The Tropic of Serpents, Part 1: Smash the Patriarchy!

In the first part of The Tropic of Serpents, Isabella continues trotting the globe – with friends both old and new along for the ride! This review covers Part 1 of this book, and will include spoilers for it and for A Natural History of Dragons.

Moon Over Soho, Part 1: All That Jazz

In the first part of Moon Over Soho, I am one happy nerd. This review covers chapters 1-4, with potential spoilers! Content note: For a mention of autism.

Holding Out For A (Brooding YA) Hero

So I’m doing something new with my spring/summer days here, that involves book-related challenges, subtle (and not so subtle) sarcasm, humour and enthusiasm. Such a departure for my tastes, I know. But here we are. I am a Broody BFF, and I’d like to tell you how I ended up like this.

Stake Sauce, by RoAnna Sylver

Today I am freshening things up with a new thing! A somewhat dark, heartstring-tugging, yet wonderfully cute and intriguing new thing! Enter RoAnna Sylver, and Stake Sauce.

Recap: April 2017

Happy May Day, everyone! Before I drag myself into two days of house-cleaning (days off are so full of glamour at Chez Rainbow), let’s look back over what I read and reviewed in April!

Rivers of London, Part 3: About Face

In the third part of Rivers of London … Who¬†dunit?! This review will cover chapters 8-10. Major spoilers below! Warning: contains a lot of talk about puppets. A lot.

A Natural History of Dragons, Part 2: Crouching Tigers

In the second part of A Natural History of Dragons, Isabella makes inadvertent progress on behalf of the expedition team, and ends up a long way from collecting sparklings…

Rivers of London, Part 2: Beware the Sandwich of Ill Intent!

In the second part of Rivers of London, Peter gets his science on, and Beverley just wants a sandwich, for heaven’s sake. This review will cover chapters 5, 6 & 7. Content note: for discussion of misogyny, mention of suicide.

A Natural History of Dragons, Part 1 – Though She Be But Little…

In the first part of A Natural History of Dragons, we meet a very young Isabella, and this reader falls in swoony love with everything. Content note: for mention of miscarriage.

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