Mark Lawrence’s new series set in the world of Abeth is another charm. An ice cold one.
I would like to go and live in The Library of the Unwritten yes.
In August I finally picked up Girls of Paper and Fire and gosh I should not have waited this long. There was a lot of hype surrounding this book that made me go back and forth on getting it but once the tiny paperback appeared I had to have it. There are too many points… Continue reading Why You Should Read Girls of Paper and Fire
Magical grimoires, great libraries, fighting books, demons, sorcery. Sorcery of Thorns sounded right up my alley.
Not only does Gods of Jade and Shadow have such a striking cover, it has a very interesting story. It is set in Mexico, during the Jazz age. Our main character Casiopea lives with her mother and family but gets put into the role of cleaning more often than not. She dreams of a life… Continue reading Five Reasons to Pick Up Gods of Jade and Shadow // Blog Blast // Book Review
Monstress, a dark steampunk story set in an alternate Asia
Last year I really enjoyed The Bear and the Nightingale but didn’t quite fall in love with it. Now however I already knew the world and the characters. The Girl in the Tower delivered for me. It was all about the characters.
The Demon Race by Alexandria Warwick, a desert based fantasy standalone.
Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor, in which Lazlo Strange dreams…
The new book by Sally Green, this time a high fantasy. How does that work?