This year’s epic book swap ends with Alexandra giving Chelsey The Fall of the House Cabal by Jonathan L. Howard. The (supposed) last book in the Johannes Cabal series. With a title like this… you know it’s not...
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.
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.
S.J. Kincaid's Diabolic has one hell of a heroine and tons of political maneuvering that will keep you on your toes. It's an intense story that keeps you thinking long after you finished the last page.
The Bronze Key builds up tension and sends the Magisterium down a path there is no coming back from. Black and Clare have done it again. This is a must read.
Labryinth Lost is a great representative of the Diverse Books movement. It's a little rocky, but it's a debut novel. Based on spanish folklore and with an unusually interesting love story, we're looking forward to the sequel.
Welcome back to our favourite vampire apocalypse. Like the last two years, Chelsey and I will be covering each episode in our series The Strain Vlogs. This week we’ll be covering the first episode of the third season: New Yo...