Monthly Archives: September 2021

Review: Spider-Man/Deadpool Vol. 7: My Two Dads

Yay! It’s more Spider-Man and Deadpool – one of my favorite team-ups out there. They’re arguably the quirkiest out there, and their adventures have steadily been getting more outlandish with time. Spider-Man/Deadpool Vol. 7: My Two Dads is no exception to that rule. Continue reading

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Realm Review – Thor: Metal Gods Episode 8

The epic metal question continues in Thor: Metal Gods Episode 8. Continue reading

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Review: Every Last Fear by Alex Finlay

Every Last Fear is the debut novel of Alex Finlay, and it is a twisting thriller of epic proportions. Continue reading

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Review: Reclaimed by Madeleine Roux

I originally fell in love with Madeleine Roux’s writing back when Salvaged came out (not that long ago, actually). And now she’s bringing readers another science fiction thriller, Reclaimed, and I am all sorts of here for it. Continue reading

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Review: The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner

The Lost Apothecary is one of those novels that I have heard SO much about lately; it was impossible to resist the temptation to put down everything I was doing and just read. Continue reading

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Review: Monstress Vol. 4: The Chosen

Monstress Vol. 4: The Chosen is a graphic novel that I practically counted down the days for, as the story and artwork are beyond compare. Written by Marjorie M. Liu and illustrated by Sana Takeda, this is one of the most memorable series out there, at least in my mind. Continue reading

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Review: Sisters of the Snake by Sasha Nanua and Sarena Nanua

The Prince and the Pauper meets fantasy in Sisters of the Snake. Sisters of the Snake, written by Sasha Nanua and Sarena Nanua, is arguably one of the better-written retellings I’ve ever seen. Throughout 500 (plus) pages, it takes on a life of its own. Continue reading

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Review: Iron Widow by Xiran Jay Zhao

The Iron Widow is the first novel in a series of the same name, written by Xiran Jay Zhao. This is one of those books that has been getting a lot of ink – and with good reason. I’m so happy to see it making so many different lists, and I hope that many readers get a chance to read it! Continue reading

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Review: Along the Saltwise Sea by A. Deborah Baker

Along the Saltwise Sea is the second novella in The Up-and-Under series, written by A. Deborah Baker (aka Seanan McGuire). This series started as a children’s book referenced in another one of McGuire’s worlds (Middlegame), but I feel like it has quickly gained a life of its own. Also, before I dive into my review, can we take a moment to appreciate that cover? It’s to die for. Continue reading

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Review: The Wolf’s Curse by Jessica Vitalis

The Wolf’s Curse is the debut novel of Jessica Vitalis, and it is going to steal you away to another world. At least, it did for me! Continue reading

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