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Review: Laughter at the Academy by Seanan McGuire

Laughter at the Academy is Seanan McGuire’s first true collection of short stories, by her own words. If you’ve read any of Seanan McGuire’s works, then you probably already have a good idea of what will be in store for you here. So I don’t need to explain all of the reasons you should be reading this. If you haven’t read Seanan McGuire, this is an excellent sampling of her works, and thus worth checking out. Continue reading

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Review: War Girls by Tochi Onyebuchi

War Girls is the latest novel by Tochi Onyebuchi, and is the first novel in a new series (of the same name). It’s the tale of two sisters thrown together by the means of war, and their different journies on the path to survival. Continue reading

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Review: The Future of Another Timeline by Annalee Newitz

The Future of Another Timeline is the newest novel from the mind of Annalee Newitz. It is, without a shadow of a doubt, the most feminist piece of fiction I’ve read this year. It mashes time travel, punk music, women’s rights, and so much more into one compact novel. Continue reading

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Review: The Tenth Girl by Sara Faring

The Tenth Girl is the debut novel of Sara Faring, and it is a gothic psychological thriller novel deeply rooted in Patagonian lore. And it’ll send shivers down your spines. Continue reading

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Review: Mother Knows Best by Kira Peikoff

Mother Knows Best is a dramatic new thriller from the mind of Kira Keikoff. Here we have all of the thriller elements we know and love, mashed up into a plot full of genetic engineering, drama, and science. Continue reading

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Review: One Salt Sea (October Daye #5) by Seanan McGuire

One Salt Sea is the fifth novel in the October Date series by Seanan McGuire. Frankly, you’d think we’d be surprised by how much trouble Tony can get herself into. But like her squire, us fans have gotten used to it all. Continue reading

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Review: The Unkindest Tide (October Daye #13) by Seanan McGuire

The Unkindest Tide is the thirteenth novel in the October Daye series, and once again we find Toby up to her neck in trouble. What a shock, we know. At least this time we know it’s because Toby is keeping a promise, instead of just having a talent for causing trouble. Continue reading

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Review: This is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone

This is How You Lose the Time War wins my award for best novella for 2019. Seriously, this novella was absolutely amazing. Beautifully written, whimsical, witty, everything. I had high hopes for this one, but they sincerely exceeded them. Continue reading

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Review: The Philosopher’s War by Tom Miller

The Philosopher’s War is the second novel in the series by Tom Miller. And it is an epic sequel by any means. This is a world where magic exists in the form of Philosophy. It’s also a female dominated practice, due to their innate talents. Continue reading

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Review: Heartwood Box by Ann Aguirre

Heartwood Box is the newest novel by Ann Aguirre, and it is an amazing blend of different genres. It’s young adult, and has romance, supernatural, and science fiction elements as well. It’s a time travel tale, but also a tale of a teenage girl trying to do what is right. And it’s so amazingly dark and brilliant. Continue reading

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