Tag Archives: Tor Books

Review: Ocean’s Echo by Everina Maxwell

Oh wow. I loved Winter’s Orbit and have been looking forward to Ocean’s Echo. It did not disappoint! For those wondering, while Ocean’s Echo is a sequel, there is no requirement to read Winter’s Orbit first (though you should read it, you know, for fun). Continue reading

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Short Story Saturday: Skeleton Song by Seanan McGuire

Is everyone ready to squeal with me? Here we go: eeeee! As a huge fan of the Wayward Children series, the release of this short story absolutely made my day (month). Skeleton Song is the latest short story in the Wayward Children world. It follows Christopher, showcasing what the world beyond his door looks like. Continue reading

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Review: Dreams Bigger Than Heartbreak by Charlie Jane Anders

Series: Unstoppable #2Author: Charlie Jane AndersPublisher: Tor TeenReleased: April 5, 2022Received: NetGalley The sequel to Charlie Jane Anders‘ Victories Greater Than Death is finally here! Dreams Bigger Than Heartbreak is the second novel in the Unstoppable series, and I am still utterly enthralled by this … Continue reading

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Review: Last Exit by Max Gladstone

Last Exit is the latest novel to come from the mind of Max Gladstone, a science fiction and fantasy author I’ve been reading for years. Naturally, that meant I had to scoop it up! Though, if I’m being honest, that cover would have drawn me in regardless. Continue reading

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Review: The Kaiju Preservation Society by John Scalzi

Is anybody else absolutely delighted with the title of this book? The Kaiju Preservation Society is one of those books that immediately demands attention, especially for readers who enjoyed Pacific Rim and other monstrous tales. Continue reading

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Review: Echo by Thomas Olde Heuvelt

There are a lot of reasons why I really wanted to read Echo by Thomas Olde Heuvelt. First, the cover reminded me of Wool, a book (well, series) I’ve been thinking a lot about lately. For another, the opening scene reminded me of a popular graphic novel/television series. Continue reading

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Review: The Thousand Eyes by A.K.Larkwood

The Thousand Eyes is the second novel in A.K. Larkwood’s The Serpent Gates series. I admit that I was pretty curious about how the sequel would go and thus couldn’t pass up the opportunity to read it. Also, I love that cover. Continue reading

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Review: Goliath by Tochi Onyebuchi

Tochi Onyebuchi is back with another blindingly brilliant and powerful novel, Goliath. Honestly, it will be a struggle reviewing this book because my words do not contain the same level of force found within this book. Continue reading

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Review: Lute by Jennifer Marie Thorne

What would you do if you were promised a perfect and safe life – on the condition that you and everyone you love had to face grave danger once every seven years? I imagine most of us would be more worried about the catch, thanks to our obsession with the cost of bargains. Enter the tale of Lute, written by Jennifer Marie Thorne. Continue reading

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Review: The Book Eaters by Sunyi Dean

Almost every reader has used the phrase “I devoured this book.” For most, this term means that we loved the book so much that we read it in one (or two) sittings. But The Book Eaters is about to put a whole new spin on that notion. Continue reading

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