January Books RECAP

January Books Recap: the cover images of 6 books are superimposed on a neutral background. Top row (L to R): Blood & Steel by Helen Scheuerer, Nettle and Bone by T. Kingfisher, Daughter of Darkness by Katharine & Elizabeth Corr. Bottom row: Void and Valor by Ryver Knight, These Grimm Fates by K. E. Barden, Sorcery of Thorns by Margaret Rogerson.

This January Books Recap is a pretty hefty one, but if you love hearing about phenomenal fantasy books? You’ll want to read on!

Although I didn’t quite finish my January Book Goals in time, I am reading The Twisted Ones by T. Kingfisher as we speak… And Sarah J. Maas’ Crescent City is hovering at my bedside. That’s close enough, right? Apologies to a friend who threatened to hold her breath until I *finally* read this SJM book. I know, I know. Next month! I PROMISE. But still don’t hold your breath.

Links to Book Review Goodness:

January Books Recap: 5 cover images of books are superimposed on a neutral background. Top row (L to R) The Veil by Ivy Brannon, A Mirror Mended by Alix E. Harrow. Bottom row: Pandora by Susan Stokes-Chapman, The Fated and the Damned by Chloe Hodge, Immortal Cells by Tyrolin Puxty.
Take your pick, the books in my January Books Recap are all beautifully written!

My January Books Recap features a number of new-to-me authors, and nearly all of them live and breathe the fantasy genre! I have had a great time reading these beauties, and you can click on any of the links below to check them out.

So without further ado, here’s some book review goodness:

Blood & Steel: Helen Scheuerer

Nettle and Bone: T. Kingfisher

Daughter of Darkness: Katharine & Elizabeth Corr

Void and Valor: Ryver Knight

These Grimm Fates: K. E. Barden

Sorcery of Thorns: Margaret Rogerson

The Veil: Ivy Brannon

A Mirror Mended: Alix E. Harrow

Pandora: Susan Stokes-Chapman

The Fated and the Damned: Chloe Hodge

Immortal Cells: Tyrolin Puxty

And the January Favourite Read Goes To…

If you’ve been around for a little while, you probably already know I *love* Helen Scheuerer’s writing. Seriously. LOVE. So is it any surprise that I’m going to pick Blood & Steel as my favourite read of January? It’s an epic romantic fantasy full of slow burn spicy goodness, courageous characters and a bold heroine who runs towards her dreams. And if you read this and don’t fall in love with Wilder? We may need to reassess if we can be friends… Make sure you click the link above, so you can pre-order yourself a copy! You will *not* want to miss this one.

And that’s a wrap, glitterbugs!

Happy reading, dear bookworms. And stay tuned for more reviews in February…

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