Tag Archives: Book Review

Realm Review – Thor: Metal Gods Episode 7

The quest continues in Thor: Metal Gods Episode 7. Continue reading

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Review: Dead Space by Kali Wallace

I’m just going to come out and say it: Dead Space is the best science fiction novel I’ve read this year. And I expect it will still be my favorite by the end of the year. This is a thrilling tale written by Kali Wallace that merges science fiction with horror, with touches of mystery. Continue reading

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Review: Flash Fire by T.J. Klune

Flash Fire, written by T.J. Klune, is the second novel in The Extraordinaries #2 series, and oh my god, this series is SO good. I fell in love with the first novel not too long ago, and I was so happy that I could dive right on into the second novel. Now I’m here, waiting on bated breath for the news of the third. Continue reading

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Review: Red Tigress by Amelie Wen Zhao

Red Tigress is the second novel in Amelie Wen Zhao’s Blood Heir Trilogy, and I have a confession to make: I’m already counting down the days for the next installment. It’s that addictive. Continue reading

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Review: Locke & Key Vol. 1: Welcome to Lovecraft

Locke & Key Vol. 1 is the story of the Locke family, and their grand home: Keyhouse. Set in New England, this world quickly dives into the deep end, as keys and doorways have the ability to transform and transport. Continue reading

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Review: The Damage by Caitlin Wahrer

Caitlin Wahrer’s debut novel, The Damage, cuts to the quick, blending drama, human nature, grief, and thriller elements into one. This novel takes a familiar subject within the world of thrillers and forces readers to look at it through a new lens. Continue reading

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Review: Gutter Mage by J.S. Kelly

Gutter Mage is the debut novel of J.S. Kelly, and guys: consider me hooked. I loved this novel, and I loved the writing. I’m adding J.S Kelly to my list of auto-buy authors. Continue reading

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Review: Slewfoot: A Tale of Bewitchery by Brom

It’s that time of the year! That time when dozens of new horror novels hit the shelves, and I am here for it! The latest novel in my horror read-through is Slewfoot: A Tale of Bewitchery by Brom. Continue reading

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Review: Her Perfect Life by Hank Phillippi Ryan

Hank Phillippi Ryan is back with another psychological thriller, Her Perfect Life, and I rushed to hit that request button SO fast on NetGalley! Continue reading

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Review: The Gilded Ones by Namina Forna

The Gilded Ones is the first in Namina Forna’s Deathless series. A series about empowerment and determination, against all odds – and against those who would strike them down. Continue reading

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