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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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Review: Comfort Me With Apples by Catherynne M. Valente

before. It’s a horror with fantasy elements…or is it a fantasy with horror elements? Either way, this world has pulled heavily from both genres – with chilling effects. Continue reading

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Review: Nettle & Bone by T. Kingfisher

Nettle & Bone is the first novel I’ve read by T. Kingfisher – but I can tell you right now that I’m adding every other book of hers to my TBR list. I loved this one so much. Please make the time to read Nettle & Bone; you won’t regret it! Continue reading

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Review: The Freedom Race by Lucinda Roy

The Freedom Race is the first novel in Lucinda Roy’s The Dreambird Chronicles series, and it is a series like no other. It blends science fiction fantasy with dystopian elements, and it does so flawlessly. Better yet, it has a poignant message written into the narrative, which makes it all the more powerful in my book. Continue reading

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Review: A Marvellous Light by Freya Marske

Freya Marske’s latest novel, A Marvellous Light, is a blindingly brilliant read, one that swept me off my feet and had me begging for more. It’s a little bit of everything – historical fiction, romance, fantasy, LGBT+, all with a dash of intrigue and mystery. Continue reading

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Review: Nothing But Blackened Teeth by Cassandra Khaw

I knew from the moment I heard Cassandra Khaw’s latest novel announcement that I was going to have to read it. Nothing But Blackened Teeth is a horror novel with paranormal elements and is part of the Nightfire line. Continue reading

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Review: Flowers for the Sea by Zin E. Rocklyn

E. Butler, with a Rosemary’s Baby flare. That was certainly enough to have caught my attention (Plus that cover? Chef’s kiss!) Continue reading

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Review: Or What You Will by Jo Walton

Like many readers out there, I have a massive backlog of books that I’m desperately trying to read through. Among that list would be everything written by Jo Walton. Naturally, that means I had to make time to read Or What You Will. Continue reading

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Review: When the Sparrow Falls by Neil Sharpson

Looking for a new dystopian science fiction novel to dive into? Check out Neil Sharpson’s When the Sparrow Falls Continue reading

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Review: The Scholars of Night by John M. Ford

Don’t you just love it when a book gets reprinted? I know I do. It gives me a chance to notice books that I missed the first time around. In this instance, the book in question is actually older than I am, which is always pretty cool. The Scholars of Night by John M. Ford is getting republished by Tor Books and is perfect for all the mystery fans in the house. Continue reading

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