Tag Archives: NetGalley

Review: Wanderers by Chuck Wendig

Wanderers is the latest novel by Chuck Wendig, and it’s been getting a lot of attention. Before the novel was even out people were fighting over the rights to adapt the novel into a series. Which is pretty huge (QC Entertainment won the rights, for those that are curious). And honestly, this novel will adapt well to a series, so I’m looking forward to seeing it. Continue reading

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Review: Silver in the Wood by Emily Tesh

Silver in the Wood earns the award for the most enchanting novella I’ve read this year. It’s a cross between a love story and a tale of the Green Man. It’s beautiful, unique, and will capture your heart and your attention all in one go. Continue reading

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Review: The Girl in Red by Christina Henry

The Girl in Red is the latest warped fairy tale from the mind of Christina Henry. And man does it hold up to all of my expectations. As you can probably guess from the title, this is her own rendition of Little Red Riding Hood. Continue reading

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Review: Storm and Fury (The Harbinger #1) by Jennifer L. Armentrout

It seems like Jennifer L. Armentrout has a never ending supply of ideas. Storm and Fury is the start of her newest series, The Harbinger. It fits well into the worlds that she has already created, so fans of her other series will love this one! Continue reading

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Review: The Chosen (Contender #1) by Taran Mathara

The Chosen is the first novel in a new trilogy by Taran Mathara. This novel is full of action, intrigue, human nature, and science fiction elements. It makes for a great and fast-paced novel, to say the least. Continue reading

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Review: Unraveling by Karen Lord

Unraveling is described as a standalone novel by Karen Lord. It’s a novel where mystery and Caribbean lore meet in the middle. The end result is whimsical, dark, and thoroughly enchanting. The novel follows two immortals (Chance and Trickster) along with one forensic therapist and they attempt to unravel the truth behind a series of murders. Continue reading

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Review: Blood Heir by Amelie Wen Zhao

Blood Heir is the first novel in a trilogy of the same name. And man! Did this novel ever live up to my expectations! This was the debut novel of Amelie Wen Zhao, and I have to say that she is an author worth keeping an eye on. Continue reading

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Review: The Fire Opal Mechanism (Gemworld #2) by Fran Wilde

The Fire Opal Mechanism is the second novel in the Gemworld series. I was a little conflicted about this novella. On the one hand – I desperately wanted to see more of this world. On the other hand, I wasn’t quite over the heartbreak caused by The Jewel and Her Lapidary (a brilliant novella, but one that hit me on an emotional level). Continue reading

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Review: Magic for Liars by Sarah Gailey

Magic for Liars is the latest standalone novel from Sarah Gailey. Honestly, after having finished this novel, I found myself wishing that it wasn’t a standalone novel. But more on that later. Magic for Liars has so much to offer, with a rich blend of ideas and genres. Continue reading

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