I make a point to keep my reviews spoiler-free so that anyone can read them without worries. If I feel like sharing a spoiler to make a point from time to time, I’ll be sure to give plenty of warnings so you (hopefully!) won’t stumble into unwanted information by mistake.
Just remember that these reviews are just my personal opinions, and you are more than welcome to disagree with me.
That said, I thought an easy-to-browse list of the titles I review on the blog might be useful if you’re looking for a book in particular, so here you go.
In alphabetical order by author’s last name:
- Bakker, R. Scott – The Darkness That Comes Before
- Ballard, J.G. – The Drowned World
- Berger, John – G.
- Bester, Alfred – The Stars My Destination
- Chang, K-Ming – Bestiary
- Chiang, Ted – Stories of Your Life and Others
- Cook, Diane – The New Wilderness
- Haig, Matt – The Midnight Library
- Hawkins, Scott – The Library at Mount Char
- Henderson, Alexis – The Year of the Witching
- Hirshberg, Glenn – Freedom is Space for the Spirit
- Hodge, Alister – The Cavern
- LaCour, Nina – Watch Over Me
- Lawrence, Mark – The Liar’s Key
- Lembert, R. B. – The Four Profound Weaves
- Leno, Katrina – Horrid
- Long, H.M. – Hall of Smoke
- Maxwell, Everina – Winter’s Orbit
- McGuire, Seanan – Across the Green Grass Fields
- Miller, Kirsten – Don’t Tell a Soul
- Miller, Madeline – Circe
- Morgenstern, Erin – The Starless Sea
- Naipaul, V.S. – In a Free State
- Neuvel, Sylvain – A History of What Comes Next
- Newby, H. P. – Something to Answer For
- Parry, H.G. – A Declaration of the Rights of Magicians
- Polansky, Daniel – The Seventh Perfection
- Porter, Chana – The Seep
- Power, Rory – Burn Our Bodies Down
- Sager, Riley – Home Before Dark
- Sapkowski, Andrzej – The Last Wish
- Sapkowski, Andrzej – Sword of Destiny
- Sapkowski, Andrzej – The Time of Contempt
- Stewart, Andrea – The Bone Shard Daughter
A quick guide to my rating system:
This book made me angry, and not in a good way; I hated it. Maybe I didn’t even finish it.
This book was okay, I didn’t hate it and didn’t love it, but I reached the end. Might have been just underwhelming or plain disappointing.
I liked this book, but it’s not something I’ll go back to and I’ll probably forget most about it in a few weeks. If it’s the first in a series, I might read the sequel.
I really liked this book. It could have been a favourite, but something didn’t click with me. Might be the characters, the plot, or maybe just the writing style. I might reread it in the future if I feel like it.
A favourite. Not necessarily perfect, but it hit me the right way and I loved it. Unforgettable, will read again and again in the future.