Review #213 // Windwitch (Witchlands #2) – Susan Dennard

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After the events in Truthwitch, Prince Merik Nihar is assumed dead. When his ship is blown up, Merik decides to stay “dead” in order to protect the people he cares about. At the same time, Safi is has troubles of her own when the Marstoki fleet is also attacked, leaving her stranded with the Empress. And Iseult continues to travel cross country in order to find her Threadsister, until the Bloodwitch Aeduan crosses her path.


Why this book?: I enjoyed Truthwitch!

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Review #207 // Sawkill Girls – Claire Legrand

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After her father’s untimely death, Marion and her mother and sister move to Sawkill Rock to get new scenery. There, she stumbles into the center of a centuries long curse on the island, where young girls have been disappearing for centuries.


Why this book?: I’m still looking for that one book that hits my spooky needs just right. I’ve heard this one has an ace character, so I decided to give it a try.

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Review #206 // Beneath the Citadel – Destiny Soria

Beneath the Citadel by Destiny SoriaCassa Vera is the daughter of rebels, and she intends to die a rebel just like them. Cassa suspects that the Citadel is hiding something, and she intends to find out what it is. She enlists her four friends, Evander and his sister, Alys, Newt, and Vesper. When Vesper backs out suddenly, everything else begins to fall apart.


Why this book?: I heard there was asexual rep, and it sounded like a really good book.

I would like to thank Miss Print for sending me this ARC as apart of her ARC Adoption Program.

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Review #202 // She/He/They/Me – Robyn Ryle

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She/He/They/Me is a choose-your-own-adventure type novel that lets you choose your path through gender. Gender has become more and more important in recent years, so understanding it is pertinent to the modern person.


Why this book?: The cover caught my eye while I was scrolling through NetGalley. I’ve been trying to read more non-fiction, so this felt like a good place to start!

I would like to thank Sourcebooks for allowing me access to the ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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