Book Review | The Binding by Bridget Collins

Book Review | The Binding by Bridget Collins

My Thoughts: The Binding caught my eye immediately because of the premise. If you could remove grief, ease the pain, and forget a broken heart? Would you.. COULD you do it? The Binding was nothing that I expected. In the beginning, I was enthralled and utterly horrified at the thought of removing my memories; thinking […]

A Shadow Bright and Burning by Jessica Cluess

A Shadow Bright and Burning by Jessica Cluess

My Thoughts: I’ve been in a rut when it comes to Fantasy novels lately – simply because I just haven’t been reading many these days. I had pretty high expectations heading into A Shadow Bright and Burning, and I’m happy to say it didn’t disappoint. A mix of magical fantasy, political intrigue and monsters in Victorian London, this […]

The Woman in the Photo by Mary Hogan

The Woman in the Photo by Mary Hogan

My Thoughts: Woman’s Fiction isn’t a genre I pick up often – for no obvious reason at all. But the ones that I have picked up lately are wonderful, and that includes this book, The Woman in the Photo. Told in dual perspectives, we get two correlating stories. The story of Elizabeth in 1889. And the […]

Middle Grade Madness | The Eye of Midnight by Andrew Brumbach

Middle Grade Madness | The Eye of Midnight by Andrew Brumbach

Middle Grade Madness will be a new feature here at Lilybloombooks, that showcases Middle Grade books! Reviews, Interviews, Guest posts and Giveaways. Join the Madness! [divider] I’m excited to share my thoughts on Andrew Brumbach’s debut middle-grade novel, The Eye of Midnight! Before I share my thoughts, read a little bit about the book — [space size=10] Thoughts: […]