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Literary, Science Fiction

Klara and the Sun

Klara awaits her turn in the window, an opportunity to soak in the nourishment from the Sun. Klara is an Artificial Friend, AIs designed to be companions to children. She’s an older model, so has spent some time in the store, with her friend, Rosa….

List, Top Ten

Top Ten: Spring TBR

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. It definitely feels like spring is upon us, occasional bouts of weather warm enough to sit outside in, cheery daffodils round every corner and cherry blossom floating down from above. What that means for my…

Science Fiction

The Edge

The Edge is the third book in the Anomaly Quartet by James Smythe and while I have tried to write this review without spoilers, it may inadvertently include some for the previous books. You should read them! TW: domestic abuse and suicide Ali is part…

New Releases

On My Radar: March

I’m just about keeping up with my pre-orders but March is just around the corner and look at all these books coming out next month. It’s looking like a good month for Popsugar’s “oxymoron in the title” prompt too. 🤣 I’ve got Klara and the…

List, Top Ten

Top Ten Purple Covers

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. To celebrate Mardi Gras, this week’s Top Ten Tuesday is all about purple, yellow and green books covers. I’ve noticed in the past that I don’t read many books with green covers and I become…

Graphic Novel

The Sad Ghost Club

The Sad Ghost Club started out as a zine but I hadn’t heard of it until I saw this graphic novel, detailing a day in the life of a sad ghost. It’s quite adorable, maybe aimed at a middle grade age but can be appreciated…