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Review: The Sin in the Steel by Ryan Van Loan

The Sin in the Steel is the first novel in The Fall of the Gods series by Ryan Van Loan. It’s a series that mixes many elements together in order to create something fun and exciting. Pirates, magic, dead gods can all be found. Oh and a Sherlockian twist as well. Continue reading

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Review: The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo

The Empress of Salt and Fortune is the debut novella of Nghi Vo, and that means we’re about to dive into an imaginative and lush world. Described as being a merger of Atwood and classic Asian drama, this is a story that is sure to capture the attention of many a reader. Continue reading

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Review: The Mysterious Study of Doctor Sex by Tamsyn Muir

The Mysterious Study of Doctor Sex is a short story by Tamsyn Muir that fits into the world of The Locked Tomb (the series that created Gideon the Ninth). You can read it for free through Tor.com, and if you’re a fan of the series, it is absolutely worth it. Continue reading

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Review: Repo Virtual by Corey J. White

Repo Virtual is the latest novel to come out of the mind of Corey J. White, and it is a piece of speculative fiction involving augmented realities, heists, and sentient software. Continue reading

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Review: The Unconquered City by K.A. Doore

The Unconquered City is the third and final novel in The Chronicles of Ghadid series, and I am completely shaken up about that fact. I’ve fallen so in love with this world, I’m simply not ready to let go of it. Continue reading

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Review: Network Effect by Martha Wells

Network Effect is our fifth foray into the world of Murderbot – and yet it is the first full-length novel of the series. That being said, new fans could easily jump in at this point, if they so chose to. Though I personally cannot recommend the novellas enough, so do make a point of checking them out. Continue reading

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Review: A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab

What would you say, if I told you that there is more than one London? In the universe that V.E. Schwab has created, that is exactly the case. There are four, to be exact. Though it is not so easy to pass between them. Continue reading

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Review: The Bard’s Blade by Brian D. Anderson

The Bard’s Blade is the first novel in a brand new series by Brian D. Anderson. This series is called The Sorcerer’s Song, and is understandably setting a theme, one of a musical inclination. This is a fantasy series, one that flips tropes and expectations. Continue reading

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Review: Made Things by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Made Things is the latest novel from the mind of Adrian Tchaikovsky. It’s a dark yet whimsical world, full of magic, half-mages, and animated puppets. Yes, you read that last part correctly. And it makes for a delightful read. Continue reading

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Review: If You Take My Meaning by Charlie Jane Anders

If You Take My Meaning is a short story written by Charlie Jane Anders, and is set following the events of The City in the Middle of the Night. So if you’ve found yourself wondering what happened next, this is a short story worth diving into. Continue reading

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