REVIEW: The Women’s War by Jenna Glass

This review originally appeared on 80 Books Blog. 4 out of 5 stars   ★★★★☆ When a nobleman’s first duty is to produce a male heir, women are treated like possessions and bargaining chips. But as the aftereffects of a world-altering spell ripple out physically and culturally, women at last have a bargaining chip of their own. And … More REVIEW: The Women’s War by Jenna Glass

REVIEW: Amberlough by Lara Elena Donnelly

This post originally appeared on 80 Books Blog. 3 out of 5 stars   ★★★☆☆ Synopsis: Welcome to Amberlough City, the illustrious but corrupt cosmopolitan beacon of Gedda. The radical One State Party—nicknamed the Ospies—is gaining popular support to unite Gedda’s four municipal governments under an ironclad, socially conservative vision. Not everyone agrees with the Ospies’ … More REVIEW: Amberlough by Lara Elena Donnelly

How the 2016 Election Influenced My Reading Habits

  The way my reading habits have changed comes down to one fact: I read more non-fiction! I hated non-fiction for a long time and automatically thought it was boring/only for school. Ever since the election I’ve become determined to read more broadly and understand how the world works, specifically with politics (like Fire and … More How the 2016 Election Influenced My Reading Habits