Tag Archives: Fantasy

Review: The Wicked + The Divine Vol. 9: “Okay”

The final volume has been titled The Wicked + the Divine Vol. 9: Okay which is more than a little bit alarming. That one word carries with it a lot of weight and raises even more questions for us desperate fans. Continue reading

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Review: Woven in Moonlight by Isabel Ibanez

Woven in Moonlight is Isabel Ibanez’s debut novel, and it is a fascinating tale of magic, revolution, and love. It leans heavily on Bolivian politics and history, which adds several interesting elements to the story itself. Continue reading

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Review: The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu

The Kingdom of Back is the latest novel by Marie Lu, and it is a stunning blend of fantasy and music. This is the tale of Nannerl Mozart, her brother, Wolfgang Mozart, and the magical world they once shared. Continue reading

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Review: False Gods by Graham McNeill

Written by Graham McNeill, False Gods is the epic continuation to Horus Rising. We’re still steadily building towards the main conflict, with faith and loyalties being cast into doubt all over the place. Continue reading

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Review: Obscura

Obscura is the latest dark and disturbing graphic novel to come across my desk, and it was so chilling that it’s sure to linger with me for quite some time. Set in the 1870s, this is a tale revolving around death, and the things people do to survive. Continue reading

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Review: Made Things by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Made Things is the latest novel from the mind of Adrian Tchaikovsky. It’s a dark yet whimsical world, full of magic, half-mages, and animated puppets. Yes, you read that last part correctly. And it makes for a delightful read. Continue reading

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Review: Wild Hunger by Chloe Neill

Wild Hunger is the first in a new series by Chloe Neill. But don’t worry, it is still connected to her famous Chicagoland Vampire series. There is no doubt that this is a spinoff series – so fans will be thrilled. That being said, it isn’t a bad starting point for new fans either. Which makes it the best of both worlds. Continue reading

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Review: At the End of Your Tether

At the End of Your Tether is a unique graphic novel that comes from the same minds that brought us Brick and Paper Towns. If you’re a fan of non-linear time-traveling plots, then this is absolutely the tale for you to check out. Continue reading

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Review: Cast in Oblivion by Michelle Sagara

Cast in Oblivion is the fourteenth novel in Michelle Sagara’s Chronicles of Elantra series, and honestly? It’s hard to believe how long this series has been running. I fell in love with this series fourteen – yes, fourteen! Books ago, and I’ve never been quite the same since. Continue reading

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Review: Reaver Vol. 1: Hell’s Half-Dozen

Reaver Vol. 1 is an all-new and dark fantasy series, one that pits cultures against one another, as one ragtag group strives to complete their goals. Or die. Madaras is neck deep in a war, one that never seems to end. Continue reading

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