Tag Archives: Books

Review: The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley

Lucy Foley introduces a world reminiscent of Agatha Christie’s suspense in The Hunting Party. Continue reading

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Review: How to Be Ace by Rebecca Burgess

How to Be Ace was written and illustrated by Rebecca Burgess, and it is a moving (and real-life) story of what it is like to grow up while being ace – all without knowing that term, or what it means, until later in life. Continue reading

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Review: Dirty Deeds: An Urban Fantasy Collection

Guys, I have been so anxiously waiting for Dirty Deeds to release, and now it’s finally here! This book collects several novellas and shorts from some of my favorite authors, and naturally totals about six hundred and forty pages. I read all of it in one night. It’s that good. Go get it, and read it. ASAP. Continue reading

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Review: The Sword of Surtur: A Marvel Legends of Asgard Novel by C.L. Werner

The Sword of Surtur: A Marvel Legends of Asgard Novel, written by C.L. Werner is the latest Marvel Novel to grace the stands. It’s also a bit of a dream come true for me, seeing C.L. Werner working with Marvel (and more specifically, with Asgard). Continue reading

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Review: Across the Green Grass Fields by Seanan McGuire

Seanan McGuire’s Wayward Children series continues here in Across the Green Grass Fields. This is actually a standalone novel, but I would strongly recommend reading the whole series (in general, as well as in order). Continue reading

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Review: The Frozen Prince by Maxym M. Martineau

The second novel in the Beast Charmer series, The Frozen Prince, is a novel I’ve been waiting for since I concluded Kingdom of Exiles. It is also a novel that is so worth the wait, and has already left me looking forward to the third novel in the series. Continue reading

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Review: Grave War by Kalayna Price

The publication of Grave War is a bittersweet moment for many a reader. This is the seventh – and final – novel in Kalayna Price’s Alex Craft series. I’m not entirely sure that I’m ready to say goodbye to it. Continue reading

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Review: People Like Her by Ellery Lloyd

Ellery Lloyd’s first thriller, People Like Her, is a dark and twisted being. One entirely focused on the lives of the Instagram-famous. Continue reading

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Review: Waiting for the Night Song by Julie Carrick Dalton

Julie Carrick Dalton’s debut novel, Waiting for the Night Song, is a shockingly powerful and intense read, one that will pull you in right from the first page. Continue reading

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Review: In Love & Pajamas

Yes! Catana Comics is back with another fantastic (and endearing) collection! In Love & Pajamas: A Collection of Comics about Being Yourself Together is an accurate title and description for this entire series, and perfect for this graphic novel. Continue reading

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