In my last review I talked about my love for dinosaurs, but I also really love space and cats. So what could be better than a cat that goes to space? Well, nothing!
Anyone who knows me even a little bit knows that I love dinosaurs, so when I received a copy of The Dinosaur Artist: Obsession, Betrayal and the Quest for Earth’s Ultimate Trophy, by Paige Williams, I was ecstatic. This book contained so many things that I like: dinosaurs, journalism, natural and political history; how could I not read it?
It’s time for another Thursday TBR, and this week I’m talking about a book I was supposed to read in university but never did (oops!).
The Marrow Thieves was the best book I’ve read (so far) this year, and I need to tell you why.
I always stress out about hosting my book club. I worry that everyone will hate the book I pick, they won’t want to talk about it, and that the treats I put out will taste terrible. None of this has ever happened, but I still stress out about it.
ALL HAIL THE GLOW CLOUD!
Wait, what? I mean . . . I’m here to talk about Thursday TBR!
Over the past few years, speculative fiction has become one of my favourite genres, and for a good reason. It blends elements of science-fiction with futuristic, super-natural themes; it can also include elements from dystopian, fanasty, and horror. What’s not to love?
If you’re looking for a new speculative fiction book to try out, I highly recommend Foe by Iain Reid, which is set to hit shelves this August.