Kristen Reads Too Much



Which encompasses many things that I find difficult to categorize. :)

Review: Faithless by Graham Austin-King

Vacation is over, time to go back into the world. Work and chores and blah. Luckily, I had this book to help my woeful transition back into the world of being an adult along. Oh, and also, I was given... Continue Reading →

Review: Dragonship by JP Ashman

A nice short story for a vacation I'm-on-the-porch-and-am-not-in-Houston-so-it's-not-hot-as-balls-and-I-can-actually-read-out-here-and-not-die-of-heat-stroke read is always a good thing, amirite? 😀 Beln, Gellborn officer aboard a red dragonship has reached the near-peak of her career. But ordered to pursue a rare, wild dragon by her... Continue Reading →

Review: The Emerald Blade by Steven Kelliher

Ohhh Landkist. I'm glad that you are back, because I'm ready for some more crazy fire-sword wielding elemental adventures! Also, I was given a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review of it. :D... Continue Reading →

Review: Chaste by Jesse Teller

Sometimes I just really like a dark fantasy story, and this one is, uh... pretty damn dark. 😀 Most of my reading these days is either primarily at night right before I sleep, or at work in between bouts of... Continue Reading →

Review: Stone Cold Bastards by Jake Bible

Gargoyles! This is a type of creature that you don't often see in fantasy. There's so much amazing potential for them as either protagonists or antagonists in fantasy though. This book came to my attention because the audiobook is narrated by... Continue Reading →

Review: Lost Boy by Christina Henry

There are two stories in this world (and their Disney movie adaptations if I'm being real with you guys) that I have enjoyed since I was old enough to read... or, y'know... form meaningful opinions on things. One is Alice in... Continue Reading →

Review: The Djinn Falls in Love – edited by Mahvesh Murad & Jared Shurin

I love, love, love me some djinn. Whether they're good, or bad, or a bit of both, I love djinn. Possessing people, living in a lamp, or granting wishes- It is allllll good. So, of course when I learned that... Continue Reading →

Review: The Iron Circlet by Phil Tucker

Ohhhh Chronicles of the Black Gate. The kind of books that, upon hearing that the 4th book in the series is released, I immediately drop everything I'm doing and pick it up. Yep, that happened. Witcher 3 - dropped. Other... Continue Reading →

Review: The Cycle of Arawn by Edward W. Robertson

Yeeep, the whole thing. An entire trilogy (I promise I won't spoil any of it.) That's how this audiobook comes. Firstly, I wasn't expecting to actually sit here and listen to the entire thing at once (I didn't. I have... Continue Reading →

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