I've been shouting about this book on social media quite a bit since I started reading it so my review is long overdue! There's anxiety, PTSD, panic attacks, an amputee, phantom pains, amazingly awkward dialogue, perfect fluff, and.. so much more, really. Read it!
Some sequels deserve more than just a couple of sentences meant as a review. Some of them deserve to be talked about like no tomorrow. This is one of those books.
As a book blogger and book reviewer, we often get the chance to read books prior their release date. I feel like that's an honor. One I want to be proud of by, in turn, doing something extra for the books I love most. I'm talking about some of those books in this post.
What would you do if your family decided to set you up on ten blind dates? Would you run and hide? Would you take the challenge? Or would you rather read this book about just that?
The first two books of this series - The Monster of Selkirk - was more set in the wild. This part, however? So many steampunk-influences I adored! And the writing! And the swoon! Read my review here OR check out the first book in the series - The Duality of Nature!
There are a lot of books being released, a lot of books being shouted about.. But there are definitely some out there that deserve more attention than they ever got upon their release. I'm sharing some of those books in this post!
A contemporary take on Beauty and the Beast - which means there's another fairytale retelling coming your way with my review all over it! Or something like that. In any case - find out whether I'll be picking up more of Sandhya's books or not in this post.