Tag Archives: Fantasy Novel

Review: Sword and Shadow by Michelle Sagara

Ahhh! I can’t believe the second novel in Wolves of Elantra is finally here! For those of you that don’t know, Wolves of Elantra is a spinoff series from the Chronicles of Elantra by Michelle Sagara. The series just so happens to follow my favorite character of the series, Severn Handred, and thus it is a treasure to me. And so here we are, with me hugging Sword and Shadow, the latest release. Continue reading

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Review: Siren Queen by Nghi Vo

Over the last couple of months, I’ve heard nothing but good things about Siren Queen. Naturally, this meant that I just had to take some time to read it! It helps that I already adore Nghi Vo’s writing, of course. Continue reading

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Review: League of Liars by Astrid Scholte

I have loved Astrid Scholte’s previous works and thus knew that I had to give League of Liars a chance. One thing that did surprise me – I didn’t realize that League of Liars was the start of a new series. I wish I had known that going in. For the record, I consider this a positive, not a negative. Continue reading

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Review: Heat Wave by T.J. Klune

Heat Wave is the third and final novel in T.J. Klune’s The Extraordinaries series. If you wandered across this story after finding (and falling in love with) The House in the Cerulean Sea, then you better prepare yourself because this is a totally different beast. T.J. Klune is the master at changing voices. Continue reading

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Review: Kaikeyi by Vaishnavi Patel

Author: Vaishnavi PatelPublisher: RedhookReleased: April 26, 2022Received: Own (BOTM)Warnings: Controlling, misogyny, abuse, assault, animal death Who else has been craving more mythological retellings? I know I have. That’s why I absolutely had to snag Kaikeyi when I saw it available on BOTM. … Continue reading

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Review: A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking by T. Kingfisher

A couple of months ago, I read my first novel by T. Kingfisher (Nettle & Bone, for those that are curious). I was instantly hooked. From that moment, I promised myself to try and snag the rest of her books, and thankfully my local library is willing to work with me on that count! First up on the list, we have A Wizard’s Guide to Defensive Baking, which is a delightful name. I can tell you that I enjoyed the book just as much as the title. Continue reading

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Review: A Mirror Mended by Alix E. Harrow

A Mirror Mended is the second novella in Alix E. Harrow’s Fractured Fables series, and once again, I am utterly enchanted. What I wouldn’t give for a million more books in this series. Continue reading

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Review: Hotel Magnifique by Emily J. Taylor

Author: Emily J. TaylorPublisher: RazorbillReleased: April 5, 2022Received: Own (OwlCrate)Warnings: Imprisonment, memory loss, loss of limb, torture, strangulation, death in the family I’m a little bit behind on my OwlCrate reading, but I’m finally sitting down to read Hotel Magnifique! I … Continue reading

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Review: Soul Taken by Patricia Briggs

It’s incredible how quickly one can get taken up in a story. I’ve been reading the Mercy Thompson series for years, yet it doesn’t feel that way. Soul Taken is the thirteenth installment in the series, and part of me hopes it’ll be far from the last. Continue reading

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Review: The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake

So while I am not on BookTok, I have picked up on all of the hype surrounding The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake. Naturally, it made me curious to see if it would live up to all that hype. When Tor Books picked it up, I knew that something was going on with this book and added it to my TBR. And so here we are! Continue reading

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