‘A crew of condemned criminals embark on a suicide mission to hunt the first sea dragon seen in centuries’
A magical academy in episode style books? Interesting.
David Mogo, Godhunter is an interesting own voices fantasy novel set in our world, that with a bit of extra attention could have been great.
I am at a loss as to how to rate this book. On the one hand I enjoyed it. On the other hand there were things missing. The missing thing? Worldbuilding.
The Ingenious is an interesting fantasy set in a world with a ‘floating’ city. If that sounds whimsical, the book is not. It is dark and gritty, and it failed to capture me.
The Castle of Nightmares is the second Ewan Pendle book. A book that tells the story of Ewan who figures out who he really is at Firedrake. Where does he fit in?
I got this book about 2 years ago I think and even got it signed at the time but rarely made any time to read it. This sci-fi month I finally sat down for it and finished it in one sitting. I’m glad I finally read it. I enjoyed it, but afterwards I did realize there were some flaws to the whole.
Only Human is the conclusion to The Themis Files by Sylvain Neuvel. A series with an interesting approach to storytelling, through interviews and documents. I thoroughly enjoyed reading the first two, and while I also enjoyed this to a point, in the end it left me feeling a bit meh.
Twice Dead by Caitlin Seal. An okay start to a necromancy series.
Vicious by V.E. Schwab. Can it step away from just the revenge?