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Review: Prosper’s Demon by K.J. Parker

Prosper’s Demon is the latest novella from the mind of K.J. Parker, and it is a beautifully twisted mess of horror and superstition. This is a world in which demons and a select few mortals face off, again and again. Continue reading

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Review: Riot Baby by Tochi Onyebuchi

Fans of Tochi Onyebuchi have been talking about their latest novella for months, and with good reason. Riot Baby is one of those novellas that will cut to the quick and stick with your mind and heart. This is a passionate tale of family, loss, and human nature. One could argue that this novella is also one part dystopian portraiture of modern events. Continue reading

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Review: Come Tumbling Down by Seanan McGuire

Come Tumbling Down is the fifth novella in Seanan McGuire’s beloved Wayward Children series. If you haven’t given this series a try, I cannot list all of the reasons why it is worth reading. It’s without a doubt one of my top series, and I sincerely can’t get enough of it. Continue reading

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Review: Ormeshadow by Priya Sharma

Ormeshadow is the latest novel from the mind of Priya Sharma, and once again readers will find themselves transported to a fantastical world. This novella is a blend of coming of age storytelling, and magical lore. It’s beautiful, powerful, and just ever so slightly dark. Continue reading

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Review: Stone Clock by Andrew Bannister

Stone Clock is the third and final novel in Andrew Bannister’s The Spin series. And it is a novel that packs one heck of a punch. The series is a prime example of Space Opera, full of fascinating characters and dynamic plots. And it’s one that’s going to stick with me for quite some time. Continue reading

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Review: The Killing Light by Myke Cole

The Killing Light is the third and final novel in Myke Cole’s Sacred Throne Trilogy. And as such, that means that there’s a lot that needs to be done within the pages. Heloise’s tale has been both thrilling and terrifying. And it’ll be bittersweet to see it come to an end. Continue reading

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Review: The Monster of Elendhaven by Jennifer Giesbrecht

The Monster of Elendhaven is the debut novel of Jennifer Giesbrecht, and it will blow you away. It’s a dark fantasy novel, with plenty of thrills, violence, and LGBT love to go around. The tone is a bit chilling – which makes for the perfect Autumn read. 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: Gideon the Ninth (The Ninth House #1) by Tamsyn Muir

Gideon the Ninth is the first novel in the Ninth House series by Tamsyn Muir, and it is arguably one of the most talked about novels of the year. At least, it sure has been filling up my twitter feed. Continue reading

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Review: Turning Darkness Into Light by Marie Brennan

Turning Darkness Into Light is the latest novel from Marie Brennan, and it’s set in the world of her other novel, Memoirs of Lady Trent. That being said, you honestly don’t have to have read the other one first in order to understand what is happening. I didn’t and was fine. Though I’m sure I missed out on plenty of references that fans would have loved. Continue reading

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