A Talk With: Miranda Asebedo, on The Deepest Roots

Hi friends! I’m back today with another lovely chat I had with a great, promising debut author releasing her sophomore novel this year. Welcome back to “A Talk With”! In case you missed it, “A Talk With” is a brand new feature here on Drizzle & Hurricane Books, where I will invite young adult book […]

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Bullet Point Reviews : The Wicked Deep, The Night Circus

Hi friends!. I’m back today with a couple reviews of some of my latest reads and today, it’s all about magic. Two magical kind of reads I’ve been anticipating reading for a little while now… and they did not disappoint. There are no spoilers in these reviews. The Wicked Deep, Shea Ernshaw Published by Simon […]

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Bullet Point Reviews : How To Make A Wish, The Astonishing Color of After

As I am writing this, I have been feeling a little bit overwhelmed with the Shattering Stigmas event starting at the end of the week and everything I have to prepare. So, even if my heart is wanting to pour itself out into another long discussion, I don’t have the time nor the courage to […]

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Review: Spellbook of the lost and found, Moïra Fowley-Doyle

Rainy Ireland, bike rides to school, abandoned houses and estates, lost belongings, old books and strange spells: this is, in a nutshell, what you can expect from Moïra Fowley-Doyle’s latest book, Spellbook of the Lost and Found. Last year, I fell in love with her debut and, at the same time, with magical realism, this […]

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Review: The Disappearances, Emily Bain Murphy

The Disappearances is one of these books that surprised me, right from the beginning. In a very good way. Atmospheric, mysterious, with great and well-shaped characters, it definitely was such a promising debut – in fact, I was surprised it was a debut at all. MYSTERIOUS SMALL-TOWN VIBES “But really, aren’t there bits of magic […]

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