Sharing fantasy book reviews for some of my favorite, and not-so-favorite, books! Decided what to read with these pros and cons fantasy book reviews!
Check out some of my spoiler-free fantasy book reviews here!
Feel free to watch my spoiler-free review playlist on YouTube, or read through some of my written book reviews on the book blog. For all of my reviews, I try to share what I like as well as what I don’t like about a specific book. Even when I love a book, I know that they aren’t perfect.
There is always something that could be a little better, or that someone may see as a con, even in a 5-star book. I will give you all of my opinions, based mostly on how I felt while reading, so take all of my thoughts with a grain of salt. I am not a professional reviewer or a book/writing expert, I’m just a mom who likes to read and review fantasy books!
These reviews will be kept spoiler-free unless notated otherwise with a spoiler section alert!
This Poison Heart Review
Head over and check out the spoiler-free review for This Poison Heart, a fun YA urban fantasy with plant magic by Kalynn Baron! Don’t feel like watching?
You can check out the full written This Poison Heart review as well.
Six Crimson Cranes Spoiler Free Review
Check out my spoiler-free, pros and cons review of Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim. This Asian-inspired YA fantasy was a lot of fun to read and I think it will appeal to a wide variety of fantasy readers.
Prefer to watch your book reviews? Check out my full spoiler-free BookTube video instead.
The Nature of Witches Book Review
This is a fantastic standalone fantasy book about witches and environmental issues. Sounds strange when you mention those two things together, but they go together so well in this book!
You can read my Nature of Witches spoiler-free review, or watch the YouTube video to decide if this is something you want to read.
Babel Spoiler Free Book Review
Dark academia at its best. Babel by RF Kuang is a historical fantasy set at Oxford in the 1800s that will take you on a journey through language and time and leave you feeling both hopeful and drained at the same time. Read this Babel review (spoiler free), and decide if this is the next book for you.
Make sure you come back to keep up with more fantasy book reviews as I read more books to share with you!