Hey everyone and welcome to another weekend review feature, this time for a book blogger I’ve been following for quite some time now. I’ve really enjoyed reading her input about books, particularly those of the YA variety–which I imagine is no surprise to anyone who has been reading my content for a while now–as those happen to be my favorite in general.
A fantasy based book blog, Cassiopeia’s Moon features books for just about all ages so long as they fall into that genre. Her blog does delve into some other topics that aren’t solely focused on books–I’m sure we all have our other exciting topics that we like to post about–and often features a cartoon of what I’ve grown to assume is a cute little monster on account of his rather adorable tiny teeth. Almost always, you can tell just from the photo when she’s posted.
The review I’ve decided to feature today is for the book Icefall by Walt Stone and Mica Stone, a science fiction novel with one of the most gorgeous covers I’ve ever seen. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if it found its way into one of my cover love Friday posts later on down the road. I’m excite to give this book a try later and I think a lot of you may be, as well!
Check out Cassiopeia’s review for Icefall!
“…was such a good read! Sci-fi, natural disaster, big brother watching everything…and the main characters don’t even know half of it….”