Do you ever read a book, fall in love, want to shout about it to the world – and then find out that no one seems to know it exists? This happens to me all the time, so I’m sharing my favorite underrated authors and their best books with you.
The Grishaverse books, written by Leigh Bardugo, are some of the best YA fantasy series ever. Wondering how to read them in the correct order? Look no further.
If you’re seeking an atmospheric, magical fantasy masterpiece, look no further. Bring Me Your Midnight by Rachel Griffin is about to blow you away.
I often find that adults dismiss YA fantasy books so quickly without giving them a try. That’s why I’m sharing over 30 recommendations that you’ll want to read right now.
Looking for a riveting, magical story without the need to commit to a full series? In this article, you’ll find the 15 best stand-alone fantasy books I’ve read.
A huge thank-you to NetGalley and the publisher for this advanced reader copy of The Drowned Woods by Emily Lloyd-Jones. The Drowned Woods by Emily Lloyd-Jones is the most unique fantasy heist book you will ever read! This story has found family, a strong female…
A huge thank-you to PageStreet YA and the author for this arc of Wind Daughter (Echo North #2) by Joanna Ruth Meyer. How do I begin to explain my excitement over sharing the review for my most anticipated read of the year? To say reading…