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Tag: jay kristoff

Fantasy

Empire of the Vampire

It has been twenty-seven years since the sun last rose and with the darkness came monsters. Humans have lost the war against vampires, who now rule the land. Gabriel de León is the last of the silversaints, a holy order dedicating to fighting vampires, and…

5 Star, Science Fiction

Obsidio

Obsidio is the final instalment in the Illuminae Files trilogy and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous books. Well the Illuminae Files have been quite a treat, I don’t know why I took so long to start but I have now devoured…

5 Star, Science Fiction

Gemina

Gemina pretty much follows the same formula as Illuminae; there are multiple dangers on board and the surviving characters are split up and must communicate mostly via chat. This is not a bad thing and I thoroughly enjoyed the second instalment of this fast-action space…

5 Star, Science Fiction

Illuminae

If you’ve spent any time around the YA community you’ll have heard of Illuminae. Why did I take so long to read it? I honestly don’t know because it is perfect for me. If you’re not aware, it’s a sort of futuristic epistolary novel, told…

Fantasy

Godsgrave

I absolutely adored Nevernight when I read it earlier this year and was excited to get around to the sequel. Godsgrave takes a slightly different turn and is mostly based around gladiator style combat as entertainment. How Mia ends up in this position you may…

5 Star, Fantasy

Nevernight

In a land where the three suns keep darkness at bay, there’s a girl with a shadow darker than it should be. After her father is executed and her mother thrown into the deepest, darkest jail cell, Mia Corvere finds herself, not quite, alone and…