Book review: A Game of Wings and Marks

Title: A Game of Wings and MarksPublisher: Rebecca Crunden Number of pages: 239Genre: Urban Fantasy, Romance, Angels/Demons 4/5. When Octavia Coal goes to the mountains to clear her head, she doesn’t expect to find an angel in trouble. He tells her his name is Tamiel and he’s one of the Irin – the army of angels tasked with keeping demons …

Book review: A Court of Thorns and Roses

Feyre is hunting in the woods. She is the main reason her family has survived so long, she needs to find food or they wont survive. In the woods she sees a deer and with it a wolf. When she decides to kill it and sell the fur, she has made one of her biggest mistakes - taking a life, requires a life in return. And the collector of that debt will be coming for her soon.

Book review: Crown of Midnight

Celaena barely survived the competition in Throne of Glass, and is now the kings new Champion. Keeping up her end of the bargain, Celaena is faced with what the people closest to her think of her actions. An acquaintance from her days as an assassin crosses her path and with an unexpected turn in events, Celaena's world is shattered.

Book review: Morning Star

After the horrifying events  that occurred at the ending of Golden Son, Darrow has now been at the mercy of the Jackal the past year. The Reaper is now barely a shadow of himself, as he struggles to get through each day in the never ending darkness.

Book review: Red Rising

Under the surface of Mars, a young Red, Darrow works in the mines. The lowest cast, the Reds are mining helium-3, as they believe they are making the surface of Mars habitable. The world of men is divided in a strict hierarchy that has placed Darrow and his fellow Reds at the bottom. At the other end, are the Golds - almost godlike figures that make the stronger and better cast, they rule society through fear and intimidation.