City of Stairs (The Divine Cities, #1)
17, Aug
4.5/5 stars.

Sometimes you may wonder why you keep delaying a series that you have been meaning to read, and when you've finally read it, you want to smack yourself hard for waiting so long to do so.  Divine Cities falls right into this category of "Why in the world did it take me so long to read this?  It is so good!"

How to Find Love in a Bookshop
13, Aug
4/5 stars.

This was such a lovely read that I have picked up purely because its title and cover design depicting one of those enchanting English bookshops attracted me

Reliquary (Pendergast, #2)
05, Aug

4/5 stars.

A great sequel to the first of the Pendergast series, Reliquary is an absorbing, page-turner that is better than its predecessor.

Gardens of the Moon (Malazan Book of the Fallen #1)
03, Aug

Rating: 4.25/5 stars

I admit it. I never read Malazan. I’ve waited until now to take my first foray into Steven Erikson’s sprawling world. My first stop: Gardens of the Moon.

Superhero City: Ghoul
01, Aug

X-Men meets The Running Man. (If you don’t know what The Running Man is, you should quickly go and familiarise yourself with Arnold Schwarzenegger’s back catalogue. Do it. Do it now!)

The Descent of Monsters (Tensorate #3)
31, Jul

Rating: 4/5 Stars

Out of the three Tensorate novellas I have read, this one is definitely my favorite.

The Stone Sky (The Broken Earth, #3)
28, Jul

5/5 stars.

Jemisin has created an extraordinary trilogy that is original, captivating and emotionally powerful.

The Dark Forest (Remembrance of Earth's Past, #2)
17, Jul

5/5 stars.

The Dark Forest is a stunning sequel to the highly acclaimed The Three-Body Problem and in my opinion, surpassed it by the magnitude of astronomical units.

The Three-Body Problem (Remembrance of Earth's Past, #1)
07, Jul

4.5/5 stars.

This critically well-acclaimed science fiction novel certainly deserves its laurels.