The third installment to the Green Creek series doesn’t feel quite as strong as the previous two.
As I look at some of the reviews for this sequel to Six Crimson Cranes and I realize that a lot of people aren’t quite as charmed with it as I was. That might be because I read this pretty close together and I didn’t have to wait like some people. And perhaps because my expectations were different.
For the Wolf initially seems to be a red riding hood fairytale, even more so hinted at by the cover. Yet as we continue the story it feels more like a Beaty and the Beast retelling.
City of Dusk is Tara Sims first venture into Adult Fantasy.
Not quite a fantasy.
Gallant was an interesting story of Olivia.
Fonda Lee has written an absolute gem of a fantasy series that will withstand the test of time for sure because it continues to bring the themes forward that we are drawn to. Family, Loyalty, Change, Faith, Collonialism. But also being able to be your own person in a family that stands so tall and proud for its values and history.
Goddess in the Machine stands out by its nuanced humor, its characters and plotting.
Thank you to TorDotCom and Netgalley for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: Hard Reboot by Django Wexler Release Date: May 25th 2021 Tags: Adult | Sci-Fi | Old Earth | Novella | Big Robots | Mecha | Mecha Fights | LGBTQ+ |… Continue reading Hard Reboot | ARC Review
Thank you to Hodder & Stoughton and Netgalley for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: In the Ravenous Dark by A.M. Strickland Release Date: May 10th 2021Tags: Fantasy | Young Adult | Standalone | Bloodmage | Soul Bond | Undead spirits |… Continue reading In the Ravenous Dark | ARC Review