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Review: Servant Mage by Kate Elliot

There are certain authors where I will read whatever they write: no need to read the description or previews. That was the case for Servant Mage. I knew it was written by Kate Elliot, whom I love. I also knew that S.A. Chakraborty highly praised it, and really, those two facts were more than enough to sell me on reading it! Continue reading

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Review: All the Horses of Iceland by Sarah Tolmie

If you love horses, magical tales, or stories stemming from Iceland, then you’ve got to look into All the Horses of Iceland by Sarah Tolmie. Admittedly the title of this story is very on the nose, but that is far from being a bad thing. Continue reading

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Review: Rise of the Mages by Scott Drakeford

I love randomly coming across debut novels and giving them a try. The latest debut novel to come across my desk is Rise of the Mages, by Scott Drakeford. This is a new epic fantasy novel that I’m always on the lookout for (and I know I’m not the only one). Continue reading

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Review: The Way Spring Arrives and Other Stories Anthology

I sincerely believe that The Way Spring Arrives and Other Stories Anthology is the biggest work of love and passion I’ve seen in quite some time. This anthology collects nineteen short stories exploring Chinese science fiction and fantasy. Continue reading

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Review: The Atlas Paradox by Olivie Blake

The Atlas Paradox is the long-awaited second novel to Olivie Blake’s The Atlas series. And let me tell you – I’d been counting the days to this beauty! Once again, I got into this series after Tor picked it up, so I can’t comment on how the first novel read when it was indie published. Continue reading

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Review: A Restless Truth by Freya Marske

A Restless Truth is the second novel in Freya Marske’s The Last Binding series, and I’ve got to say: I am in love. If you’re hoping for a sapphic experience full of mystery, adventure, and more, you’ve got to check out this latest installment. Continue reading

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Review: Book of Night by Holly Black

Book of Night is Holly Black’s adult debut novel. In other words, it’s the first novel of hers that isn’t labeled young adult, and I am here for it. If you love darker fantasy stories, this will be a perfect read. Continue reading

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Review: Lucky Girl by M. Rickert

I love this time of the year! It’s that time of the year when there are a million spooky novels (and novellas) readily available. This year, one of my first spooky reads is Lucky Girl, written by M. Rickert. Continue reading

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Review: Seasonal Fears by Seanan McGuire

Seasonal Fears is the second novel in Seanan McGuire’s Alchemical Journeys series, and once again, I find myself transported to a world full of dangers and delights. If you haven’t checked out this series yet, I highly recommend you do so right away. McGuire has such a way with words. Seriously, I didn’t think it was possible to surpass Middlegame’s brilliance, and yet here we are. Continue reading

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Review: Into the Windwracked Wilds by A. Deborah Baker

Eee! I am SO excited about the latest installment of The Up-and-Under series. The series is a spin-off from the world of Middlegame. As such, it is written by one of Seanan McGuire’s pseudonyms, A. Deborah Baker. Adorably, the latest novella is titled Into the Windwracked Wilds. Continue reading

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