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    Benevolent by Erin Jensen | A Review

    In truth, it has taken me an ridiculously long time to post this review, but by golly, here it is! The tale of how Benevolent came to be in my possession is a quaint one: Erin Jensen, the author, reached out to me, asking if I’d be willing to review her novel. A novel, she explained, that was inspired by the CW series Supernatural. And, more specifically, by Castiel. Did you hear that? A NOVEL INSPIRED BY CASTIEL! Have I not been shouting into the cavern of literature for years, demanding such a treasure?! Is this fate? Am I dreaming? Needless to say, it became clear to me as I read…

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    Book Review: Fusion World by Joseph Tamone

    I was excited to read Fusion World because I love a good mystery. The biggest mystery was, of course, what is the Fusion World Project? Additionally, I love a good book about humans terraforming the stars. How do these humans’ progress in culture and technology? What of their culture? Is it alien or is it like ours? So, I started reading and it was definitely interesting but not what I expected. What I liked What Joseph Tamone excelled at was world building. I was intrigued by the different cultures from each planet and the struggles of the Rafian refugees. The characters had all been affected by the Vyndral leadership in…

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    Book Tour Review + Giveaway: Helix by Mary Ting

    I’ve never had the pleasure of reading anything by Mary Ting until I got my hands on Helix — and it was worth reading every page. You ever get so famished for a good genre story? That’s how I’ve been with science fiction’s lately, so imagine my utter satisfaction when I couldn’t tear myself away from Helix. First off, I love that the main character is a woman with killer (as in awesome) abilities and loyal devotion to those she cares about. Ava is such a complex, strong, and ever-changing character — and I loved seeing how fierce she was in the face of finding her twin sister no matter…

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    Book Review: Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan

    I have to admit I was a bit excited when I saw that this book was a “Jimmy Patterson” selection.ย  I received this book in one of my bookish subscription boxes, and let’s be honest, it has a powerful and eye-catching cover.ย  I had a hard time putting this book down. I really enjoyed it, and am looking forward to the next book in the series. Reading this book contributed to these challenges:Year Of Asian Stories