Chelsey Reviews

Bedlam Vol. 1

Bedlam takes you into the mind of a reformed serial killer genius. You're never sure if he's going to snap and that's what keep you so intrigued. Combined with the stunning art and colour, this is one you don't want to miss.


The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett

It's not hard to relate to Hawthorn's isolation, humor and obsession with Lizzie Lovett's disappearance. The book is strange, unforgettable and unpredictable as it reminds you of exactly what it's like to grow up.


Monstress vol 1: Awakening

This is one comic you don't want miss. Stunning art, an intriguing plot and fascinating plot all combine into one addicting series about the monsters within.

a torch against the night by sabaa tahir

A Torch Against the Night

If you loved the first book you'll appreciate having the sequel, but it might not live up to your expectations. Character growth is put on the back-burner, along with worldbuilding, but the plot is interesting enough the get yo...

by Carrie Ryan

Daughter of Deep Silence

Daughter of Deep Silence grabs you from page 1. Frances' revenge for mass murder on Persephone keeps you entertained but if you're more interested in romance, then this book won't disappoint.


The Scorpion Rules

The Children of Peace system is what will get you into reading The Scorpion Rules and Talis is what you'll stay for. He is quotable, quirky and does not get near enough face-time. I expect that will be remedied in book 2. Greta...


The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever

The premise of the The Greatest Zombie Movie Ever is not new and it brings nothing original. Jokes fall flat, characters are boring, and a lot of the "problems" are nonsensical. This book is almost as much of a disaster as the ...


Glass Sword

Glass Sword delivers a sequel that in now way lives up to it's predecessor. Between a lack of character development and a petulant heroine there is very little to hold our interest in this novel.

A book review of Anna and the Swallow Man

Anna and the Swallow Man

Anna and the Swallow Man has beautiful language that evokes a fairy tale. There is a lot to unpack in this very simple novel, and it's sure to become an instant classic.