Cozy, atmospheric fantasy set in a historical setting. The kind of book that makes you feel as if magic is real.
Coming of Age
Review: Daughter of Redwinter (The Redwinter Chronicles #1) by Ed McDonald
Daughter of Redwinter is beauty and brutality personified, a perfect melding together of coming of age fiction and the pursuit of finding ones own identity in a world that doesn’t accept you, the exploration of mental health and a character study of one of the most interesting and well realised protagonists I’ve ever had the pleasure of being in the head of.
Review: Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin
This book bottles the feeling of fandom; that feeling that the media that you’re consuming is so RIGHT that it fits you like a missing puzzle piece.