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Review: The Shattered Crown by Maxym M. Martineau

he Shattered Crown is the third and final installment of The Beast Charmer series by Maxym M. Martineau. I originally fell in love with this series thanks to all of the fantastical creatures it involved, not to mention a daring plot or two! So I’ll be sad to say goodbye to this series. Continue reading

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Review: The Midnight Girls by Alicia Jasinska

‘m going to read it! The Midnight Girls promised to be a YA fantasy with a mixture of The Wicked Deep (on my TBR list) and House of Salt and Sorrows. It is also very LGBT-friendly, which is a huge plus. Continue reading

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Review: Wayward Witch by Zoraida Cordova

Wayward Witch is the third novel in Zoraida Cordova’s Brooklyn Brujas series, and it is a whirlwind of a read. This novel is the epitome of change. Continue reading

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Review: Kingsbane (Empirium #2) by Claire Legrand

Kingsbane is the second novel in the Empirium series by Claire Legrand. I remember when Furyborn came out last year – it was the talk of the town (er rather, book groups). I rather expect that’ll happen again with Kingsbane, and I’m really looking forward to talking with other fans about it. Continue reading

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Review: Belle Revolte by Linsey Miller

Belle Revolte is the latest high fantasy novel to spring from the mind of the one and only Linsey Miller. If you’ve looking for a novel full of excellent representation, then this is a book worth checking out. It was the rumor that there’s an ace main character that drew me to this book, and I imagine I’m not the only one. Continue reading

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Review: Reverie by Ryan La Sala

Ryan La Sala’s debut novel, Reverie is something to behold. Set in a world where magic and the normal collide and nothing is what it appears to be. It’s the most charming read of the year, providing a whole slew of characters to enchant readers. Continue reading

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