Monthly Archives: June 2022

Review: Comfort Me With Apples by Catherynne M. Valente

before. It’s a horror with fantasy elements…or is it a fantasy with horror elements? Either way, this world has pulled heavily from both genres – with chilling effects. Continue reading

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Review: Nettle & Bone by T. Kingfisher

Nettle & Bone is the first novel I’ve read by T. Kingfisher – but I can tell you right now that I’m adding every other book of hers to my TBR list. I loved this one so much. Please make the time to read Nettle & Bone; you won’t regret it! Continue reading

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Review: Triptych by Jaleigh Johnson

Triptych is the latest Marvel: Xavier’s Institute Novel, written by Jaleigh Johnson. To say that I was excited about this novel would be the understatement of the year, as I’ve been craving some new X-Men stories lately. Continue reading

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Realm Review: Jessica Jones: Playing With Fire Episode 16

The Season Concludes In Jessica Jones: Playing With Fire Episode 16 It’s hard to believe, but Jessica Jones: Playing With Fire Episode 16 wraps up the first (but hopefully not only) season of Jessica Jones’ journey. It all started as a missing … Continue reading

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Short Story Saturday: Oh Pretty Bird by Seanan McGuire

My binge through Seanan McGuire’s InCryptid short stories continues here with Oh Pretty Bird. We’re still on Jonathan and Frances Healy, and I adore them so much. It’s been refreshing getting to know some of the older Healy/Price members for obvious reasons. Continue reading

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Review: The Freedom Race by Lucinda Roy

The Freedom Race is the first novel in Lucinda Roy’s The Dreambird Chronicles series, and it is a series like no other. It blends science fiction fantasy with dystopian elements, and it does so flawlessly. Better yet, it has a poignant message written into the narrative, which makes it all the more powerful in my book. Continue reading

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Review: Faith: Greater Heights by Julie Murphy

Faith: Greater Heights is the second novel in Julie Murphy’s Faith Herbert Origin Story series. If you don’t know who Faith is, I would strongly recommend going and checking out the graphic novel series (by Valiant) surrounding the character. Continue reading

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Review: Outlaw: Relentless by Tristan Palmgren

Woo! My favorite Marvel heroine (okay, one of my many favorites) is finally stealing the spotlight! Outlaw is finally (finally) getting her own novel, and I am all sorts of excited for this news. Written by Tristan Palmgren, Outlaw: Relentless is a book I’ve been waiting for. Continue reading

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Realm Review: Jessica Jones: Playing With Fire Episode 15

Time To Save the Day In Jessica Jones: Playing With Fire Episode 15 Jess’ case is nearing its conclusion in Jessica Jones: Playing With Fire Episode 15. There’s only so much time to wrap up the investigation and save the day … Continue reading

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Short Story Saturday: We Both Go Down Together by Seanan McGuire

Next up on the list of Seanan McGuire short stories, we have We Both Go Down Together, part of her InCryptid series. This is number 0.09 in the series, which means I really am making progress in their story! Though I’m not sure how great that is, all things considered. At this point, I don’t want to have to say goodbye to them. (I’m so bad, I know). Continue reading

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