Tag Archives: Historical fantasy

Review: The Russian Cage by Charlaine Harris

The Russian Cage is the third novel in Charlaine Harris’ Gunnie Rose series, a series set in an alternate history. A world where magic exists and the political landscape of America is vastly different from what we know. Continue reading

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Review: Magic Lessons by Alice Hoffman

Practical Magic, a beloved novel by Alice Hoffman, just got a prequel, and I’m pretty sure the entire fandom just collectively sighed in relief. Magic Lessons is set in a time before the curse was laid on the Owens women. Continue reading

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Review: Ink & Arrows by Shruthi Viswanathan

nk & Arrows is Shruthi Viswanathan’s debut novel. That stunning cover is what originally caught my attention here, but it was the description that made me curious enough to give this one a read. This is a world in which magic and tattoos merge into one. Continue reading

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Review: Throne of Five Winds by S.C. Emmett

Throne of Five Winds is the first novel in the Hostage of Empire series by S.C. Emmett. It’s one of the most complex fantasy novels to come out this year, one full of characters, motives, and politics. It’s been favorably compared to George R.R. Martin’s writing, and with good reason. Continue reading

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Review: The Beautiful by Renee Ahdieh

The Beautiful is the first novel in a new series written by Renee Ahdieh. I knew that I had to pick this book up from the moment I saw the cover. I just go head over heels for simple and elegant designs. But then I kept hearing about The Beautiful, and I knew it was something worth following up on. 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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