Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton

Review: Girls of Paper and Fire

Review: Girls of Paper and Fire

About Girls of Paper and Fire In the Asian-inspired country of Ikhara there are three castes Paper – human, and the lowest, most persecuted class. Steel – human with part animal-demon qualities and features. Moon – fully demon with wholly animal-demon features.   The Demon King who rules over Ikhara from his throne in The […]

Posted November 3, 2018


Review: Mirage

Review: Mirage

A Wee Bit About Mirage Andala and its people is under the occupation of The Vath – a people who ruined their own planet and set about conquering others. Amani is an 18-year-old girl living on Cadiz, a moon of Andala. Living with her parents, she’s the daughter of a farmer and has two brothers. […]

Posted August 31, 2018


Review: Smoke In The Sun

Review: Smoke In The Sun

Following the revelations at the end of Flame In The Mist (warning, this post will contain spoilers for book one), I’ve been desperate to read book two, Smoke In The Sun. With Mariko ‘rescued’ from the clutches of the Black Clan by her betrothed, Prince Raiden and her brother, the Dragon of KAi, Kenshin, she […]

Posted May 28, 2018


Review: Flame In The Mist

Review: Flame In The Mist

Flame In The Mist is a book I’ve been looking forward to reading for so long but inexplicably hadn’t picked up until now. So I was kind of nervous that I might have built it up too much in my head, but actually I really enjoyed this novel. Mariko is of the Hattori family, the only daughter […]

Posted October 26, 2017


Review: Strange The Dreamer

Review: Strange The Dreamer

I actually squealed when my NetGalley wish for Strange The Dreamer was granted (thanks, Hodder!). I accidentally read a sampler to begin with (long story) and was so gutted when I realised as this book caught me up from the very beginning. Thankfully the sampler situation was resolved as I genuinely couldn’t contemplate reading anything […]

Posted March 26, 2017


Review: The Roanoke Girls

Review: The Roanoke Girls

When teenage Lane Roanoke’s mother commits suicide in their New York home, she has no idea what will happen to her. But it turns out that her mother’s parents, Lane’s grandparents, want her to live with them in Kansas. She’s never met them, but they are rich, with a big house and her cousin Allegra […]

Posted March 8, 2017


Review: The Memory Book

Review: The Memory Book

Sammie is an intelligent teenage girl who lives with her family in a small town, excels in debating and has secured herself a spot at NYU. Sadly, she has also recently been diagnosed with Niemenn-Pick Type C. It’s like dementia, so she will lose memories and her body will shut down. NPC is always fatal. […]

Posted February 13, 2017


Review: Morning Star

Review: Morning Star

I can’t quite believe this series is over. That said, what a stunning conclusion to the trilogy! Also, I just read the other day that Pierce Brown will be writing a new series set in the same ‘world’ so that’s hugely exciting. As always, as this is the final book in the series I want to […]

Posted February 22, 2016