Tag Archives: Book

Review: Daphne Byrne

Daphne Byrne is another addition to the DC Black Label line, a line specifically meant for horror fans everywhere. Written by Laura Marks, with artwork from Kelley Jones, this atmospheric horror story is a chilling tale. Continue reading

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Review: The Russian Cage by Charlaine Harris

The Russian Cage is the third novel in Charlaine Harris’ Gunnie Rose series, a series set in an alternate history. A world where magic exists and the political landscape of America is vastly different from what we know. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: Her Every Move by Kelly Irvin

Her Every Move is a thrilling mystery written by Kelly Irvin, one that is infused with both romantic suspense and Christian Fiction. Continue reading

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Review: The Night Swim by Megan Goldin

Megan Goldin’s latest novel, The Night Swim is a dark thriller, one that dives deep into politics, true crime, and podcasts. Continue reading

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Review: Net Force: Attack Protocol by Jerome Preisler

If you are a fan of Tom Clancy and Steve Pieczenik’s Net Force series, then you’re going to want to check out Jerome Preisler’s addition to the world: Attack Protocol. Continue reading

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Review: Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger

So I realize that Etiquette & Espionage is over seven years old at this point, and yet I’m still constantly hearing about this novel (and the series as a whole, for that matter). Etiquette & Espionage is the first novel in Gail Carriger’s Finishing School Series, a unique combination of steampunk/Victorian style writing and fantasy. Continue reading

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Review: Blue Period Vol. 1

Blue Period Vol. 1 is the start to a new series revolving around art and the drive to create your own path in life. The series was written by Tsubasa Yamaguchi, and translated by T. Ghirlanda. Continue reading

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Review: When Sharks Attack With Kindness

When Sharks Attack With Kindness is probably the most endearing graphic novel I’ve seen out there. And really, there’s no better time for this release than following the events of 2020. Continue reading

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Blog Tour & Review: The Iron Raven by Julie Kagawa

Fans of Julie Kagawa’s The Iron Fey rejoice! As she’s about to throw us back into that world, with the start of a new series: The Iron Raven is the first of The Iron Fey: Evenfall. Better yet? It seems to be focused on the one and only, Puck! Continue reading

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Review: Ruin and Rising by Leigh Bardugo

Ruin and Rising is the third, and final novel in Leigh Bardugo’s Shadow and Bone Trilogy. However! It’s worth noting that this is not the last Grishaverse novel, as there are at least two (for the moment) other series that directly tie in. Naturally, I’m pretty ecstatic about that fact. Continue reading

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