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Review: November Vol. II

The tale continues in November Vol. II, as three women continue to deal with all the darkness that has come into their lives. Written by Matt Fraction, with artwork by Elsa Charretier, Matt Hollingsworth, and Kurt Ankeny, this is not a graphic novel to miss out on. Continue reading

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Review: Ariadne by Jennifer Saint

Yes! It’s another Greek Mythology retelling! I’ve been craving one ever since I read Circe, so you can imagine how excited I was about the news. Ariadne, written by Jennifer Saint, takes a classic story from Greek Mythology and flips the focus all around. Continue reading

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Review: Sun-Daughters, Sea-Daughters by Aimee Ogden

Little Mermaid retold in Space Opera form? Count me in! Sun-Daughters, Sea-Daughters, written by Aimee Ogden is absolutely the most creative retelling I’ve read, and I’ve read a lot of them. Continue reading

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Review: An Unnatural Life by Erin K. Wagner

An Unnatural Life is the latest novella from science fiction writer Erin K. Wagner. This is one of those novellas that’s going to make you think. It’s goal is to make you uncomfortable, and to assess your biases, but in ways that you might not expect. Continue reading

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Review: Midnight Blue-Light Special by Seanan McGuire

Midnight Blue-Light Special is the second novel in Seanan McGuire’s InCryptid series, and man do I wish I had found/read this series sooner! It’s such a delight, a fun romp through the world of mythical creatures and beings. Continue reading

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Review: A Crown of Felling by Brindi Quinn

A Crown of Felling is the third novel in Brindi Quinn’s A Crown of Echoes Series, and let me tell you: this is not a series you’ll want to miss out on. I know, I know. I’m horribly biased here, as Brindi Quinn is my all-time favorite indie author. But I still consider this to be the absolute truth. Continue reading

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Review: Star Wars, Vol. 8: Mutiny at Mon Cala

Many fans of Star Wars have been enjoying the fact that the adventures have continued onward in comic book form. Myself included. I’m painfully behind in the series, but have finally gotten around to reading Star Wars, Vol. 8: Mutiny at Mon Cala. Continue reading

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Review: Witches Steeped in Gold by Ciannon Smart

I am absolutely in love with my OwlCrate copy of Witches Steeped in Gold. I’m so happy I held out for this beauty! Now I get to sit down and read Ciannon Smart’s work. Witches Steeped in Gold is the first novel in a series of the same name, and I could not be more excited. Continue reading

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Review: The Chosen and the Beautiful by Nghi Vo

Yes! It’s another novel by Nghi Vo, and I could not be more excited about that fact! The Chosen and the Beautiful is her first full novel, following novellas like When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain. Continue reading

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Review: The Echo Wife by Sarah Gailey

The Echo Wife is the latest novel by Sarah Gailey, and it blends mystery with science fiction in such thrilling and alarming ways, all as science and possibility takes the forefront. Continue reading

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