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Review: Ragged Alice by Gareth L. Powell

Ragged Alice is a standalone novella by Gareth L. Powell, but don’t let its short length chase you off! This novella was a lot of fun to read, and I actually wish that I had read it sooner. And that it was part of a larger series. Continue reading

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Review: Night of the Mannequins by Stephen Graham Jones

Stephen Graham Jones is one of the most unpredictable horror authors out there – there’s just no telling what he’s going to come up with next. His latest novella, Night of the Mannequins once again brings with it plenty of surprises. Continue reading

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Review: The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue by V.E. Schwab

Has anybody else been eagerly counting down the days until The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue releases? I got my hands on an arc, and I’m still counting down the days! Then again, I did go ahead and order that special OwlCrate edition (couldn’t resist). Continue reading

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Review: The Undefeated by Una McCormack

The Undefeated by Una McCormack is an interesting study on human nature, and the way we process the world around us. This was my first foray into Una McCormack’s writing, but I have to say that I’m impressed with her writing style. Continue reading

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Review: Chasing Starlight by Teri Bailey Black

Chasing Starlight is a novel that blends the aesthetics of Hollywood and mystery into one glorious novel. Written by Teri Bailey Black, this is one of those books that demands attention. Continue reading

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Review: Over the Woodward Wall by A. Deborah Baker

Over the Woodward Wall may be one of those novels that confuses the unaware. You see, it says it is written by A. Deborah Baker, but that is yet another pseudonym for Seanan McGuire. Over the Woodward Wall is a tie in novel to Middlegame. Continue reading

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Review: The Heirs of Locksley by Carrie Vaughn

The Robin Hood Stories by Carrie Vaughn continues in The Heirs of Locksley. This is the tale of Robin Hood and Maid Marian’s children – as well as the children of several other famous characters from that fantastical tale. Continue reading

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Review: The Ghosts of Sherwood by Carrie Vaughn

Carrie Vaughn is at it again, with a brand new series! The Robin Hood Stories kicks off with The Ghosts of Sherwood, and it is everything that fans of the classic tales would love. Especially if they wanted to know where the story continued, that is. Continue reading

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Review: Flyaway by Kathleen Jennings

Flyaway is the latest novel to come from the mind of Kathleen Jennings, and it is a thing of beauty. Having read it, I can now understand all of the hype I’ve been hearing about this novella. Continue reading

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Review: To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini

Can you believe it? Christopher Paolini is back, only this time he isn’t diving back into the world of fantasy! Instead, he’s taking a swing at science fiction. From the moment this book was announced, I knew that it was going to be one epic adventure. Continue reading

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