Monthly Archives: February 2020

Review: All Cats Are Introverts

Francesco Marciuliano has made a career out of books made for cat lovers. If you loved I Could Pee on This – then you absolutely need to check out their next book, All Cats Are Introverts. Continue reading

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Review: Cast in Oblivion by Michelle Sagara

Cast in Oblivion is the fourteenth novel in Michelle Sagara’s Chronicles of Elantra series, and honestly? It’s hard to believe how long this series has been running. I fell in love with this series fourteen – yes, fourteen! Books ago, and I’ve never been quite the same since. Continue reading

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Review: Reaver Vol. 1: Hell’s Half-Dozen

Reaver Vol. 1 is an all-new and dark fantasy series, one that pits cultures against one another, as one ragtag group strives to complete their goals. Or die. Madaras is neck deep in a war, one that never seems to end. Continue reading

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Review: Shatter the Earth by Karen Chance

Shatter the Earth is the tenth novel in the Cassie Palmer series by Karen Chance, and this is a series still going strong. It’s admittedly one of my favorite series, so you’ll have to forgive my slight bias in recommending it so much! Continue reading

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Review: The Vanishing Deep by Astrid Scholte

The Vanishing Deep is Astrid Scholte’s second novel, and it is another standalone novel. Though it will surprise fans, for it is quite different from Four Dead Queens. This is a tale of the dead, and how family can get their loved ones back – but only for 24 hours. Continue reading

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Review: Finna by Nino Cipri

Finna is a whirlwind adventure set in a shocking environment. Written by Nino Cipri, this piece of speculative science fiction makes heavy use of wormholes, multiple dimensions, and the humbling nature that is minimum wage life. Continue reading

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Review: Merchants of Milan by Edale Lane

Merchants of Milan is Edale Lane’s latest novel, and is the start to the Night Flyer Trilogy. It’s a historical fiction novel, full of twists, passion, and drama. Continue reading

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Review: Randomize by Andy Weir

Andy Weir’s Randomize is the sixth and final novella in the Forward Collection – a project created by six different authors. The entire idea of the project was to showcase a far-flung future, all written with the hopes of getting the reader (or listener) to think. Continue reading

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Review: Star Wars: Poe Dameron Vol. 4: Legend Found

Once again it seems that Poe Dameron and his Black Squadron have managed to get themselves into a series of dilemmas. But at this point, that’s hardly surprising at all. In Poe Dameron Vol. 4: Legend Found, the Rebellion has been working steadily towards one goal: find Skywalker. And that means finding Lor San Tekka. Continue reading

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Review: Strange Girls: Women in Horror Anthology

Strange Girls is the newest anthology out on the racks, and it has a specific and unique focus. This whole collection is a variation on the standard horror themes – with girls and women being the focus and authors behind it all. Continue reading

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