A quick but adventurous read, garanteed to spur children's fascination for the fantastical.
Thus Cover Clique was born, a periodical feature in which I course through my shelves to find out just how many cover tropes I can find!
This bewitching battle of modern witches and power-hungry Celtic gods forces two covens together in survival after a serial-witch-killer threatens their hometown.
"I like to believe there are possibilities – maybe extraordinary women were not quite as few and far between as the men who wrote the histories have led us to believe. "
The first in the Night Flyer Trilogy, Merchants of Milan's fast-paced narrative sinks readers into the depths of vengeance amidst the bright scenery of 16th century Milan.
As readers, not only do we need to learn to listen first, we also need to assess our rage and resentment.
Channeling my inner Rhianna, I've decided to take a plunge and join the amazing Year of the Asian Reading Challenge! (Or the #YARC2020 for those lazy of finger).
Stories where the cover is only the beginning.
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Exhilarating and provoking, Saint Code: The Lost is an emancipation of the self and a fight for survival. Constructing a bridge between reality and illusion, it explores the future of society, of humanity, and adds a feminist kick to the traditional cyberpunk setting.