Waiting On Wednesday: Gollancz

This is a weekly post was originally hosted by Breaking The Spine but has since moved over to Wishful Endings and transformed into Can’t Wait Wednesday. All you have to do is share releases you are looking forward to in the coming months and then link it back to Wishful Endings. Things are beginning to heat up in April……

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eARC Review: Honeybee by Trista Mateer

Honeybee by Trista Mateer Published By: Central Avenue Publishing Publication Date: May 1st 2018 Genres: Poetry, LGBTQIA+ Format: eBook Pages: 160 Rating: Date Read: February 6th 2018 Links: Goodreads | Netgalley | Booktopia | B&N | Book Depository You will meet people in your lifetime who demand to have poems written about them. … Continue reading →</a

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One Way by S. J. Morden (Review)

10.04.2018 / Gollancz / Science Fiction / Paperback / 336pp / 978-1473222564 Target Audience: Readers who like exploratory science-fiction with a huge dose of mystery and danger thrown in.  About One Way A murder mystery set on the frozen red wastes of Mars. Eight astronauts. One killer. No way home. A murder mystery set on……

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Masculinity Is Our Future

Synopsis:  Masculinity has been invalidated and even seen as toxic for over four decades. However, a game-changing revolution is now underway. Inside this book is a ground-breaking, and all-inclusive understanding of what being masculine means. It destroys antiquated feminist stereotypes and demonstrates how manly traits are the world’s gold standard. Based on years of study,

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Book Review: Nightshade (Nightshade ) by Andrea Cremer (DNF/5)

 YA Fiction, Fantasy I picked up this book because I loved Cremer’s The Inventor’s Secret series. Nightshade felt like it was written by a different author – it’s so different from The Inventor’s Secret. The sentence structure, the scene structure – everything was different, and in my opinion, worse. I read a little more than

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