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Review: Magic Tides by Ilona Andrews

Holy cats. Magic Tides is the Kate Daniels novella I never knew I needed. Having read it, I honestly don’t know how I survived all the years without it. Reading this made me realize how much I miss this world. Clearly (another) read-through of the series is in order. Continue reading

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Review: The Golden Enclaves by Naomi Novik

Wow. I can’t believe the end (of the series) is already here. It’s time to say goodbye to The Scholomance. The Golden Enclaves is the third and final novel in Naomi Novik’s series, and I have been dying to see where things go after that wicked cliffhanger from The Last Graduate. Continue reading

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Review: The Book Eaters by Sunyi Dean

Almost every reader has used the phrase “I devoured this book.” For most, this term means that we loved the book so much that we read it in one (or two) sittings. But The Book Eaters is about to put a whole new spin on that notion. Continue reading

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Review: All of Our Demise by Amanda Foody and Christine Lynn Herman

Ohh! It’s here! Time to finally see how the All of Us Villains series comes to an end. I know it’s only been a year – but it feels like I’ve been waiting for ages to see how this all wraps up. Written by the duo Amanda Foody and Christine Lynn Herman, All of Our Demise portrays a dark tournament of magic, sacrifice, and the highest costs. Continue reading

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Review: Ruby Fever by Ilona Andrews

Pardon me as I squeal. I can’t believe it’s time for the sixth novel in the Hidden Legacy series! For those new to the world, Ruby Fever is the sixth novel of the series but the third novel following Catalina Baylor. 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: Wayward Souls by Devon Monk

Wayward Souls is the first novel in a new series (Souls of the Road) by Devon Monk – one of my favorite urban fantasy authors. The second I saw this book, it immediately got added to my TBR pile, though I’m ashamed to admit that it took me this long to get around to reading it. Continue reading

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Review: Cursed Luck by Kelly Armstrong

Fans of Kelly Armstrong rejoice! Cursed Luck is the first novel in a series by the same name, and yes, I am very late to joining this party. The second novel will be out soon (and likely will be out by the time I post this review), and I cannot wait! Continue reading

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Review: Come True by Brindi Quinn

Pardon me as I squeal and run around the room a few times. Brindi Quinn is my favorite indie author (perhaps ever), so every new release gets me super excited. Her latest novel, Come True: A Bomb-Ass Genie Romance, immediately sounded like it would be another fantastic addition to her catalog. And, of course, the cover is fantastic. Continue reading

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Review: Spelunking Through Hell by Seanan McGuire

You know how sometimes you don’t realize how much you needed something until it was sitting right in your lap? That is what happened to me with Spelunking Through Hell. I never realized how badly I needed to read a novel from Alice Price’s perspective, but thankfully that’s no longer a concern. Continue reading

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