Tag Archives: Tor Books

Review: Project Namahana by John Teschner

I’ve learned I cannot resist dark and gloomy mystery/thriller covers. Especially if they involve the sea, it’s a weakness, I suppose. Naturally, this means that I snatched up John Teschner’s Project Namahana. Continue reading

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Review: Heat Wave by T.J. Klune

Heat Wave is the third and final novel in T.J. Klune’s The Extraordinaries series. If you wandered across this story after finding (and falling in love with) The House in the Cerulean Sea, then you better prepare yourself because this is a totally different beast. T.J. Klune is the master at changing voices. Continue reading

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Review: A Mirror Mended by Alix E. Harrow

A Mirror Mended is the second novella in Alix E. Harrow’s Fractured Fables series, and once again, I am utterly enchanted. What I wouldn’t give for a million more books in this series. Continue reading

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Review: The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake

So while I am not on BookTok, I have picked up on all of the hype surrounding The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake. Naturally, it made me curious to see if it would live up to all that hype. When Tor Books picked it up, I knew that something was going on with this book and added it to my TBR. And so here we are! Continue reading

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Review: Nona the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir

Oh wow. Is it really that time? I’m not sure I’m emotionally ready for this, but you guys know I won’t be able to resist the temptation. That’s right; I’m talking about the third novel in The Locked Tomb series by Tamsyn Muir. Nona the Ninth was a bit of a surprise for us readers, as we had been expecting Alecto the Ninth. But hey! One more book for this brilliant series! Nobody is going to complain about that. Continue reading

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Review: A Spindle Splintered by Alix E. Harrow

A Spindle Splintered is the latest novella to come from the mind of Alix E. Harrow, the author that brought us The Ten Thousand Doors of January. It’s also the first part in the Fractured Fables series. Continue reading

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Review: Light From Uncommon Stars by Ryka Aoki

If you pitch a book to me as being a blend of Good Omens and The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet, you just know I’m going to read it, right? Enter Light From Uncommon Stars, written by Ryka Aoki. Continue reading

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Review: Blindsight by Peter Watts

Are you reading to dive into a speculative science fiction novel full of aliens, vampires, and monsters? Then it’s time to talk about Blindsight by Peter Watts. Continue reading

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Review: Summer Sons by Lee Mandelo

I can’t believe I am so behind on the times, but I finally sat down and read Summer Sons. Now to take a few minutes to review it, as Lee Mandelo’s writing deserves that much! Continue reading

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Review: And Then I Woke Up by Malcolm Devlin

And Then I Woke Up is the latest novel by Malcolm Devlin, though if I’m being honest, it is also the first novel I’ve read by this author. However, when I saw the pitch for this book, I knew I had to read it. Anytime you promise me a book that reads like a Mira Grant or Stephen Graham Jones novel, I’m there. Continue reading

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