Music Monday: Regret by Anathema


Music Monday is a meme created by Drew from The Tattooed Book Geek where you pick a song you like and share it on a Monday.

This week’s choice is Regret by Anathema

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Review: Legacy of Ash by Matthew Ward

Legacy of Ash

Matthew Ward

Legacy Trilogy #1


801 pages


There are some books that are utterly epic and you love every minute of reading them and there are also some books that are awful and you hate yourself for even picking them up. Then, there are the books that fall in the middle. They’re not bad but they’re not great either.

Legacy of Ash falls into that third category for me which made it all the more disappointing because I had expected to love it.

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Review: Nightfall by Den Patrick


Den Patrick

The Ashen Torment #3

Harper Voyager

432 pages


Copy received from Netgalley. All opinions are my own.

I’m not a person who usually requires trigger warnings on books. I’m usually all right with reading whatever an author writes about but put spiders in a book and you’ll have me scared witless.

And, no, calling them corpse spiders doesn’t really make it any better at all.

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Review: The Masked City by Genevieve Cogman

The Masked City

Genevieve Cogman

The Invisible Library #2

Pan MacMillan

368 pages



The Invisible Library was a very fun read. It’s one of those books you can just pick up and enjoy, it makes the perfect palette cleanser when you’ve been reading some heavy epic fantasy. The Masked City carries on in much the same vein.

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Review: The Name of All Things by Jenn Lyons

The Name of All Things

Jenn Lyons

A Chorus of Dragons #2


569 pages (not including appendices)



The Ruin of Kings was a book that was on my to read list for a lot longer than it should have been but once I finally got around to reading it, I found it to be a very good book indeed.

Thankfully, The Name of All Things is a worthy sequel.

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