Weird fonts, punk-rock ‘tude, and a few favorite authors saddled with less than favorite covers.
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Action layered upon politics upon history, COLD REIGN is a procedural that doesn’t slow down. Long time fans will enjoy Jane’s ever developing relationships and magic, but even those new to the series will find lots to enjoy in this installment.
With such a well-established series, it is impossible to judge the emotional heft of GENTLEMAN JOLE AND THE RED QUEEN outside the context of its predecessors.
Fantastic covers this week If you’re a blogger interested in joining in on the commenting fun, fill out our Guest Commentator form here! The Unlikeable Demon Hunter (Nava Katz #1) by Deborah Wilde No Author Comment Available. Blood Fury (Black Dagger Legacy #3) by J. R. Ward No Author Comment Available. Awaken the Damned (League of Guardians #3) by Juliana Stone No Author Comment Available. The Monster Hunter Files (Monster Hunter International) Edited by Larry Correia & Jonathan Maberry No Author Comment Available. Midnight Reynolds and the Spectral Transformer by Catherine Holt No Author Comment Available. Immortal Reign (Falling Kingdoms… Read more »
Jane Yolen’s THE EMERALD CIRCUS has a gorgeous layout, but a color scheme that I can’t look directly at without wincing. What cover art element is a deal breaker for you?
It is easy to see that Lexa Hillyer is a poet, as the language in SPINDLE FIRE is as intoxicating and disorienting as the best fairy magic.
Eight covers that span the ridiculous to the sublime this week, enjoy!
SILENCE FALLEN proves that time and again, Mercy Thompson is a delight to tag along with. Even after all these years, Briggs manages to surprise and enthrall with every page.
A few self-pubs made the cut this week, did any of them make it into your Best or Worst?
The Rainbow Toots strike again, smiting the cover of a Thea Harrison book that we’re all so excited to read anyway.