• Serenade

    Serenade, by Morgan Shamy

    Serenade, by Morgan Shamy Hey guys, welcome back to Bookish Beyond. How have you been? Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Serenade, a spell-binding fantasy novel by Morgan Shamy. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About November Huntington is a renowned rock climber, who failed to make it into the Olympics. With her boyfriend recently having broken up with her, November feels rather deflated. Now, her uncle is sending her off to live with cousins…

  • The Zombie Protector

    The Zombie Protector, by Mae Johnsson

    The Zombie Protector, by Mae Johnsson Hey guys, welcome back to Bookish Beyond. Are you having a pleasant week? Today, I’m excited to be reviewing The Zombie Protector, a young adult dystopian story by Mae Johnsson. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About Fourteen-year-old Ellie and her younger sister Ronnie are trying their best to survive a zombie apocalypse, however, Ronnie is a zombie herself. Now, Ellie is heading to the city of Plaus in…

  • For the Intended, Haven Berg, book review, fantasy, paranormal

    For the Intended: Journal One

    For the Intended: Journal One, by Haven Berg: Hey guys, welcome back to Bookish Beyond. Have you stumbled across any new favourite reads lately? Today, I’m excited to be reviewing For the Intended: Journal One, a gripping paranormal fantasy mystery with a young adult cast, by author Haven Berg. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About For the Intended is set around the grand city of Umplidore, in the fabled land of Edgeladine. Galayne, once a…

  • In the Dark

    In the Dark, by Kaelyn Buzzo

    In the Dark, by Kaelyn Buzzo Hey guys, welcome back to Bookish Beyond. How have you been? Today, I’m excited to be reviewing In the Dark, by Kaelyn Buzzo So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin.   About The story is set in Colarado, USA and follows young Kalea as she runs from a sadistic, demonic beast which held her captive and experimented on her. She soon meets Kade and his brethren, paranormal beings who promise…

  • The Gatekeeper's Descendants

    The Gatekeeper’s Descendants, by Johanna Frank

    The Gatekeeper’s Descendants, by Johanna Frank Hey guys, welcome back to Bookish Beyond. How have you been? Today, I’m excited to be reviewing The Gatekeeper’s Descendants, a meaningful Urban Fantasy novel by Johana Frank. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About The Gatekeeper’s Descendants follows the life of young Matthew Mackenzie, who doesn’t feel understood and just wants to be normal. The story is told through third person close narration, switching between several points of…

  • Wicked Magic

    Wicked Magic, by Margot de Clerk

    Wicked Magic, by Margot de Klerk Hey guys, welcome back to Bookish Beyond. How have you been? Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Wicked Magic, a gripping Urban Fantasy novel by Margot de Klerk. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About Set in Oxford, England, Wicked Magic follows Nathan Delacroix, a socially awkward vampire hunter in training. When he saves a young girl from two thuggish men with dark magic, he’s puzzled as to why…

  • Identity, book review

    Identity (Book 1: The Nine Hundred Golden Suns)

    Identity (Book 1: The Nine Hundred Golden Suns), by Jade Cahoon Hi guys, how has your week been? If you’ve come across any new favourite reads lately, I’d love to hear about them. Today, I’m reviewing Identity (Book 1: The Nine Hundred Golden Suns), a gripping science fiction story by Jade Cahoon.   About Norah, a young book-loving university student gets the shock of her life when her city is attacked by strange spacecraft and her good friend Casey declares she might actually be an…

  • subway

    Subway: Palliatopia

    Subway: Palliatopia, by S. W. Lothian Hey guys, are you having a good week? Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Subway: Palliatopia, a Young Adult Dystopian novel, by Australian author S. W. Lothian. About Subway: Palliatopia is a story of deceit, power and its ability to corrupt, alongside the deep-seated need of human survival. Strange electrical signals plague new York City and people are starting to go missing. Wil, a helpful and caring young man, begins to worry when his girlfriend fails to meet him…

  • Shackles of the Storm: The Spirits of Seiran, Book 1

    Shackles of the Storm, by Dar & Lory Kardenal Hey guys, how has your week been? Have you found a new favourite read lately Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Shackles of the storm: Spirits of Seiran, Book 1, by Dar and Lory Kardenal. About After a series of terrible murders in Kahlaran, whispers begin to circle about the city having a Djinn in its midst. Zaira (a perfumer’s assistant) and Ezair (a cocky mercenary) must work together to discover the truth, or risk losing…

  • The Dividing , Devin Downing

    The Dividing (The Adamic Trilogy: Book 1)

    The Dividing (The Adamic Trilogy: Book 1), by Devin Downing Hey guys, I hope you’ve been having a wonderful start to March. Have you read any particularly good books lately? If so, I’d love to hear about them. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing The Dividing, Book 1 of The Adamic Trilogy, by Devin Downing. About The Dividing follows the lives of two teenagers, the royal princess of Cavernum, Roselyn, and Matt, an adoptee who returns to his magical roots. While Cavernum’s people are growing…