Kristen Reads Too Much




Review: Chaste by Jesse Teller

Sometimes I just really like a dark fantasy story, and this one is, uh... pretty damn dark. ­čśÇ 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: Fae – The Realm of Twilight by Graham Austin-King

I listened to the first volume of this series in audio late last year and so then immediately hoped and hoped for a volume two audiobook- and LO AND BEHOLD, IT IS HERE! I'm going to keep this as spoiler-free... 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: 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: 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 →

RetroReview: Black Cross by J.P. Ashman

I read this book last year. Twice! It remains one of the grimmest, darkest, grimdarkiest books I've ever read in my life. Just... goddamn. Arcane magic can be a ruinous power, despite admirable intentions. A mysterious scroll finds its way... Continue Reading →

Review: Nine Parts Bluster by A.Z. Anthony

Time for a short story! Sometimes it's nice to just get away for 20 minutes or so and read a nice little dark fantasy, yes? I received a free copy of this particular story in exchange for an honest review.... Continue Reading →

Review: They Mostly Come Out at Night by Benedict Patrick

Mmm folklore. Is there anything it can't do? OK... probably a lot of things. But that's beside the point here. This is a world that is steeped in some rich folklore, and I have to say I loved it right... Continue Reading →

Review: The Heart of Stone by Ben Galley

To begin, I should probably let you know that I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. Just FYI or whatever. I'm still going to be honest AF and probably┬ádefinitely curse a lot. ­čśÇ Merciless.... Continue Reading →

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