Tania de Batz is most herself with a sword in her hand. Everyone in town thinks her near-constant dizziness makes her weak, but Tania wants to be a fencer like her father – a former Musketeer and her greatest champion.
Then Papa is brutally murdered. and Tania must decide where her loyalties lie, or risk losing everything she’s ever wanted. Continue reading Interview: Lillie Lainoff – One for All
Kissen kills gods for a living, and she enjoys it. Until she finds a god she cannot kill: Skediceth, god of white lies, who is connected to a little noble girl on the run. Continue reading Book Review: Godkiller
It’s winter, 1683, and the Great Frost has swept into London. Thomasina has an impossible wish: the return of her twin brother, whose death left her family fractured… Continue reading Book Review: The Frost Fair
Marion Shaw has been raised in the slums. Despite longing to leave, she has no real hope of escape until the day she spots a newspaper listing, seeking a bloodmaid… Continue reading Book Review: House of Hunger
Deina is trapped. As one of the Soul Severers serving the god Hades on earth, her future is tied to the task of shepherding the dying on from the mortal world – unless she can earn or steal enough to buy her way out.
Then the tyrant ruler Orpheus offers both fortune and freedom to whoever can retrieve his dead wife, Eurydice, from the Underworld… Continue reading Book Review: Daughter of Darkness
At thirty-five, Mika Suzuki’s life is a mess. Her last relationship ended in flames. Her roommate-slash-best friend might be a hoarder. She’s a perpetual disappointment to her traditional Japanese parents. And she’s been fired from her latest dead-end job. Continue reading Book Review: Mika in Real Life
Erosabel is haunted by a curse… as she escapes her past, what will her destiny be? Continue reading Book Review: Erosabel
Anne of Green Gables is one of those books that has a special place in the hearts of many. This mischievous well-meaning orphan is so relatable that she’s become a heroine and friend for book lovers across the world. From Thursday 26 – Sunday 29 May 2022 London Children’s Ballet presents a brand new narrative ballet of the book. Written in 1908 by Lucy Maud … Continue reading Theatre News: Anne of Green Gables
Ciaran and falls, against her better judgment, completely in his power. Continue reading Book Review: Acts of Desperation
A suicide pact. A new responsibility. A desperate bid for harmony. Continue reading Book Review: Tree Sacrifice