Tag Archives: Fantasy Novel

Review: Tress of the Emerald Sea by Brandon Sanderson

I remember when Brandon Sanderson announced Tress of the Emerald Sea and three other books (his super secret project line). It pretty much blew up the internet. It definitely destroyed Kickstarter, at least for a bit. Continue reading

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Review: Black Cat: Discord by Cath Lauria

Yes! Marvel’s Black Cat fans should make a point of reading Cath Lauria’s Black Cat: Discord because it will not disappoint. This continues the trend of taking beloved Marvel heroines and giving them their very own novels. Continue reading

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Review: Ballad & Dagger by Daniel José Older

Wow! Ballad & Dagger was such a fantastic introduction to this world. I can see why Rick Riordan backed it – it is right up his alley. This YA fantasy novel has a little bit of something for everyone and is such a fun read. Continue reading

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Review: Granted by Brindi Quinn

Wow. Wow! Seriously, wow! Granted is the sequel to Come True (or the bomb-ass genie sequel), and it is everything readers could have hoped for. No, it’s more than that. Brindi Quinn has always had a way of surprising her readers, and I feel like this sequel took that ability further than ever! Continue reading

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Review: The Serpent in Heaven by Charlaine Harris

First, can I just say that I love it when a series has multiple perspectives? The first three novels in the Gunnie Rose series were based on, well, Gunnie Rose. If we’re lucky, this means two more novels will follow Felicia. Continue reading

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Review: Crown of Shadows by Keri Arthur

Man, I love it when one of my favorite authors starts a new series! Keri Arthur’s latest series, Relic Hunters, kicks off here in Crown of Shadows. If you love pixies, fantasy worlds, intrigue, magical politics, and more than a little bit of danger, then you’re going to love this book. Continue reading

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Review: Legends & Lattes by Travis Baldree

I have been hearing about Legends & Lattes nonstop for months! So I finally sat down to read, and let me tell you – it is worth the hype. Every positive thing you’ve heard about this book is probably right. It is such a cozy and fun fantasy novel to dive into. If you’ve been in need of a relaxing read but don’t want to deviate from fantasy, I have good news for you. Continue reading

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Review: Cast in Eternity by Michelle Sagara

Holy cow, seventeen books in and still going strong! I’m always looking forward to this series because I know it’ll deliver complex magical stories (often with a side of inter-species politics). Also, I adore the trouble Kaylin gets herself into. Continue reading

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Review: Magic Tides by Ilona Andrews

Holy cats. Magic Tides is the Kate Daniels novella I never knew I needed. Having read it, I honestly don’t know how I survived all the years without it. Reading this made me realize how much I miss this world. Clearly (another) read-through of the series is in order. Continue reading

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Review: Kelcie Murphy and the Academy for the Unbreakable Arts by Erika Lewis

Oh, if only this novel had come out when I was a child. I would have been smitten with everything about Kelcie Murphy and the Academy for the Unbreakable Arts. Truth be told, I’m still smitten with it now! Continue reading

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