I’ve been playing catch-up with my ever growing NetGalley and Edelweiss queues, and forgot to post some reviews on here. If you’re interested, here are my latest, all glowing!
Dead Silence, by S.A. Barnes – “Dead Silence delivers on every page.”
Echo, by Thomas Olde Heuvelt – “Heuvelt terrifies the reader right from the start, and things just get weirder and weirder.”
Maria, Maria, and Other Stories, by Marytza K. Rubio – “This collection is ridiculously special. Every story is steeped in folklore, fantasy, feminism, and fun.”
A Postcard for Annie, by Ida Jessen (translated by Martin Aitken) – “…The stories are completely engaging and entertaining.”
Haven, by Emma Donoghue – “…A quiet novel, but a thoroughly enjoyable one.”
The Book of the Most Precious Substance, by Sara Gran – “To give you an immediate indication of just how good The Book of the Most Precious Substance is, I raced through it in two days, staying up way past my bedtime to finish it. “