Review: Waking Gods (Themis Files #2) – Sylvain Neuvel

A decade after the events in Sleeping Giantsa giant robot similar to Themis appears in London, causing world-wide panic. After defeating the first robot at great cost, dozens more appear, signaling the beginning of the end.

Why this book?: I mostly enjoyed Sleeping Giants, even though I was a little disappointed, but I was still curious enough to read Waking Gods when I saw that my wish had been granted on NetGalley!

I would like to thank Del Rey for allowing me to have an ARC via NetGalley.

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Review: Loch Ness Revenge – Hunter Shea

In Loch Ness Revenge, twins Natalie and Austin are forced to watch as the famous Loch Ness Monster kills their parents. Decades later, while on her normal excursions to bait the Monster, Natalie finally find them. And there’s more than one. She calls in Austin, and the two of them finally have their chance at revenge.

Why this book?: I had so much fun with Shea’s The Jersey DevilWhen this one went on sale, I jumped at the chance to have more fun at the expense of famous cryptids


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Review: The Battle of Hackham Heath (Ranger’s Apprentice: The Early Years #2) – John Flanagan


After Morgarath’s untimely escape, an uneasy peace spreads throughout Araluen. But there’s a lot of work in repairing the country after Morgarath’s influence: figuring out which Baron’s are trustworthy, finding Rangers to fill their quota, and protecting the country from Morgarath’s eventual return. When he does, they are faced with fierce creatures called Wargals, and are greatly outnumbered.

Why this book?: The Ranger’s Apprentice is one of my favorite childhood series. I loved the first prequel, and I was SO excited for this one as well!!

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Review: On the Edge of Gone – Corinne Duyvis

With a comet coming to destroy the earth, Denise and her mother and sister need to get to a shelter to survive the impact. Except Iris, her sister, is missing, and her mother is still struggling with drugs, making things so much harder for her. While running late, Denise and her mother stumble upon the opportunity to join a Generation ship, they must prove that their worth it to take along.

Why this book?: The main character is autistic and it’s also #OwnVoices! Also, I’m in a huge sci-fi/dystopia mood.

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