Romeo and Juliet has never been my favorite. It’s like teenage angst at its best, something which I’m not generally a fan of. BRIGHT SMOKE, COLD FIRE at least didn’t have nearly as much angst as Romeo and Juliet, but it also wasn’t an amazing story either. Hodge seemed to bite off a little more than she could chew, and the result was a scatterbrained story with zombies, magic, and tons of weird stuff going on.
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We’re excited to be able to present this exclusive audio clip from Laurell K. Hamilton’s CRIMSON DEATH, which was released today! Enjoy! Exclusive Audio Clip Crimson Death by Laurell K. Hamilton Available on October 11, 2016 by Berkley Description: In her twenty-fifth adventure, vampire hunter and necromancer Anita Blake learns that evil is in the eye of the beholder… Anita has never seen Damian, her vampire servant, in such a state. The rising sun doesn’t usher in the peaceful death that he desperately needs. Instead, he’s being bombarded with violent nightmares and blood sweats. And now, with Damian at his… Read more »
A big welcome to Jodi McIsaac who is here to telling us about Weaving History and Fantasy and celebrating the release of Bury the Living, The Revolutionary #1 (published on September 6, 2016 by 47North). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget below. Weaving History and Fantasy by Jodi McIsaac Writing historical fantasy requires a fine balance between the factual and the fantastical—which is what makes it such a delightful challenge. In the Revolutionary series, of which Bury the Living is the first installment, a former IRA fighter from Belfast travels back in time to try to change the course of Irish… Read more »
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I love fairy tale retellings, and the Snow Queen isn’t a tale you see retold often (not like Beauty and the Beast…) so I was super intrigued by STEALING SNOW. While it had it’s good points, it was unfortunately a little disjointed and seemed to be trying a little too hard at times.
A big welcome to Alex Bledsoe who is here to telling us about the creation of the Tufa and celebrating the release of Chapel of Ease, A Novel of the Tufa #4 (published on September 6, 2016 by Tor).
A SHADOW BRIGHT AND BURNING was one of my most anticipated books of the fall. I’ve been looking forward to it since March. So you can imagine how happy I was that it lived up to my high expectations. Honestly, this book just killed me. There were moments that were like a kick to the stomach. There were moments where I was so happy for Henrietta. It was an up and down rollercoaster of emotions that I loved every second of.
On Wednesday, the last episode of season 2 of Serial Box’s Bookburners serial was published! This makes it the perfect time to binge read the whole season! With thirteen episodes available on e-book and audiobook, it’s a perfect weekend activity, whether you like to read or listen to your books. I’ll be honest, I’m only on episode six of season two right now, but one of the storylines is about a bunch of techno-cultists. Serial Box has made a playlist for us – “If you were a techno-cultist trying to take over the world…this is the playlist for you.” You can find… Read more »
A big welcome to Megan Morgan who is here counting down her Top 10 Favorite Ghost Stories and celebrating the release of The Burning City, Siren Song #3 (published on July 5, 2016 by Lyrical Press). Want to win a copy? Enter via the widget!
CITY OF WOLVES is an enjoyable novella. I loved the main character, the sense of humor, and the world building, but I felt there were some aspects that were unnecessary and distracting, something which is all the more obvious in a novella length piece, where every word counts.