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The Dead and the Dark by Courtney Gould

I was lucky enough to receive an arc of Courtney Gould’s debut novel, The Dead and the Dark, and I’ve got to tell you: this book is everything. It has a little bit of something for everyone, as it blend fantasy, horror, mystery, and thriller elements together. Plus, the novel (and characters) itself is very LGBT+ friendly. Continue reading

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Review: A Lesson in Vengeance by Victoria Lee

If you put a book in front of me and compare it to Ninth House, you better believe that I’m going to read it! A Lesson in Vengeance is the latest novel to come from the mind of Victoria Lee, and guys – this is not a book you’re going to want to miss out on. Seriously, I’m going to be forcing all of my friends and family to read it. Continue reading

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Review: Kindred by Octavia E. Butler

Kindred is one of those foundational science fiction/time travel novels that I’ve been hearing about all of my life. Written by Octavia E. Butler, it’s been a novel sitting on my TBR list for way too long. Time to correct that mistake. Continue reading

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Review: The Extraordinaries by T.J. Klune

Holy cow. How and why did I not read The Extraordinaries sooner?! This is by far the most hilarious and entertaining superhero novel I have ever read. Seriously. Written by T.J. Klune, this novel is a masterpiece. Continue reading

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Review: Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim

Elizabeth Lim’s latest novel, Six Crimson Cranes, is a compelling and extraordinary fantasy novel, one that I cannot recommend enough. Continue reading

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Review: Fireheart Tiger by Aliette de Bodard

Aliette de Bodard’s latest novella, Fireheart Tiger, is a thrilling, moving, and fast-paced read. One that blends politics with duty, love, and the determination to do what is right. Continue reading

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Review: Fledgling by Octavia E. Butler

Before now, I’ve only read one other novel by Octavia Butler, and that was only recently. Still, I just knew that I had to read her take on vampires. Seriously, I had such high hopes, even before reading the description of this tale. Continue reading

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Review: Ladies of the House by Lauren Edmondson

Are you a fan of everything Jane Austen? Do you love seeing modern retellings of her works? If the answer to both of those questions is yes, you’re going to want to check out Ladies of the House, by Lauren Edmondson. It’s a modern-day retelling of Sense and Sensibility, and it’s guaranteed to move any Austen fan out there. Continue reading

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Review: Remote Control by Nnedi Okorafor

Nnedi Okorafor has done it again. She’s created another thrilling science fiction read, and she’s done so with elegance and intelligence. Remote Control is a dark yet surprisingly brilliant novella, one that I can’t recommend enough. Continue reading

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Review: A History of What Comes Next by Sylvian Neuvel

A History of What Comes Next, written by Sylvian Neuvel, is almost certainly one of the most unique historical fiction novels I’ve ever had the opportunity to read. It blurs the lines between fact and fiction, in beautiful yet subtlety horrifying ways. Continue reading

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