Tag Archives: Net Galley

Review: The Last Tsar’s Dragons by Jane Yolen and Adam Stemple

The Last Tsar’s Dragons was a joint project between Jane Yolen and Adam Stemple. And being a massive fan of Yolen – and dragons – I knew right away that I wanted to check this novel out. Continue reading

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Review: The Oracle Code

The Oracle Code is the latest graphic novel in DC Comic’s Young Adult line. And honestly? It’s pretty brilliant, if I may say so. Barbara Gordon’s tale has been specifically altered, not only to fit the age group, but to fit the story being told. Continue reading

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Review: The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo

The Empress of Salt and Fortune is the debut novella of Nghi Vo, and that means we’re about to dive into an imaginative and lush world. Described as being a merger of Atwood and classic Asian drama, this is a story that is sure to capture the attention of many a reader. Continue reading

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Review: Of Wars, and Memories, and Starlight by Aliette de Bodard

Of Wars, and Memories, and Starlight is a short story collection written by Aliette de Bodard. She’s an up and comer in the science fiction and fantasy world, and she deserves all of the attention she can get. Continue reading

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Review: Salvaged by Madeleine Roux

Madeleine Roux’s Salvaged is the ideal example of a dark science fiction novel. It hits all the right tones, while being disturbing and graphic and oh so enthralling. Continue reading

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Review: Burn Our Bodies Down by Rory Power

Rory Power is back with another standalone novel, Burn Our Bodies Down. Readers like myself fell in love with her writing thanks to Wilder Girls, and this next novel is everything that we could have hoped for – and then some. Continue reading

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Review: Rites of Passage by Mike Brooks

Rites of Passage is the first novel in the Lady Chettamandey series by Mike Brooks. It also fits into the world of Warhammer 40,000, which should give you an idea of how much material it’s going to have to work with. Continue reading

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Review: A Single Light by Tosca Lee

A Single Light is the second novel in Tosca Lee’s The Line Between series. A Single Light is a dystopian thriller, and it’s as chilling and memorable as you might expect. This is where Tosca Lee excels in writing. And here’s hoping we’ll see more of it. Continue reading

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Review: Fireborn by Katie MacAlister

Fireborn is the first novel in a new series by Katie MacAlister, called the Born Prophecy. Obviously, with a title such as that, you just know that this is going to be an epic series. It’s a fantasy series, though a lighthearted one that is full to the brim of action, adventure, and some fighting. Continue reading

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Review: Repo Virtual by Corey J. White

Repo Virtual is the latest novel to come out of the mind of Corey J. White, and it is a piece of speculative fiction involving augmented realities, heists, and sentient software. Continue reading

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