Tag Archives: ARC

Review: The Future of Another Timeline by Annalee Newitz

The Future of Another Timeline is the newest novel from the mind of Annalee Newitz. It is, without a shadow of a doubt, the most feminist piece of fiction I’ve read this year. It mashes time travel, punk music, women’s rights, and so much more into one compact novel. Continue reading

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Review: What Rose Forgot by Nevada Barr

What Rose Forgot is the newest thriller from Nevada Barr – so you just know that this novel is full of action and chilling events. This novel is a standalone piece, so even if you’ve read nothing else by Nevada Barr, you’re safe to pick this one up and start reading. Continue reading

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Review: The Tenth Girl by Sara Faring

The Tenth Girl is the debut novel of Sara Faring, and it is a gothic psychological thriller novel deeply rooted in Patagonian lore. And it’ll send shivers down your spines. Continue reading

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Review: Stealing the Scream by Theodore Carter

Stealing the Scream by Theodore Carter blends fact and fiction in this thrilling tale of the infamous art heist; the moment the Scream by Edvard Munch was stolen. And how it mysteriously appeared once again. Continue reading

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Review: The Witch King by Nancy Holland

The Witch King is the third and final novel in The Witch King trilogy by Nancy Holland. The series has been a romantic fantasy; all set in the same world, but with different main characters each time. Though they all connect back to one another, naturally. Continue reading

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Review: Seeker by Kim Chance

Seeker is the second and final novel in the Keeper Duology by Kim Chance. This concludes the tale of Lainey, Ty, and Maggie. And it’s a dramatic tale, to be sure. Continue reading

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Review: The Unkindest Tide (October Daye #13) by Seanan McGuire

The Unkindest Tide is the thirteenth novel in the October Daye series, and once again we find Toby up to her neck in trouble. What a shock, we know. At least this time we know it’s because Toby is keeping a promise, instead of just having a talent for causing trouble. Continue reading

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Review: Crown of Coral and Pearl by Mara Rutherford

Crown of Coral and Pearl is the debut novel by Mara Rutherford, and it’s been getting a lot of hype and attention lately. Having read it, I can certainly see why. It’s the first novel in a series of the same name, and looks like it’s going to be an epic journey to the end. Continue reading

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Review: The Blacksmith Queen by G.A. Aiken

The Blacksmith Queen is the first novel in a new series by G.A. Aiken, the Scarred Earth Saga. This is admittedly a very evocative name. Between that and the cover, I just knew I had to give this series a try. Continue reading

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Review: Turning Darkness Into Light by Marie Brennan

Turning Darkness Into Light is the latest novel from Marie Brennan, and it’s set in the world of her other novel, Memoirs of Lady Trent. That being said, you honestly don’t have to have read the other one first in order to understand what is happening. I didn’t and was fine. Though I’m sure I missed out on plenty of references that fans would have loved. Continue reading

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