I will be completely honest. I borrowed this book from the library only because of the pretty cover. Blurb from the back: “He lived his life like clockwork. Until he met the watchmaker.” The story was very clever but for some reason the book just didn’t “speak” to me. It just didn’t hold my… Continue reading The Watchmaker of Filigree Street by Natasha Pulley
Irene is a librarian and works for the Library. She collects books from different alternate worlds to save and preserve in the Library. For her next assignment she gets an apprentice, Kai who comes with her to an alternative Victorian London with both fairies and vampires. The book she’s searching for seems to have… Continue reading The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman
This was a very refreshing book I must say. Jonathan, the main character lives in the kingdom of Arthurise and when a mysterious illness, the Venen, takes hold and spreads to most women (including his mother and sister) he gets tangled up in a world of illusions in search for the cure. Jonathan travels to… Continue reading Illusionarium by Heather Dixon
This December I finished the “Finishing School” series by Gail Carriger and I need to make a post about this series. If you haven’t read any of Gail Carriger’s books yet, do it! If you have, then you know why I am excited.