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blog tour: pre-reading thoughts on Swan Song Of My Era

Hello and welcome to the blog tour for SWAN SONG OF MY ERA by Elsie Swain! I know what you're thinking - Ashmita, so uhm pre-reading thoughts? Yes, I know. I guess it's pretty predictable at this point but I am swamped up with exams and assignments and you know how it goes, and I… Continue reading blog tour: pre-reading thoughts on Swan Song Of My Era

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book review: the dragon heir || a bold debut novel

Author: Amelia Wood Know More: GoodReads Genre: YA Fantasy Published: 12 March 2022 Ember Ignis, the heir of House Draco, knows hatred. She’s grown up in it, reveled in it, under the watchful eye of her mother, Lady Verity. Second only in power to the royal family, Ember and Verity are practically untouchable. Until Verity,… Continue reading book review: the dragon heir || a bold debut novel

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book review: contest of queens || a fantastical take on a matriarchal world

Author: Jordan H. Know More: GoodReads Genre: YA Fantasy Published: 18 Jan, 2022 Written in dual perspective, we follow Jacs, a lowly citizen, and Connor, the Prince of the Queendom of Frea. In a world divided by prejudices and twisted with false beliefs, against all odds, Jacs and Connor foster a friendship through letters via… Continue reading book review: contest of queens || a fantastical take on a matriarchal world

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arc review: the bones of ruin || a girl who cannot die in a Tournament of Freaks

A fantasy story with influential people in politics, dark secrets, and too much power play - set in Victorian London, as we follow a "Strange" girl Iris, who is strange not just because she is an African tightrope dancer but because she can never die.

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arc review: it all comes back to you || enemies in real life but online best friends?

The female character is wearing a lehenga on the cover. Of course, I had to request this title. One of my most anticipated releases of this year, It All Comes Back To You is not exactly a heartfelt mushy-mushy book. But funnily it does house one of the most heartfelt tropes in the YA community and that is *ladies and gentlemen: put your hands together for* the "I hate you in real life but are online best friends on a gaming platform." I know, stunning.