A Psalm for the Wild-Built by Becky Chambers is a warm snuggle of a book, a lovely cup of tea, sipped while wrapped in a pashmina.
This book was pure delight. Not in a gross, sappy way but in a real way. There’s heartache and I cried at times but everything was perfectly written. I want more stars so I can give them all to One Last Stop.
Rabbits by Terry Miles June 8, 2021by Del Rey Books Rating: 5 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
Orange CityOrange City Book Oneby Lee Matthew Goldberg Published 16 March 2021Atmosphere Press Rating: 4 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Science Fiction I was granted complimentary access to Orange City via NetGalley and also as part of my participation in the blog tour for this title with Silver Dagger Book Tours. Thank you to all involved in […]
Linda keeps her head down and doesn’t talk to strangers. All she wants is to be left alone from the world that maligns her very being. You see, Linda was never supposed to be born.
Written in a similar style and with the continued themes of The One and the Passengers, if you’ve enjoyed these prior books by John Marrs, this is one that can’t be missed!
Winter’s Orbit By Everina Maxwell Published date: February 2nd 2021 By Tor Books Rating: 5 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Science fiction romance About Winter’s Orbit Winter’s Orbit by Everina Maxwell was perfection. It gave me court intrigue on a galactic scale, an arranged marriage, a thriller investigation into a suspicious murder. In other words, it gave me everything […]
This year I am so grateful to have found this wonderful community of women reviewers that is With A Book in Our Hands. I have finally found an outlet for sharing my love of reading and great new discoveries. Thanks to NetGalley for making so many great books available. For my top 10, I have […]
The Cyborg Tinkerer by Meg LaTorre Published 17 November 2020by iWriterly Rating: 5 Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Genre: Steampunk, Science Fantasy, LGBTQIA Five stars! Can I read book 2 right now? Disclaimer: I was given access to an ARC of The Cyborg Tinkerer in exchange for an honest review by the author. Thank you, Meg, for this opportunity! This […]