I wrote this up over the last couple of evenings, and just as I went to post it, I saw that Samantha Shannon posted on Twitter that it’s a year to the day since The Bone Season was released. Most fortuitous timing to be nattering about it here then, hm? The Bone Season hovered on the … Continue reading Review : The Bone Season
You’d all but forgotten me, hadn’t you, internet? No reviews since April?! Shameful. But don’t worry. I’m working on it. I’ve been reading up a storm lately (throwing back a YA novel a night, at times) so there are words to come. In the meantime, here is a VIDEO review (exciting, right?) that I concocted … Continue reading Review : Max Gate (video for Booksellers NZ)
It was pretty Great. Continue reading review : great
ON MICHELLE TEA. Part I– Where I Get Sad. I think I first heard of Michelle Tea via Becca Rosenthal – probably her Twitter, or her blog. We only ever had a few conversations, she and I – I think at least two of them revolved around my changing hair colour, too – but even … Continue reading review : mermaid in chelsea creek
increasingly disjointed feelings about YA genre trends. Continue reading the teenage dream?
Well, it’s the first day in a year that I don’t have to post on here, and yet here I am! You haven’t gotten rid of me yet, internet. I will at some stage compile a bit of a collection of my favourite picks from the 365 pieces project – though if any of you … Continue reading 2014 in review. prematurely. sort of.
As per my earlier The Luminaries review, this review was catalysed by my writing a review for our work website. It’s still in the works (I’m not so good at the concise two paragraph type set-up that our space constraints require) so here is my more verbose, more ‘just keep typing, it’ll make sense in … Continue reading ‘the fall of light’ and other things by sarah laing