Tag Archives: Fiction

Review: The Unkindest Tide (October Daye #13) by Seanan McGuire

The Unkindest Tide is the thirteenth novel in the October Daye series, and once again we find Toby up to her neck in trouble. What a shock, we know. At least this time we know it’s because Toby is keeping a promise, instead of just having a talent for causing trouble. Continue reading

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Review: Bloodlust & Bonnets by Emily McGovern

Have you ever seen those comics floating around online, the ones titled My Life As a Background Slytherin? Well, Emily McGovern is the brain and artist behind that series, and she’s just about to release her first graphic novel! Continue reading

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Review: The Girl the Sea Gave Back by Adrienne Young

The Girl the Sea Gave Back is the sequel to the massively popular Sky in the Deep by Adrienne Young. That being said, so far either novel could be read as a standalone. So if you haven’t read Sky in the Deep, but want to jump right into The Girl the Sea Gave Back, you can do so with little issue. You’ll just miss out on some of the world-building and character references. Continue reading

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Review: Silverlegs 1: Seed of Rage by Camilla Monk

Silverlegs is the first novel in the Seed of Rage series by Camilla Monk. The series is mostly fantasy, but with some darker elements woven into the mix. In short, it’s a grimdark tale. It’s perfect for fans looking for something that’ll give them chills and strong emotions. Continue reading

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Review: Crown of Coral and Pearl by Mara Rutherford

Crown of Coral and Pearl is the debut novel by Mara Rutherford, and it’s been getting a lot of hype and attention lately. Having read it, I can certainly see why. It’s the first novel in a series of the same name, and looks like it’s going to be an epic journey to the end. Continue reading

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Review: The Girl on the Porch by Richard Chizmar

The Girl on the Porch is the latest novella from Richard Chizmar. The cover is what caught my attention, and it was Stephen King’s praise that sold me on this one. It’s described as being a dark and twisted thriller that’ll leave you afraid and distrusting of your neighbors. Continue reading

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Review: Sea Witch Rising by Sarah Henning

Sea Witch Rising is the dramatic conclusion to the Sea Witch plot by Sarah Henning. In this novel, we see the tale of the Little Mermaid retold in a truly unique fashion. To say that the focus was entirely on the Sea Witch wouldn’t be entirely accurate; the little mermaids in this tale did get to tell their tale as well. Continue reading

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Review: The Thrilling Adventure Hour: Residence Evil

The Thrilling Adventure Hour: Residence Evil is based off a Hollywood Stage Show and podcast. That being said, I don’t think you need to be immersed in that story in order to follow the tale told in this graphic novel. I know I didn’t have any trouble. Continue reading

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Review: The Dirty Dozen (Tennison #5) by Lynda La Plante

The Dirty Dozen is the latest adventure about our lovely Jane Tennison. It’s the fifth novel in a series written by Lynda La Plante, however, like other novels in the series, you can really pick up at any point and follow along as you please. Continue reading

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Blog Tour: The Devil’s Apprentice (Den Store Djaevlekrig #1) by Kenneth B. Anderson

The Devil’s Apprentice is a novel that is both familiar and unfamiliar; unique and complex. It’s the tale of mistaken identity taken to extreme levels, and how one boy has to survive and make decisions that he can live with. Continue reading

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