Tag Archives: Review

Review: Shadow of the Batgirl

Shadow of the Batgirl is the latest in a run of series focused on a slightly younger audience. That being said, fans of Cassandra Cain will absolutely want to check this one out. Continue reading

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Review: The Unwilling by Kelly Braffet

The Unwilling is the latest novel from the mind of Kelly Braffet, and this is a novel forcing opinions. It seems like people either love or hate it. So there’s no doubt that this is going to be a book that’ll get your emotions going. Continue reading

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Review: The Day of the Dead by Karen Chance

The Day of the Dead is yet another short filling out the world of Cassandra Palmer. Written by Karen Chance, you just know that this piece is going to be full of action and memorable characters. Continue reading

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Review: The Little Book of Bob by James Bowen

The Little Book of Bob is the latest novel to come out from James and his Street Cat Bob. But you don’t have to have read the other novels in order to understate or appreciate this one, I can promise you that much. Continue reading

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Review: Buzz Kill by David Sosnowski

Buzz Kill is the latest novel by David Sosnowski. You probably recognize the insanely bright colors used on his covers! Marketed as a hilarious read about hackers, this novel is as creative as it is quirky. Continue reading

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Review: Rascal

Rascal has to be one of the cutest and most endearing graphic novels I’ve read in quite some time. This is the story of one artist, and their cat…and all of the chaos and love that ensues from that unexpected bond. Continue reading

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Review: Ten Days Gone by Beverly Long

Ten Days Gone is the first in a new mystery series, A.L. McKittridge, by Beverly Long. It’s a mystery series following two detectives (one of whom the series is named after). And it’s also already proving to be a series worth following. Continue reading

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Review: The Only Good Indians by Stephen Graham Jones

The Only Good Indians is the latest horror novel to come out of the mind of Stephen Graham Jones, and it is a truly chilling (and graphic) tale worth reading. If you’re looking for a novel that terrifies as it unfolds, then you’re going to want to check this one out. Continue reading

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Review: The Kingdom of Liars by Nick Martell

The Kingdom of Liars is the first novel in a new series, The Legacy of the Mercenary Kings by Nick Martell. It’s an epic fantasy series, full of political intrigue, past wrongs, plots of revenge, and so much more. Continue reading

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Review: Network Effect by Martha Wells

Network Effect is our fifth foray into the world of Murderbot – and yet it is the first full-length novel of the series. That being said, new fans could easily jump in at this point, if they so chose to. Though I personally cannot recommend the novellas enough, so do make a point of checking them out. Continue reading

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