The Wysman is the sequel to the Windreader but can also be read as a standalone.
Bone Silence, the final installment to the Revenger trilogy is here. Does it answer the questions the Ness sisters and I have?
Grey Sister, the sequel to Red Sister, is a worthy sequel!
Let me give you 4 reasons to pick up A Thousand Perfect Notes by C.G. Drews
Shadow of the Fox is now my favorite Kagawa book.
White Stag left me feeling a little mixed overal. There were certainly a lot of elements that I enjoyed but there were others that were a bit too much for me overall. Even so I think it is a solid read overall.
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.
There were various reasons that got me excited about this anthology, not the least of all the female voices that told the stories. Was this anthology all I wanted it to be? Probably not. But that doesn’t change the fact that this is still a good anthology that will hit home with a lot of… Continue reading Four Reasons to Pick Up Toil & Trouble
Book: The Beast is an Animal by Peternelle van Arsdale Release Date: March 7th 2017 Tags: Fantasy / Paranormal / Standalone / Young Adult / Atmosphere / Welsh Inspired / Village / Instalove Trigger Warnings: Death / Physical Abuse / Emotional Abuse / Child Labour / Miscarriages / Religious Themes that could be seen as… Continue reading Book Review – The Beast is an Animal
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. Book: How to Fracture a Fairytale by Jane Yolen Release Date: November 5th 2018 Tags: Fantasy / Collection / Short Stories / Poetry / Retellings / Fairytale / Mythology / Jewish Characters Trigger Warnings:Concentration Camps / Rape /… Continue reading Book Review – How to Fracture a Fairytale