Sawkill Girls by Claire Legrand – ARC Review #7

I'm trying to write my review and the words aren't coming to me. Sawkill Girls is beyond description, because however I put this, I won't be close to doing it justice. Claire Legrand created one of the creepiest reads I have ever completed, and I loved every second of it. At some point, I did... Continue Reading →

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Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan – Arc Review #6

Paper dolls are crafted by children to be enjoyed, and then discarded. Snipped into a perfect shape and then crumpled beyond repair. Paper girls are made by men to be enjoyed, and then discarded. Snipped into a perfect shape, and then broken beyond repair. Girls of Paper and Fire is honestly stunning. It set my... Continue Reading →

Damsel by Elena K Arnold – Arc Review #5

This book was dark, twisted, gut-wrenching and should be opened with precaution. It's not for the survivors, or for the people who aren't emotionally prepared for it. Every page gets darker, every night longer. Every chapter had me more uncomfortable than the one before, and by half way through I could barely keep reading. But... Continue Reading →

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