Book Review: No One is Talking About This | Women’s Prize for Fiction Shortlist

Happy June everyone! Seriously though, how are we already in June? Time is flying by like never before. Since work has started, I am operating on a bit of a delay with my reviews but I’ve got some good ones coming up. Something I did want to do is tackle all the shortlisted novels forContinue reading “Book Review: No One is Talking About This | Women’s Prize for Fiction Shortlist”

Book Review: The Ones We’re Meant to Find

Overall rating: 4/5Pages: 384Genre: Young adult science-fiction, dystopian, mysteryPace: Medium-fastRead if you loved: We Were Liars by E. Lockhart, Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro, Black Mirror, WestworldContent warnings: Environmental disasters, apocalyptic themes I have not been able to stop thinking about this book since I finished it. I was going to take aContinue reading “Book Review: The Ones We’re Meant to Find”

Book Review: Klara and the Sun

Overall Rating: 3.5/5Genre: Science-fiction, literary fiction, dystopianPace: SlowRead if you loved: Westworld (I haven’t read anything similar yet!)Content warnings: None Ahhh I was so excited for this book but sadly, I think I’ve got an unpopular opinion here. Klara is an Artificial Friend whose only wish is to be taken home by a loving family.Continue reading “Book Review: Klara and the Sun”

Book Review: Knight in Paper Armor

Overall rating: 3/5Genre: Science-fiction, DystopianPace: FastRead if you loved: American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins, When No One is Watching by Alyssa Cole, Stranger ThingsContent warnings: Antisemitism, racism, torture Billy Jakobek has lived his life as an experiment. Born with abilities to absorb the emotions and memories of everyone around him, he is keenly acquainted withContinue reading “Book Review: Knight in Paper Armor”

Book Review: A Touch of Death

Overall Rating: 3.5/5 Nate Anteros and Catherine Taenia could not be more different. While both hail from reputable families, one has lived his existence in rebellion while the other has thrived under the privilege and protection afforded to her by virtue of her lineage. One night and a mysterious infection later, the two find themselvesContinue reading “Book Review: A Touch of Death”