Tag Archives: Tor Publishing

Review: Neptune by Ben Bova

Neptune is the twenty-fifth (yes, you read that right!) novel in Ben Bova’s The Grand Tour series. For the sake of honesty, I have to confess that I have not read the rest of this series. However, I was too curious to pass up the opportunity to give it a try regardless! Continue reading

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Review: Battle of the Linguist Mages by Scotto Moore

Ready Player One meets fantasy in Scotto Moore’s Battle of the Linguist Mages. So if you loved the vibes of that novel, but wanted to see it taken in a slightly different direction, then I would seriously consider checking this one out. Continue reading

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Review: The Justice in Revenge by Ryan Van Loan

The Justice in Revenge is the second (and final) novel in Ryan Van Loan’s The Fall of the Gods series. It’s also a novel that I’ve been really looking forward to, as I adored The Sin in the Steel. Continue reading

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Review: All of Us Villains by Amanda Foody and Christine Lynn Herman

It’s here! The novel we have all been waiting for (read: the novel that I have been waiting for!). Amanda Foody and Christine Lynn Herman have teamed up to create a new fantasy series for fans, and it all starts with All of Us Villains. Continue reading

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Review: Where the Drowned Girls Go by Seanan McGuire

Where the Drowned Girls Go is the seventh novella in Seanan McGuire’s Wayward Children series. This series is one of my all-time favorites, so obviously, I’m going to be a little biased here. However, I would strongly recommend all fantasy readers to consider giving this series a try. Continue reading

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Review: Star Eater by Kerstin Hall

Kerstin Hall is back with a novel like no other. Star Eater promises to find a way to merge science fiction, horror, nuns, and cannibalism. Yes, you read that right. Continue reading

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Review: Immunity Index by Sue Burke

Sue Burke’s latest novel is one that may feel all too familiar to many readers – as a contagion threatens the country. Immunity Index is one part science fiction and one part dystopian, and its timing is so very eerie. At least, to me. Continue reading

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Review: The Future of Work: Compulsory by Martha Wells

The Future of Work: Compulsory was originally published in Wired.com magazine and tells readers of a time before Murderbot was free. Well, no, that’s not right. By this point, Murderbot had already hacked their governor module. They were just continuing to do the job they were programmed for. Continue reading

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Review: I Come with Knives by S.A. Hunt

I Come with Knives is the second novel in S.A. Hunt’s Malus Comestica series, and it is seriously not one to miss out on, especially for fans of paranormal horror. Continue reading

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Review: First, Become Ashes by K.M. Szpara

K.M. Szpara, the author of Docile, is back again with a new novel: First, Become Ashes. It’s another LGBT adventure that will almost certainly divide readers into two distinct groups. Continue reading

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