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
Silver in the Wood is a dark fairytale and atmospheric novella.
Thank you to Jenetta Penner for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: Shadow Pack (Spellcaster Academy 4) by Jenetta Penner Release Date: October 30th 2019 Tags: Fantasy / Novella / Young Adult / Magical Academy / Shapeshifters Other books in this series I… Continue reading Shadow Pack / Spellcaster Academy Episode 4 // Book Review
Another strong, this time more science based story by Becky Chambers in To Be Taught, If Fortunate
Pages counts are calculated based on aprox. 250 words a page. Especially that last one cut off at 180 pages is iffy at best. Some novella’s are over 200 pages. But this is just meant as a guideline. Title: The Girl Who Ruled Fairyland – For a Little While (Fairyland 0.5) by Catherynne M. Valente… Continue reading Short Stacks #3 // From Fairyland to Depression
On occasion I pick up some short stories and novella’s by Dutch authors. Some of these you will know as they are known internationally and others are only known here. I also read a bunch of these as I receive them free during book weeks when I purchase a book. However I don’t often like… Continue reading Short Stacks #2 // Dutch Edition // From Fairytales to a…Violent Child?
A magical academy in episode style books? Interesting.
Not just the synopsis of Warp Gate Concerto was out there, the actual story was way out there. But I think that is fitting for a sci-fi novella. Science-fiction should be a little out there.
The Black Tides of Heaven is the first novella in a collection of novella’s called the Tensorate. I’ve been curious about this for quite some while because it sounded like it was going to be very different. And it was. It couldn’t quite pull me in entirely but I have high hopes for its sequel.
I recently read Three Dark Crowns and the bind-up of its two novella’s and they have left me somewhat conflicted.