Civil War: Captain America Review

Last year I reviewed Civil War: A Marvel Comics Event, and it was my most read post (so thanks for that!), and now I'm back with a new Civil War review. **No Spoilers for CW: Captain America, but possible spoilers for CW: A Marvel Comics Event** What do I need to read before this? Civil War:… Continue reading Civil War: Captain America Review

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The Western Wind Review

The Western Wind is a historical fiction novel by Samantha Harvey. It is Harvey's fourth novel, comes in at 304 pages, and was first published by Vintage on February 28th 2019. I was kindly #GIFTED and eARC of this novel by the publishers via NetGalley, but all opinions, as always, are my own. This review… Continue reading The Western Wind Review

Graphic Novel Review: Civil War: A Marvel Comics Event

I feel like it's been a while since I've read a Marvel graphic novel, and even longer since I've reviewed one, so, on a whim, I decided to pick up Civil War. **This review is SPOILER FREE** What do I need to read before this? Technically nothing. The story itself stands on it's own, however… Continue reading Graphic Novel Review: Civil War: A Marvel Comics Event

Book Review: Batman Zero Year Pt.1

"They want to be transported to a world where bigger truths are at work, and anything-- anything can happen. A world where the impossible is possible." -Alfred Pennyworth, Zero Year Today at Comic Corner I'm brining you a review for Batman Zero Year Pt.1, which collects issues #21-26 of the comic, by Scott Snyder and… Continue reading Book Review: Batman Zero Year Pt.1

Comic Review: Batman: Under the Red Hood

*I do not own any of the images used in this post, but rather they are all property of DC Comics*   Under the Red Hood collects its storyline from Batman #635-641, #645-650, and the Batman Annual #4, which means there's a whole load of writers, illustrators and letterers, and all the other amazing people… Continue reading Comic Review: Batman: Under the Red Hood

Book Review: The Foxhole Court

**This review is SPOILER FREE** The Foxhole Court is the first in a YA Contemporary trilogy called All For the Game, and is both written and published by Nora Skavic. Revolving around the fictitious sport of Exy, a "bastard" cross between hockey and lacrosse, we follow Neil newcomer to the team at Palmetto State. But… Continue reading Book Review: The Foxhole Court

Book Review: Suicide Club

**This is a SPOILER FREE review** I was very kindly sent an eARC of this book, via NetGalley, by the publishers, but my opinions are, as always, my own. **Trigger Warning: Suicide, Self-Harm (for the book, not this review)**   Suicide Club is a sci-fi novel, set in a near future version of our world… Continue reading Book Review: Suicide Club

Review: Prince of Mirrors

I was lucky enough to receive an eARC of this book from the publishers, via NetGalley, but all opinions, as always, remain my own.   **This is a SPOILER FREE review**   The Prince of Mirrors is an historical fiction novel about Prince Albert Victor, or Eddy as he is more commonly known, the eldest… Continue reading Review: Prince of Mirrors

Review: Ace of Shades

**This review is SPOILER FREE** Ace of Shades is the second book brought to us from the lovely Amanda Foody, author of Daughter of the Burning City,which came in┬áJuly's FairyLoot box last year. Told in dual POV's, Foody welcomes us to New Reynes, City of Sin, where everything is for sale. Enne, is a new… Continue reading Review: Ace of Shades

Review: Clean

***This review is SPOILER FREE*** I was kindly sent an eARC via NetGalley but all opinions are, as always, my own. Clean is a young adult, contemporary novel, told from the point-of-view of seventeen-year-old Lexi Volkov, an heiress who doesn't think she has a drug problem. After a near overdose her brother forces her into… Continue reading Review: Clean