If you’re a blogger interested in joining in on the commenting fun, fill out our Guest Commentator form here! Bengal’s Quest (Breeds #30) by Lora Leigh No Author Comment Available. Viper Game (GhostWalkers #11) by Christine Feehan No Author Comment Available. Ghost Killer (Ghost Seer #3) by Robin D. Owens No Author Comment Available. Panther […]
A big welcome to Max Gladstone who is here answering a few of our questions and celebrating the release of Full Fathom Five, Craft Sequence #3 (published on July 15, 2014 by Tor Books). Interview with Max Gladstone by Max Gladstone All Things Urban Fantasy: The Urban Fantasy genre is no stranger to mixing magic with familiar parts of […]
Sometimes a book series can go stale, especially after a huge arc ends and the characters are left with not much to do. Luckily POISON PROMISE shows that the Elemental Assassin series is still going strong after eleven books. When the story starts Gin is given only a small break from fighting a big bad or being beaten to near death which I’ve come to expect to happen at least once in each
SUMMONED CHAOS bears similarities to other books like The Dresden Files series with rogue wizards battling evil with a can-do attitude and badass fighting skills. While following in the shadows of great wizards like Harry Dresden can be tough and make the storyline feel redundant or boring, Marcus Shifter makes his own footprint in the urban fantasy genre.B eyond his ability
BEVERLY HILLS DEMON SLAYER is a fun book with some wacky dialogue, wonky magic, and weird creatures. This was yet another series that I am starting six books in but luckily it can be read as a standalone. The plot is pretty straightforward and even at its darkest moments it is able to keep things pretty light with a witty comment or two.
When you read as much as I do, you come to understand pretty quickly that some authors get it, some try, and some give it a shot but don’t really care if they hit the mark or not. VEILED TARGET, I’m pleased to say, is one of the first ones. Alpha males, shifters, badass humans, all mix together in a great story that was very hard to put down.
Familiar characters, shapeshifter romance gone awry, and textile semantics that can ruin a whole cover, this week’s new reveals have it all! If you’re a blogger interested in joining in on the commenting fun, fill out our Guest Commentator form here! Dark Debt (Chicagoland Vampires #11) by Chloe Neill No Author Comment Available. The Danger […]
In THE FIRE WISH, Amber Lough takes her readers to a magical Baghdad where humans and jinn are at war. Two girls from opposite sides of the conflict find themselves caught in the middle when the human Zayele forces a wish from Najwa the jinni in order to escape an arranged marriage. The novel starts out of the gate strong with wonderful detail and engaging characters in a non-Western setting, but about three-quarters of the way through, the pace shifts as though in a hurry to reach the ending, a haste which is especially odd when the book then comes to an abrupt stop.
A big welcome to Kelly Meade who is here to answer a few of our questions and to celebrate the release of Black Rook, Cornerstone Run #1 (published on July 15, 2014 by Intermix). Want to win Cornerstone Run goodie basket? Enter via the widget below. All Things Urban Fantasy: Before I get into the book-oriented questions, I was […]
As thrilling as stepping through the wardrobe into Narnia, Dellamonica’s CHILD OF A HIDDEN SEA marries our modern world to to it’s exotic, magical alter-ego.