Book Review: Notes from the Burning Age, by Claire North

This week, I’m finally reviewing the latest novel from the prolific Claire North, Notes from the Burning Age. I managed to get a review out before she published another book, hooray! Read on for my thoughts on this post-climate-change-reckoning set tale. This review contains an affiliate link to Bookshop.org, which will earn me a commission… Read More Book Review: Notes from the Burning Age, by Claire North

Book Review: Kings of a Dead World, by Jamie Mollart

This week, things are getting all dystopian with Jamie Mollart’s new novel Kings of a Dead World, published by Sandstone Press. This fair and unbiased review was conducted with gratitude for the free copy of the book which I received from the author. This review contains an affiliate link to Bookshop.org, which will earn me… Read More Book Review: Kings of a Dead World, by Jamie Mollart

Book Review: Tender is the Flesh, by Agustina Bazterrica

Depicting a horrific, dystopian future where humanity consume one another in the very literal sense, Agustina Bazterrica’s Tender is the Flesh is the subject of today’s review. Published in the UK by Pushkin Press and translated by Sarah Moses, this Argentinian novel has a reputation that precedes it. Let’s see why. This review contains an… Read More Book Review: Tender is the Flesh, by Agustina Bazterrica

Book Review: The Phlebotomist, by Chris Panatier

This week, I’m reviewing the debut novel from Chris Panatier, The Phlebotomist. This fair and unbiased review (of this fabulously pink novel) was conducted with gratitude for the free electronic copy of the book which I received from the publisher, Angry Robot. This review contains an affiliate link to Bookshop.org, which will earn me a… Read More Book Review: The Phlebotomist, by Chris Panatier

Book Review: Why Visit America, by Matthew Baker

For this week’s review, I explored the landscape of a vividly imagined and subtly altered United States, in Matthew Baker’s short story collection Why Visit America. This fair and unbiased review was conducted with gratitude for the free electronic copy of the book which I received. This review contains an affiliate link to Bookshop.org, which… Read More Book Review: Why Visit America, by Matthew Baker