Monthly Archives: August 2020

Review: To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini

Can you believe it? Christopher Paolini is back, only this time he isn’t diving back into the world of fantasy! Instead, he’s taking a swing at science fiction. From the moment this book was announced, I knew that it was going to be one epic adventure. Continue reading

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Review: Quantum Shadows by L.E. Modesitt Jr.

Quantum Shadows is the latest novel from L.E. Modesitt Jr., and you just know that it’s going to be a book full to the brim of science fiction and so much more. Continue reading

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Review: Snowflakes (Hush Collection) by Ruth Ware

Snowflakes is the first in a series of six short stories, known as the Hush Collection. Written by Ruth Ware, I just knew that I had to give this novella a try. Continue reading

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Review: Felyn’s Curse by Nancy Holland

Felyn’s Curse is the second novel in Nancy Holland’s Witch King Trilogy. This is a series that combines fantasy elements with romantic subplots. So it’s perfect for anybody that’s hoping to find that blend. Continue reading

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Review: My Hero Academia: Smash Vol. 1

My Hero Academia: Smash is a series intent on retelling the original series that we love so much (My Hero Academia, in case that wasn’t painfully obvious), but with a more…humorous twist. If you haven’t read the original series, a lot of what happens here probably won’t make a lot of sense. Continue reading

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Review: The Gillespie County Fair by Marc Hess

The Gillespie County Fair is the latest novel by Marc Hess, and it’s a totally unique read. Set in Texas, and revolving around the oldest fair, this novel is rich with culture and character development. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Where Dreams Descend by Janella Angeles

Where Dreams Descend is the first novel in Janella Angeles new series, Kingdom of Cards. It’s a world full of magic, danger, and romance. It’s perfect for those that love tales of magical circuses, card games, and everything in between. Continue reading

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Review: One by One by Ruth Ware

Picture Ruth Ware with a heavy influence from Agatha Christie, and you’ll have an idea of what is in store for you in One by One. The latest Ruth Ware novel is a divergence from her previous books, but not in a bad way. Continue reading

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Review: Malorie by Josh Malerman

This may be hard to believe, but that hit, Bird Box, just got a sequel! Malorie, by Josh Malerman, follows the events of Bird Box, where those strange creatures drive people insane. Continue reading

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Review: The Order of the Pure Moon Reflected in Water by Zen Cho

Zen Cho’s latest novella, The Order of the Pure Moon Reflected in Water, has been getting a lot of ink, and with good reason. It’s a wuxia fantasy with characters that feel larger than life. Continue reading

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