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Challenger Deep by Neal Shusterman

Despite winning awards, Challenger Deep hasn’t really been on my radar. An older contemporary written by an author I’ve never read before; it’s not exactly something that catches my eye. And if it does, it’s because of the cover or by someone’s recommendation. This is exactly why I gravitated towards Challenger Deep. A quick recommendation from Charlotte @ Wonderfully Bookish was enough for me to give it a go. And guys, I am emotional. Now, while I’ve  ...

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We Hunt The Flame by Hafsah Faizal

I have been waiting for this book since it was announced. As you may know, my favourite kind of fantasies are ones that inspired by real life locations and cultures. It’s why I love Venetian-inspired Nevernight and Egyptian-inspired City of Brass. Middle-Eastern inspired fantasies written  ...

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Viper by Bex Hogan

What a quiet little loud book. Don’t know what I mean by that? Well, to me, Viper is one of those books that seems to have passed under the radar of a lot of fantasy lovers. Why? UKYA doesn’t have a big market for fantasy, and it blows my mind. This book had great publicity, a  ...

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Wicked Saints by Emily A. Duncan

There’s something about reading a dark fantasy in between contemporaries. When you’ve read about the ups and downs of real life, the best thing to dive into is blood and war and lots of dark magic. Wicked Saints is already out now, but I managed to trade for a gorgeous purple manuscript before  ...

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