Blog Tour, Reviews

Blog Tour (Review + Giveaway) for Realm of Knight by Jennifer Anne Davis

Hello! Welcome to my spot on the Good Choice Reading blog tour for Realm of Knights by Jennifer Anne Davis. Happy Book Birthday!

By Jennifer Anne Davis

Publisher: Reign Publishing

Release Date: 10 Sept 2019

Synopsis:

Reid has spent her whole life pretending to be a man so she can inherit her father’s estate, but when a chance encounter threatens to expose her lie, she is forced to risk everything.

In the kingdom of Marsden, women are subservient to men and land can only pass from father to son. So whe. RIED Ellington is born, the fifth daughter to one of the wealthiest landholders in the kingdom, it’s announced that Reid is a boy.

Eighteen years later, Reid struggles to conceal the fact she’s actually a young woman. Every day, her secret becomes harder to keep. When one of Marsden’s princes sees her sparring with a sword, she is forced to accept his offer and lead her father’s soliders to the border. Along the way, she discovers a coverg organization within the army known as the Knights of the Realm. If Reid wants to save her family from being arrested for treason and robbed of their inheritance, she will have to join the Knights and become a weapon for the crown.

To protect her family, Reid must fight like a man. To do that, she’ll need the courage of a woman.

Find it here: Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Google Play

Review

Rating: ๐Ÿ›ก๐Ÿ›ก๐Ÿ›ก๐Ÿ›ก๐Ÿ›ก

I wasn’t sure I was going to like this book but I am glad that decided to give it a try and read it. I started the book on Sunday and finished it Monday afternoon, it usually takes me a while to finish books because I am slow reader and depending how the book can hold my attention. This story did keep me wanting to continue to read it.

The story sort of reminded me of Mulan but then difference is that Reid is forced to play the role of man because of her father not having a son heir passed his title and lands to upon his death. If anyone would find out that Lord Reid is Lady Reid, her father will be charged with treason and everything would be strip from her family so she has to be careful to play her role well. But there are complications when the royal Princes come knocking at her father’s door for assistance and one of the Prince find out she is actually women. They recruit her to help the King and the kingdom to fight their enemies. She finds out that nothing seems to be what she was told.

Reid remind me of Arya from Game of Thrones because of the way she carry herself and the way she was dedicated in her family. The story was fast paced and easy read but I would have like more world building. The ending of the book wasn’t what I expect but it was definitely a nice surprise.

Overall, I really enjoy the book and I am dying to know what happens in the next book with Reid and the rest of players in series.

Tour Schedule

Week 1:

September 2

Good Choice Reading – Promo

2 Rs blog – Review

Rockin’ Book Reviews – Review

September 3

We All Make Mistakes in Books – Review

September 4

Book Briefs – Review

Maiden of the Page – Promo

September 5

Jrsbookreviews – Review

September 6

Bucherfansite – Bucherfee vom Bodensee – Promo

Reads All the Books – Review

Week 2

September 9

Good Choice Reading – Review

September 10

Movies, Shows, & Books – Promo

Mahkjchi’s Not-So-Secret Books – Review

September 11

The Genre Minx Book Reviews – Promo

A Bookish Dream – Review

September 12

TMBA Corbett Tries to Write – Promo

September 13

Teatime and Books – Review

Bookwyrming Thoughts – Review

Giveaway

If you read Realm of Knights, let me know what you thought about.

Blog Tour, New Releases, Reviews

Blog Tour (Giveaway) – Tiger Queen by Annie Sullivan Review & Creative Post

First, I would like to wish Annie Sullivan a happy book birthday on release of Tiger Queen!

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Tiger Queen by Annie Sullivan. The tour is being hosted by Fantastic Fantasy Book Club.

By Annie Sullivan

Publisher: BLINK

Release Date: September 10, 2019

Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, Retelling, Romance

Synopsis:

From Annie Sullivan, author of A Touch of Gold, comes Tiger Queen, a sweeping YA fantasy adventure that tells the story of fierce desert princess battling to save her kingdom. Fans of Rebel of the Sands and Meagan Spooner will detour this retelling of Frank Stockton’s famous short story, “The Lady, or the Tiger?”

In the mythical desert kingdom of Achra, an ancient law forces sixteen-year-old Princess Kateri to fight in the arena to prove her right to rule. For Kateri, winning also means fulfilling a promise to her late mother that she would protect her people, who are struggling through windstorms and drought. The situation is worsened by the gang of Desert Boys that frequently raids the city wells, forcing the king to ration what little water is left. The punishment for stealing water is a choice between two doors: behind one lies freedom, and behind the other is a tiger.

But when Kateri’s final opponent is announced, she knows she cannot win. In desperation, she turns to the desert and the one person she never thought she’d side with. What Kateri discovers twists her worldโ€”and heartโ€”upside down. Her future is now behind two doorsโ€”only she’s not sure which holds the key to keeping her kingdom and which releases the tiger.

Find It: Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Book Depository

Review

Rating: ๐Ÿ…๐Ÿ…๐Ÿ…๐Ÿ…๐Ÿ…

This story wasn’t what I was expecting, I was surprised to find the darker to be a little darker that I thought it would be but I like it. Since, I love A Touch of Gold by Annie I was hoping it would be in the same writing style and pace which it was.

The story is told by Kateri who is princess who lost her mother and sibling by murdered done by the Desert Boys at a young age. Her father not having male heir, needed to trained Kateri to fight for her place to lead the people of Achra. The way she would herself to be chosen by the Desert to the rightful leader of the kingdom was she had to go through trails to fight against male opponents who fight her to take her rightful place as leader. During all of this her people and kingdom is suffering for a drought and her father’s Had to restrict the water rations from his people.

Not only was Achra was suffering a drought, the king was fighting against the Desert Boys who were stealing from wells and supposedly draining them dry which cause the king to be stricter with the water rations which was causing more suffering for the people. Kateri had hatred for the Desert Boys because she was told by her father that they murdered her mother and her sibling which is something we find early in the story. Kateri disappoints her father after one of her matches because she gets weapon b the opponent even though she won the match, her father see it as weakeness against himself and his bloodline so he announced her next opponent and potential husband to be her trainer Rodric who is not a really nice person. I actually really dislike him and her father. So, Kateri seeks out the leader of the Desert Boys Cion to help trained to fight against Rodric. Without going into spoiler, basically Kateri finds out things are not what they seem in Achra and she has to figure out who she can really trust.

I think the description of the fighting scenes and the world building was done well in the book. Overall, it was good story and honestly I did not realize it was retelling because I never read The Lady, or the Tiger short story.

Tour Schedule

About the Author

Annie Sullivan is a Young Adult author from Indianapolis, Indiana. Her work has been featured in Curly Red Stories and Punchnels. She loves fairy tales, everything Jane Austen, and traveling and exploring new cultures. When sheโ€™s not off on her own adventures, sheโ€™s teaching classes at the Indiana Writers Center and working as the Copy Specialist at John Wiley and Sons, Inc. publishing company, having also worked there in Editorial and Publicity roles. You can follow her adventures on Twitter and Instagram (@annsulliva)

Find her here: Website, Twitter

Creative Post

Giveaway

Prize: Tiger Queen poster and signed bookplate (US Only)

Starts: 4 Sept 2019

End: 13 Sept 2019

Blog Tour, Reviews, TBR and Beyond Blog Tour

Blog Tour + Giveaway for Don’t Say A Word by Amber Lynn Natusch

Hello! Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Don’t Say a Word (Hometown Antihero #2) by Amber Lynn Natusch. The tour is being hosted by TBR and Beyond.

I am excited to share my review and favorite quotes!

Side note: You will need to read Dare You to Lie first because the story line starts in the first one.

By Amber Lynn Natusch
Publisher: Tor Teen
Release Date: September 17, 2019
Genre: Young Adult, Mystery

Synopsis:

Kylene Danners’ ex-FBI agent father is in prison for murder and she’s hell-bent on getting him out. But trying to investigate in the small town where a defensive lineman is a hero no matter who he tries to kill and the girl who gets him locked up is public enemy number one is dangerous. Dark secrets are everywhere in Jasperville – the kind Ky can’t walk away from.

When rookie FBI agent Cedric Dawson returns to town to finish an open investigation, he goes undercover at her high school – as her ex. Determined to keep her from interfering, Dawson’s plan backfires after Ky gets an anonymous call about missing girls officially labeled as runaways – runaways that didn’t really run away at all.

Because dead girls can’t run.

And they don’t say a word.

Find It: Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Indigo, Book Depository, Google Books, Kobo

Review

Rating: ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Trigger warnings: Sexual assault, underage prostitution and violence

My review is non-spoiler for both books but I have to say that if you like first book then you will love this second one. If you haven’t pick up the first one, then you need to go out and get it because if you are fan of Veronica Mars than this series is for you.

Don’t Say a Word pick up where Dare You To Lie left off, we find Kylene dealing with the aftermath of events that happen in the first book. She is still trying to find the evidence to free her dad from prison but Ky gets a phone call from girl who is really scared about missing girls and she doesn’t trust the police or FBI to help. The girl will only work with Ky which causes Ky to ask Dawson for help on trying to find out what happen to the girls and try to get the girl “Jane” out before something happens to her. The only way Dawson can help Kylene is by going undercover at her school as her ex-boyfriend from Columbus which doesn’t suit well with Ky’s other ex-boyfriend AJ.

Seeing all of the relationship developments between Dawson and Kylene was fun to read because they have certain kind of chemistry and sexual tension between them. Ky and Dawson make a really good team, even though they do a lot of bantering with each other they don’t lose focus on the case and how important it is to solve it.

I really love this series and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys mystery, thrillers and Veronica Mars than this book is for you.

Favorite Quotes

Call me babe again and I’ll bury your balls somewhere deep inside your abdomen”

“This bitch had bark and bite”

“I can’t tell if that was an act of kindness or aggression”

“You’re like a mythical creature…a unicorn”

“What I learned – or confirmed – is that there is no way to leave this hell

About the Author

Amber Lynn Natusch is the author of the bestselling Caged series for adults. She was born and raised in Winnipeg, and is still deeply attached to her Canadian roots. She loves to dance and practice Muay Thai – but spends most of her time running a chiropractic practice with her husband, raising two young children, and attempting to write she can lock herself in the bathroom for ten minutes of peace. Dare You to Lie is her debut YA novel with Tor Teen.

Check out Amber on her various platforms: Website, Goodreads, Twitter, Instagram

Check out all of the rest of the blog tour for this awesome book!

Tour Schedule

August 23rd

TBR and Beyond – Welcome Post

August 24th

BluePixieoftheGalaxy’s Bookblog – Review

August 25th

TBR and Beyond – Review

The Book Dutchesses – Review + Favorites Quotes

August 26th

Confession of a YA Reader – Review + Favorite Quotes

Bookishly Slytherclaw – Review + Favorite Quotes

August 27th

Functionally Fictional – Review + Favorite Quotes

August 28th

Mahkjchi’s Not-so-Secret Books – Review + Favorite Quotes

Read Love Blog – Review + Favorite Quotes

Sometimes Leelynn Reads – Interview

August 29th

Laura Bookish Corner – Review + Dreamcast

The Wayfaring Bibliomaniac – Review

August 30th

Young at Heart Reader – Review

Mel and her Books – Review

Book Lover’s Book Reviews – Review

Giveaway

Get a chance to win a physical copy of Don’t Say a Word ARC (US and Canada Only)

Starts: August 23, 2019

Ends: August 31, 2018

Giveaway Link

Thanks for stopping by and don’t forget to check out the other bloggers tour post!

Reviews

Review: We Set The Dark On Fire by Tehlor Kay Mejia

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishing

Published: February 26, 2019

Rating: ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Synopsis:

Let Rebellion Burn.

At Medio School for girls, distinguished young women are trained for one of two roles in their polarized society. Depending on her specialization, a graduate will one day run her husband’s or raise his children, but both wives are promised a life of comfort anf luxury, far from the frequent political uprising of the lower class.

Daniela Vargas is the school’s top student, but her bright future depends upon no one discovering her darkest secret – that her pedigree is a lie. Her parents sacrificed everything to obtain forged identification papers so Dani could rise above her station. Now that her marriage to an important politico’s son is fast approaching, she must keep the truth hidden or be sent back to the fringes of society, where famine and poverty rule supreme.

On her graduation night, Dani seems to be in the clear, despite the surprises that unfold. But nothing prepares her for all the difficult choices she must make, especially when she is asked to spy for a resistance group desperately fighting to bring equality to Medio. Will Dani give up everything she’s strived for in pursuit of a free Medio – and a chance at a forbidden love?

Review:

This story feels uncomfortably close to what is happening in our world with women being excepted to conform to being subservient roles and let’s talk about the wall that keeps out what the government considered to be “illegals” even though they are part of the same world. Does it sounds familiar?

The story is across between The Handmaiden Tale and The Hunger Games. The difference is that the story follows young women who are being trained at Medio School for Girls to be wives who are sold to the wealthiest, influential families. The twist is that the girls are married in pairs to one man, there is a Primera (whose roles is to handle the everyday household and the right hand of her husband) and a Segunda (whose role is to be the one gives her husband children).

We follow Dani and Carmen who have graduated from the school and have been married to Mateo. Dani was not happy to have Carmen to be the Segunda because of the way Carmen treated her throughout their time in school.

I enjoyed seeing the development of Dani’s character in the story. You see that she trying to be strong and tries to not show her fear that her secret would be revealed that can ruining everything that she work for and her family. She doesn’t allow her fears get in the way what she has to do to survive and becomes clear that she really wants to help and be part of the revolution with La Voz. To be able to fight for people who can’t do it for themselves. She was my favorite character from the book.

I wasn’t sure how I felt about Carmen because I really didn’t like her in the beginning of the book but eventually I did start feeling different about her especially seeing how she started to show herself with Dani and seeing how relationship with Dani getting stronger. The romance that developed between Dani and Carmen is when I knew that Carmen was being real and truly care for Dani. Their relationship was so sweet and real in a world that was fighting against everything around them.

The one character that I really hated was Mateo. All I can say about him is that he is truly an egotistical asshole! I hope he gets what he deserved in the next book.

Overall, this book was amazing with it vivid descriptions of the world and you can tell the influence of Latin culture which was nice to read for this Latina.

I can’t wait for the second book to come out so we find out what happens with Dani, Carmen, and the rest of the characters in the book.

Have you read this book? What did you think?

Reviews

E-ARC Review: The Magicians Original Graphic Novel: Alice’s Story by Lev Grossman and Lilah Sturges

By Lev Grossman and Lilah Sturges

Publisher: BOOM! Archaia

Publishing Date: July 10, 2019

Rating: ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

Synopsis:

Alice Quinn is manifestly brilliant, and she’s always known that magic is real. During her years at Brakebills College for Magicial Pedagogy, she rises to the top of her class, falls in love with Quentin Coldwater, and witnesses a horrifically magicial creature invade their dimension.

It’s not soon after graduation when Alice, Quentinx and their friends set their sights on the idyllic setting of Fillory: a place thought to only live in the pages of their favorite children’s books. A land where magic flows like rivers…

But in this magical realm nothing is what it seems to be, and something darker lies behind the spell binding facade. It is in the darkness where Alice will discover her true calling and her life, and those friends, forever changed.

Acclaimed novelist Lev Grossman teams with New York Times bestselling writer Lilah Sturges (Lumberjanes: The Infernal Compass), and breakout artist Pius Bak for a new look at the smash hit trilogy The Magicians.

Review:

***Received the e-ARC copy via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I want to thank the publisher and Netgalley for the opportunity to read and review the graphic novel.***

The story is in Alice’s perspective of the first book in the Magician series. We see a little more of what she was thinking and see things in her mindset when she goes to school and afterward graduating with her friends.

The characters are based on the book not the TV show. They do not look like the shows characters especially Penny. It was nice to see the story being told by Alice’s perspective.

I really enjoy reading this graphic novel, it was slow at first but it did pick up pace the rest of the story. The artwork and storyboards were really good. They match what the story was telling and showing Alice’s thoughts on each page.

After reading this, I am going to add The Magicians to my TBR in the near future.

Reviews

Review: Wicked Saints by Emily A. Duncan

By: Emily A. Duncan

Publisher: Wednesday Books

Release Date: 2 April 2019

Rating: ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

***Content warnings: Self-harm, torture, blood & gore, violence, war themes, death, assualt, alcoholism, and murder***

Synopsis:

A girl who speak to gods must save her people without destroying herself.

A prince in danger must dexide who to trust.

A boy with a monstrous secret waits in the wings.

Together, they must assassinate the king and stop the war.

In a centuries-long was where beauty and brutality meet, their three paths entwine in a shadowy world of spilled blood and mysterious saintsz where a forbidden romance threatens to tip the scales between dark and light. Wicked Saints is the thrilling start to Emily A. Duncan’s devastatingly Gothic Something Dark and Holy trilogy.

Review:

Let me start off with how much this book doesn’t seemed to be a debut novel from Emily A. Duncan. Her writing style is beautiful and very vivid, it kept me on my toes and wanting to read more. Not only is the writing style amazing, the world building was well-developed and you can tell that she took her time and did research to make sure the world would flow smoothly.

“We’re all monsters, Nadya, some of us just hide it better than others.”

I had heard some people thought that the pace in the beginning was too slow or fast for them, I didn’t think it was either. I thought the pace throughout the novel was perfect because it allowed me to get to know the characters. It allow me to fall in love and get heartbroken at the same time.

The main characters in Wicked Saints are amazing and I fell love with all three of them. I did enjoy the side characters too and I hope see more of them in the sequel.

“She would bring this country to its knees.”

Nadya seems to be a shelter girl who is protected behind the monastery walls, who speaks with the Gods, and the only hope for Kalyazin to end the war with Tranavia. At first, I didn’t know if I was going to like her because I thought she was not going to be strong character. I am glad that I was wrong because she was written as a strong female character who still had her insecurities and doubts but she didn’t allowed them to get in her way of what she needed to do. I love her so much and can’t wait to see how much more she developed in the sequel.

“Oh, is this how it goes? I’m murdered and everyone has orders to kill me on sight? Just to rub it in?”

Serefin wasn’t my favorite character at the beginning because of how cruel and heartless he was when you met him in beginning. But my opinion change when he was sent back to Tranavia and had to face his father (who I really hate). When he was back home, he becomes a different person. He is awkward, charming boy who has insecurities and wants his father’s acceptance and love. He is a very powerful blood mage but he has a serious issue with alcohol which is understandable. I don’t blame him with everything he had to do in the war and his father issues. I really like him and he prove to be selfless and caring person at the end. He is also one of the characters that is bi-sexual which was great to see representation of LGBTQ.

When he stepped past her, a smile flickered at the edges of his lips. There was darkness at the corners, something evil just underneath the surface, sinister. He turned and grinned at her, monstrous but beatific, holding out his hand, darkness gone. Maybe sheโ€™d just imagined it. She took his hand.

Malachiasz…Malachiasz! I save him for last because I really love his character! Even though he broke my heart at the end, I still love him and big fangirl. He is a fascinating, complicated, tragic, and monstrous boy. Reading about his backstory and learning how he became who he is now made a lot sense on how he is a dark and anxious character. You can feel how he is struggling within himself on not being what he trained to be and be the person that Nadya thought he was. I was rooting for him throughout the book but then the ending of the book shatter my heart to pieces. I literally scream at the pages! But I still love him and hoping for the best.

You have plunged yourself into the dark where the monsters dwell, now you must fight them off before you’re consumed.”

Honestly, I was in a reading slump when I started Wicked Saints and it reminded me how much I love dark fantasy and what I was lacking in my TBR each month. Now, I have one dark fantasy in my TBR cart to read each month.

This book isn’t an easy read and it has triggering factors which Emily has stated about them. But if you love dark fantasy and the triggers aren’t an issue, then I would highly recommend Wicked Saints.

I am looking forward to getting my hands on the sequel and get back into the world of Wicked Saints.

New Releases, Reviews

Review e-Arc: Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale by Lauren Myracle

***Received the e-ARC from the publisher DC Link via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review***

Published Date: May 7, 2019

Publisher: DC Link

Find it: Goodreads, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, Indigo

Synopsis:

Youโ€™ve never heard this Catwoman tale. There are no leather cat-suits, whips or cat puns. Instead, Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale is an original story about a young, lonely girl named Selina Kyle. Selinaโ€™s not the prom queen or cheerleading captain – sheโ€™s the other girl. The girl who eats alone at lunchtime and the girl whose home is filled with endless emotional and physical abuse.

From New York Times bestselling author Lauren Myracle (ttyl) and artist Isaac Goodhart, comes a poignant coming of age graphic novel about a troubled teen who leaves her turbulent home life behind for a new start on the dangerous streets of Gotham City. A powerful story about domestic abuse, survival and self-discovery, Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale is an important read for todayโ€™s teen (ages 13-17), and will hit stores everywhere books are sold on May 7, 2019.

Selina Kyle is fiercer than she knows. For 14 years sheโ€™s put up with her motherโ€™s endless string of bad boyfriends, burying her resentment just below the surface. But when Dernell, her momโ€™s current boyfriend, proves crueler than all the others combined, Selina reevaluates her dismal life. Thereโ€™s no way Selina and Dernell can live under the same roof, and since Dernell wonโ€™ leave, Selina must.

Life on the streets is rougher than Selina expects. In fact, it pretty much sucks โ€“ until by chance (or fate?), she falls in with a heist-happy gang of street kids like herself. What Selena doesnโ€™t see coming is how appealing life in a pack can be, and how tempting it is to accept the comfort that comes from trusting others. But trust leads to vulnerability, and vulnerability leads to weakness โ€“ and Selina Kyle refuses to be weak. Selina soon learns that figuring out how to survive is simple compared to figuring out how to be.

Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale marks Myracleโ€™s first graphic novel and will be published under DC Ink, DCโ€™s new young adult publishing imprint.

Review:

Rating: ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ๐Ÿ’œ

I have always been fascinated by the story of Selina Kyle. I see her as being a complex and interesting character that I am always looking for stories that gives more of backstory about how she became Catwoman. This is the first graphic novel that I read which focus solely on Selina and how she slowly becomes into Catwoman. This was an interesting origin tale of Catwoman. The story is told when Selina is 14 years old and is going through many obstacles such as issues with her mother and her violent boyfriend.

If you are looking for a sweet story of Catwoman, then this would not be story for you because it is actually telling the story of all of the intense and abusive moments that molded Selina into becoming Catwoman. This story does have subject matter that can be triggering such as cutting, bullying and verbal/physical abuse. The author did a great job with writing about the triggering subjects in the comic.

I have enjoyed this telling of Selina aka Catwoman because the characters were well developed, the writing, and story was done very well. The best part of the whole comic is the artwork is amazing because you didn’t need a lot dialogue to follow the story and to know what was happening in the scenes. It was nice to see diverse characters in the comic but I would have like to seen more of some those characters. I thought it was great to see all of the stray cats following Selina around because it was showing her connection with them.

The backstory between Selina and Bruce was interesting part of the comic. It showed how Selina became friends with Bruce when they were small children and how they friendship change when they became teenagers. They do reconnect in the story and shows how much they both care about each other. I thought it was a nice touch to the story between Batman and Catwoman instead of them meeting as adults but as teens.

The other part of the story I thought was interesting was Selina’s “friendships” with the group of runaways who live in a warehouse and doing “jobs” for money. She finds the group when she befriend Ojo who teaches her how to scale/climb walls and building. After living on the streets was not working for her, she decides to take up Ojo offer to stay with the group and work with them. She meets a young girl name Rosie, who does not speak because of tragic event that happens to her and her family. It was nice to see how Selina’s personality changes from hard-ass don’t care person to someone who is kind and taking care of someone else that needs her help. This group becomes Selina’s family more than her mother was because they all look out for each other.

Overall, I enjoyed the comic and the only things that I would have like to have seen was more development of the other characters with a little bit of background story and have a trigger warning in the comic so that teens are aware of the subject matter.

Even though this might not be the type of Catwoman story you are looking for and you might have seen some not so good reviews, don’t let those things from stopping you from reading it and make your owe opinion on the story. I hope we get continuation graphic novel to see what other adventures the teenage Selina takes.

I would like to thank DC Link and NetGalley for giving me the opportunity to read and review Under the Moon: A Catwoman Tale.