Tag Archives: Fantasy

Review: Thalgor’s Witch by Nancy Holland

Thalgor’s Witch is the first in a new trilogy by Nancy Holland. This world blends fantasy and romance together, creating something new and different. And leaving behind a little bit of something for everyone. Continue reading

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Review: The Burning Shadow by Jennifer L. Armentrout

The Burning Shadow is the second novel in the Origin series by Jennifer L. Armentrout. If you’ve never heard of that series, it’s a spin-off of her famous Lux series. And yes, it does include a ton of fan favorites. Continue reading

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Review: Mark of Faith by Rachel Harrison

Mark of Faith is one of the latest additions to the lore of Warhammer 40,000. Written by Rachel Harrison, this piece of work focuses specifically on the Adepta Sororitas and a new legend being born. Continue reading

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Review: Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman

Are you a fan of Neil Gaiman? And are you also a fan of Norse mythology – such as the lore of Thor, Odin, and Loki? In that case, this is absolutely a novel you’re going to want to check out. Norse Mythology is Neil Gaiman’s take on well…Norse mythology! (duh). Continue reading

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Review: Whichwood by Tahereh Mafi

Whichwood is the second novel in Tahereh Mafi’s Furthermore series. It’s a beautiful fantasy world full of rich details and character development. But as we all know; magic comes at a cost. And it has rules that must be followed. Continue reading

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Review: Prodigy Prince by Natasha Sapienza

Prodigy Prince by Natasha Sapienza is the tale of two brothers, both princes, and their fight for what they believe in. One is determined to save his people, while the other is driven to follow his own ambitions in life. Continue reading

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Review: Drowned Country by Emily Tesh

Drowned Country is the second novella in the Greenhollow Duology by Emily Tesh, and is something I personally have been waiting for all year. If you’re looking for a series with stunningly fresh aesthetic, this is it. Continue reading

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Review: Tales of the Peculiar by Ransom Riggs

Tales of the Peculiar is a collection of short stories or lore from the world of the Peculiars. It fits into the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series, and could even be considered a prequel. Though I personally would read the first few novels first, since they add so much context to the world. Continue reading

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Review: All the Ever Afters by Danielle Teller

All the Ever Afters is a retelling of the classic story of Cinderella, but with a twist. This story takes the focus off of Cinderella, and instead puts it directly onto Agnes, also usually known as the wicked stepmother. Continue reading

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Review: Queen’s Gambit by Karen Chance

Queen’s Gambit is the fifth novel in the Dorina Basarab series by Karen Chance, and it is a book I’ve been dying to read. To be fair, I’ve felt that way about every novel in this series (and the Cassandra Palmer series, for that matter). Continue reading

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