to house…

5 Star, Fantasy

A Master of Djinn

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book free of charge for review purposes only. Receipt of a book does not guarantee a review or endorsement. My reviews are my honest opinion and are not biased for the purpose of…

Young Adult

Ace of Spades

Niveus Private Academy is an elite private school, where their students get the best start to life that money can buy. Chiamaka and Devon are the only two black kids at the school, but they couldnโ€™t be more different, one…

Fantasy

The Rookery

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book free of charge for review purposes only. Receipt of a book does not guarantee a review or endorsement. My reviews are my honest opinion and are not biased for the purpose of…

5 Star, General Fiction

Migrations

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book free of charge for review purposes only. Receipt of a book does not guarantee a review or endorsement. My reviews are my honest opinion and are not biased for the purpose of…