Fellion is a lamplighter and an indentured servant mage just for having the misforture of having had parents who did the right thing and were hanged for it. As a servant mage she is required to do servant tasks throughout the day like cleaning. At night she has to light the lamps. And for that reason a group of rebels kidnap her and give her, her freedom. If she will help them rescue some trapped compatriots from the mines.
Thank you to Laura Hatch Rupper and Covenant Communications for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: Nora and the Sacred Stones by Laura Hatch Rupper Release Date: June 1st 2021Tags: Fantasy | Middle Grade | Young Adult | Novella | Magic | Family… Continue reading Nora and the Sacred Stones | ARC Review
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
Brambles is the prequel to Thorn by Intisar Khanani!
Over the years my interest in novella’s has grown quite a bit. I certainly haven’t hidden this from you guys I like to think. I have reviewed various novella’s and I have been doing Short Stacks for a year now. Which I haven’t published a new one in because I have been publishing full reviews… Continue reading Why I Have Been So Taken with Novella (Series)
While the start of this book and the synopsis might indicate a book that focuses on bandit fantasy, the title is more true to the essence of the book.
Thank you to Tor and Netgalley for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway! Book: Drowned Country (Greenhollow Duology 2) by Emily Tesh Release Date: June 16th 2020 Tags: Fantasy / Novella / Man in the Wood / Magic / Faeries / Family / LGBTQ+… Continue reading Drowned Country | #WyrdandWonder | Book Review
Come Tumbling Down is already the fifth installment to the Wayward Children novella series and I hope it never ends. It is such a delicious little series to set your teeth into and I enjoy the set up.
For this first Short Stacks in 2020 I am sharing some of the novella’s I read last year. All of these are diverse in various ways. Either the authors are POC, the characters are POC or there is LGBTQ+ content. And some have it all. Title: The Lamb Will Slaughter the Lion (Danielle Cain 1)… Continue reading Short Stacks #7 – Diverse Reads
We are getting awfully close to Christmas and I think that means that it is as good as any time to look at some classic novella’s I’ve read over the last few years. And because of the time of year of course two of those are Christmas related. Title: Animal Farm by George Orwell… Continue reading Short Stacks #6 // Classic Edition // From Animals Taking Over to Christmas Ghosts