Tag Archives: Fantasy

Review: Kingston and the Magician’s Lost and Found by Rucker Moses and Theo Gangi

Kingston and the Magician’s Lost and Found is a new middle grad novel, one that hopes to open up a world of imagination and magic to a younger audience. It’s written by Rucker Moses and Theo Gangi, the pseudonyms for Craig Phillips and Harold Hayes, Jr. Continue reading

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Review: Crush by Tracy Wolff

Finally! I finally sat down to read the highly anticipated sequel to Crave, Crush. Written by Tracy Wolff, this is a novel I’ve been hearing so much about, and finally I can stop dodging all those spoilers out there. Continue reading

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Review: Nightbleed by Peter Fehervari

Nightbleed is one of the newer short stories to come from the world of Warhammer Horror. Specifically, it was released as part of the Warhammer Horror Week 2020, and is written by Peter Fehervari (one of the main reasons I really wanted to check it out!). Continue reading

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Review: Passages (Tales of Valdemar #14) Edited by Mercedes Lackey

Are you a fan of Mercedes Lackey’s Tales of Valdemar series? Do you love the world, and all of the rich details included within? Then this is a short story collection worth checking out, as there are over a dozen stories set in this world, all written by different authors. Continue reading

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Review: Lore by Alexandra Bracken

Lore, written by Alexandra Bracken, is one of those novels that everybody on the planet seemed to be talking about for a few months now. Okay, I’m exaggerating a bit, but not by as much as you’d expect. Continue reading

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Review: Jolene by Mercedes Lackey

Jolene is the fifteenth novel in Mercedes Lackey’s Elemental Masters series, only, there’s a pretty major twist this time around. This novel is set in America. Continue reading

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Review: Spellmaker by Charlie N. Holmberg

It’s here! The second novel in the Spellbreaker Duology is here, and I couldn’t be more excited! Written by Charlie N. Holmberg, Spellmaker is not a novel to skip, especially not if you enjoyed the first half of the tale. Continue reading

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Review: Thrawn: Alliances by Timothy Zahn

Thrawn: Alliances is the second novel in a trilogy focus on the one and only Commander Mitth’raw’nuruodo. I almost said it’s his most recent series, but that is no longer true (the first book in a new trilogy dropped this season). Continue reading

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Review: Blackbird Broken by Keri Arthur

Blackbird Broken is the latest novel to come from Keri Arthur, and is the second novel in The Witch King Crown series. It’s an Arthurian retelling like I’ve never seen before, with plenty of twists along the way. Continue reading

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Review: The Descent of the Drowned by Ana Lal Din

The Descent of the Drowned is Ana Lal Din’s debut novel, and it is an absolute must-read book! It blends young adult fantasy, mythology, and the pain and dangers of the real world in one beautiful, harrowing, and moving read Continue reading

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