Here are my picks for what you must read in February 2017: 1. Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman - February 7th 2017 by Bloomsbury Publishing Goodreads ||...
No really. They do! But in a world where women are encouraged to use their initials so they can hide their gender when publishing science fiction, you might...
The Pale Dreamer gives us a glimpse of Paige's life before we met her in The Bone Season, taking us on an adventure through London after some poltergeists....
It's taken me a long time to gather the courage to read Winter, mostly because I was terrified I wouldn't enjoy the finale of The Lunar Chronicles (I mean, 4...
I loved Thorne. This story world has grown on me and I’ve come to respect McConaghy’s storytelling. I love her characters and her prose, and am looking forward to reading Isadora in August.
Waer by Meg Caddy is an accomplished début that takes readers into a fantasy land where legends roam alongside humans and werewolves. A rarity of its kind – a standalone – Waer is an great example of a well-crafted YA fantasy.
Coming to the end of any series is a bittersweet experience, but reading A Tangle of Gold – the concluding volume in the spellbinding The Colours of Madeleine series – was especially emotional for me. It’s hard to believe that my adventure with Madeleine and Elliot, and my time in Cello and Cambridge, is over.
I really enjoyed The Sin Eater’s Daughter! It combines a few refreshingly unique concepts with a cool fantasy world and some interesting characters. It has its flaws, but I could overlook them because of its conceptual brilliance and lush storytelling.
The lovely L. A. Weatherly hops by to celebrate the release of her novel, Broken Sky.
Is there more? There’s more right? There are at least … fifteen sounds like a reasonable number … novels planned in this world, right. Right!?
An eerie tale of ghosts, hauntings and gate-keepers, Afterlight is a gorgeous work of magical realism set in the sinister alleyways of Melbourne.
I enjoyed Broken Sky, the first book in The Broken Trilogy from the very first page. Something about it just grabbed me. The setting and the concepts it explored were interesting, and the protagonist was awesome.
Night Study, the fifth instalment in the Study series, and second in the Soulfinders series, is everything we’ve come to expect from Snyder. Exciting, action packed, full of twist and turns that will keep you guessing, this book will leave you desperate for more.
To celebrate the release of The Bloody Quarrel, the second in Duncan Lay’s The Arbalester Trilogy, I have the author stopping by to speak about the magic of Star Wars and the importance of interesting and deep characters.