Kristen Reads Too Much

RetroReview: Senlin Ascends & Arm of the Sphinx by Josiah Bancroft

It's been a while since I reviewed anything. I don't want you lot thinking I fell off the face of the earth (just kidding, pretty much everyone who reads this blog follows me on twitter where I have not been... Continue Reading →

Review: Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames

I didn't even have to read the entire blurb for this one to know that this book was right up my alley. Much like Jonathan French's The Grey Bastards, any book filled with a group of dudes just fighting and... Continue Reading →

Review: Forsaken by Eric S. Fomley

It's definitely time for some short story audiobook shenanigans! I was given a copy of this audiobook for free by the author to have a listen and to review it. What better time to do that then freaking immediately, amirite?... Continue Reading →

Review: Soulstone – Awakening by J.A. Cipriano

Nerd alert! If you weren't aware, I'm a bit of a gamer... Okay, more than a bit, lol. I met my husband on World of Warcraft, FFS. >.> So, I'm okay with a books about video games. The whole LitRPG... Continue Reading →

Review: Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

Last year, he announced that he had written a book of Norse Mythology, and the world rejoiced (well, I mean... I rejoiced. I assume others out there did too. I don't keep track of the *whole* world). And so the... Continue Reading →

Review: On the Wheel by Timandra Whitecastle

Oh boy, this is going to be a doozy. Staying calm and not just melting down about this book is going to be difficult. I'll try to articulate. Promise. I also tried to make this as spoiler free for both... Continue Reading →

Review: Valley of Embers by Steven Kelliher

Have I ever mentioned how much I love Miyazaki movies? This is¬†pertinent to this review, I promise. Princess Mononoke and Nausica√§ of the Valley of the Wind are two of my favorite movies of all time, and at the very... Continue Reading →

Review: Godsknife: Revolt by Timothy C. Ward

Admittedly, it's been a little while since I've gone for the whole post-apocalyptic horror-fantasy. It's not a genre I actively read, though I can't say I actively avoid it either. I was offered this book by the author in exchange... Continue Reading →

Review: Red Sister by Mark Lawrence

Oh. Man. Getting an ARC of this book was pretty near the best thing that's happened to me this year so far, and I felt like it should be treated as my birthday, so I immediately dove right in after... Continue Reading →

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