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Review: The Serpent and the Dead by Anna Stephens

The Serpent and the Dead is one of the newest Marvel novels and part of the Legends of Asgard series. Written by Anna Stephens, this novel follows Brunnhilde and Lady Sif – two of my favorites. Continue reading

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Review: Mordew by Alex Pheby

Mordew is the first novel in Alex Pheby’s Cities of the Weft series – a series that combined gothic fiction with fantasy in epic proportions. So it’s really no surprise that I was tempted into picking this one up! Continue reading

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Review: Comfort Me With Apples by Catherynne M. Valente

before. It’s a horror with fantasy elements…or is it a fantasy with horror elements? Either way, this world has pulled heavily from both genres – with chilling effects. Continue reading

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Review: Nettle & Bone by T. Kingfisher

Nettle & Bone is the first novel I’ve read by T. Kingfisher – but I can tell you right now that I’m adding every other book of hers to my TBR list. I loved this one so much. Please make the time to read Nettle & Bone; you won’t regret it! Continue reading

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Review: Triptych by Jaleigh Johnson

Triptych is the latest Marvel: Xavier’s Institute Novel, written by Jaleigh Johnson. To say that I was excited about this novel would be the understatement of the year, as I’ve been craving some new X-Men stories lately. Continue reading

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Review: The Freedom Race by Lucinda Roy

The Freedom Race is the first novel in Lucinda Roy’s The Dreambird Chronicles series, and it is a series like no other. It blends science fiction fantasy with dystopian elements, and it does so flawlessly. Better yet, it has a poignant message written into the narrative, which makes it all the more powerful in my book. Continue reading

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Review: Outlaw: Relentless by Tristan Palmgren

Woo! My favorite Marvel heroine (okay, one of my many favorites) is finally stealing the spotlight! Outlaw is finally (finally) getting her own novel, and I am all sorts of excited for this news. Written by Tristan Palmgren, Outlaw: Relentless is a book I’ve been waiting for. Continue reading

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Review: Lies, Lies, Lies by Adele Parks

Adele Parks is back for another thrilling tale (pun intended – sorry, not sorry) in Lies, Lies, Lies. This is a novel that will send chills down your spine, I promise! Continue reading

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Review: A Good Day for Chardonnay by Darynda Jones

A Good Day for Chardonnay is the second novel in Darynda Jones’ Sunshine Vicram series. It’s a delightful mystery/thriller series that somehow maintains a sense of humor and confidence despite all of the horrors that go on. I love it. Continue reading

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Review: A Marvellous Light by Freya Marske

Freya Marske’s latest novel, A Marvellous Light, is a blindingly brilliant read, one that swept me off my feet and had me begging for more. It’s a little bit of everything – historical fiction, romance, fantasy, LGBT+, all with a dash of intrigue and mystery. Continue reading

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