Review: The Witch of Painted Sorrows by M.J. Rose

M.J. Rose has a knack for spinning tales of wonder and allure that enthrals readers into an enchanting web that they do not want to get out of—The Witch of Painted Sorrows is no different, in fact, it may just be her most gripping novel yet! Rose intertwines a story that sends readers to a place where desire and lust were perceived to be incongruous, yet, oh so challenging to go on without them.

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Review: Carrier by Vanessa Garden

I am a giant fan of post-apocalyptic and dystopian situations with prowling zombies and civilisation disintegrating with a limited group of survivors attempting to flee rampage and chaos. I truly enjoyed Vanessa Garden’s Carrier because of this. The Australian setting that the book was placed in was something I loved and the plot was fresh and diverse from many others in the same sort of genre. As it is a short book, it was moderately fast-paced and a quick read but honestly did not feel rushed at any point while reading it.

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Review: Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi

Veronica Rossi is a master world-builder, creating not one world, but two completely different worlds.

When Aether storms devastated the world, people basically split into two groups. One group confined themselves into “Pods”–the enclosed cities, living their lives through virtual reality. Others were on the outside, and became almost primitive, forming tribes and fighting for their lives.

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