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.
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.
The second of the new Muskedragons reading adventures is almost upon us, so it’s time to share what else we’re about to get up to!
In the first part of Rivers of London, I have no idea what’s going on but I’m here for it. This review will cover chapters 1-4, in a spoilery fashion. Content note: for discussion of child murder.
In the finale of A Conjuring of Light, parting is such sweet sorrow. This review covers Part 12 through to the end of the book, and will contain spoilers.
As we wind down from the storm of readerly emotions that was the Shades of Magic trilogy, and look toward the end of our Temeraire marathon, it’s time for Team Muskedragon to gear up for our next group reads. We’ve chosen another two series to follow these ones with, and today I’m in Grand Reveal […]
(That’s a lie. Nothing is fine. Least of all, my feelings.) This review covers Parts 10 through 12, and will contain major spoilers.
In this review for A Conjuring of Light (as the title might suggest), I HAVE SO MANY HOLLAND RELATED FEELINGS. Let me tell you about them. This review will cover Parts 4 to 9, after I missed last week’s review window (apologies!) and will contain spoilers.
So March has been sadly lacking in the reviews department – but this doesn’t mean I didn’t get through some great books! Just that my writing brain keeps letting me down. Thanks, writing brain. But I shall get past this, and until then we have recaps! Let’s take a look at what got done.
In the third part of Blood of Tyrants, Will remembers himself – and all we get is angst. Thanks. This review covers chapters 12-16, and will contain spoilers.