This was my first month subscribing to the Fantasy Monthly Book Box and I was really excited to see what was in store. If you're on a budget, this is one of the more affordable book boxes out there. Nonetheless, I looked forward to the art featured in this box, and the exclusive button pin too.
For July’s book of the month, we received "Girl, Serpent, Thorn" by Melissa Bashardoust! The book came with exclusive foiling on the cover and a beautiful dust jacket created by @alicemariapower.
"All These Monsters" was the first ARC we got to review together and we were hyped to read about Clara and her monster hunting squad.
This week, we partnered with Jennifer L. Armentrout to present a This or That in honor of the release of "The Queen"! We've included a blank copy of the This or That as well so you can select your answers and post a copy!
I was looking for a cute, quick, YA rom-com. I stumbled upon this book when scrolling through Amazon and decided to give it a chance. As you tell by previous reviews I am a huge fan of reading about book lovers.
This is one of those books that I had on my wish list for literal years before I finally picked it up. The description was really interesting and I’m almost glad I waited so long. The anticipation made the payoff so much better. I thought this was a crazy good debut novel and I’m looking forward to more of Tess Sharpe’s work.
I didn't know anything about Sally Thorne or "The Hating Game" but it kept popping up all over my social media and I felt like it was a sign if I kept seeing it every where I looked.
I first learned about Hank Green and The Vlog Brothers when I was in High School. I had read a couple of John Green's books and I had discovered them on YouTube and loved every second of the content they produced. When I learned Hank had published his own book, I was so excited, and almost proud, having watched so much of their empire of content as it developed. I bought this book when it came out and left it on my shelf entirely too long. The sequel is coming out soon so I wanted to read this in preparation for my pre-order and I was not disappointed.