One-line Reviews: May 2022

Best wishes, May! Time for my post of one-line reviews for a few of the books I’ve read/finished this month. It’s short and gets to the point so if you haven’t been a fan of my usual sprawling review style then this is the complete opposite. Follow me on Goodreads if you’d like to keep up with all of the books I read each month.

Note: Click on the cover of a book to visit either its Goodreads page or my full review if I wrote one.

An intriguing YA dystopian adventure that’s easy to sink into but difficult to put down.

Thank you to the author for submitting this book for review!

This YA sci-fi was very Chinese mythology x Hunger Games and the only reason why I didn’t love it was because I utterly failed to connect with (or even like) the characters.

This YA mystery is absolutely wild, creepy, and crazy plus it’s laced with Edgar Allan Poe references that brought the story to another level.

A fantasy adventure inspired by medieval India that is just as thrilling and magical as that sounds.

Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy to review!

If you thought everything was over then you were wrong because book 4 in this Aztec-inspired urban fantasy just blasted the gate to Hell wide open and now I’m hanging off the cliff waiting for the series finale.

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