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I Hate Fairyland Volume Four

December 7, 2020
I Hate Fairyland Volume Four

Gert finally gets back home! I was so satisfied with how this series ended. It wasn't forced, didn't drag and tied up some very knotty loose ends. The opening picks up immediately from the previous volume where it seems Gert has died and who should be ruling hell but her nemesis. The little blue-haired girl from a few volumes ago. We see a lot of characters from previous…

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Lumberjanes Volume Six

December 7, 2020
Lumberjanes Volume Six

Another favourite series here. I've been awful at keeping up with this series but I've always loved each volume when I have got around to reading them! This one was no exception. In this, we meet Seafarin' Karen who has the Lumberjanes tying knots and improving their teamwork. Then, the selkies appear. They seem to have had a tumultuous past with Seafarin' Karen, one of them believes Karen…

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I Hate Fairyland Volume Three

December 7, 2020
I Hate Fairyland Volume Three

I've adored all the volumes in this series so far but this one was a fraction less enjoyable. The reason I still gave it five stars was for the origin story of Larry. I loved his back story and how he was the only fly in the Guild of Guides. I would've liked to have seen some other characters get their own little issues like this. The history…

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Blood & Honey by Shelby Mahurin

December 7, 2020
Blood & Honey by Shelby Mahurin

I loved Blood & Honey just as much as Serpent & Dove. Lou and Reid's journeys continue to thrill me, both their personal one and the overall plot of the novel. They seem like a realistic couple, one who fights, struggles but ultimately they love each other enough to communicate and overcome things. Even after the first novel they still have personal hangups that they're trying to deal…

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The Guest List by Lucy Foley

November 16, 2020
The Guest List by Lucy Foley

I read Lucy Foley's first novel, The Hunting Party* (review here) roughly around this time last year and loved it. When I heard about The Guest List I was excited but unsure how it could possibly be better than her first. Spoiler, it was. I read most of it in a frenzy over two days desperate not only to find out who had died but also who had…